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September 3, 2021 | 19.00
Columbus, Ohio – Memphis ended their game on Sunday afternoon at the Walstein Classic in Columbus, Ohio, with a one-on-one tie against Dayton after two overtimes.
The Tigers (0-1-1) fell 3-2 against Ohio State University in another classic season opening game on Friday night. Dayton is 1-0-1 this year.
- Toby McCallum Put Memphis from plate to board in 36 minutes Zion chariot driver..
- The Tigers took a 1-0 lead in the half, but Dayton drew Game 1 in 50 minutes.
- Emmanuel Santos In the 106th minute it looked good, but was saved by the flyer keeper.
- The target was McCallum’s first time as a Tiger after spending the 2021 season in Coastal Carolina. So he helped Shanti Clears compete in the NCAA tournament.
- Memphis had an 18-17 shot lead over the Flyers in the game. This includes the next 45 minutes of 10-7 advantage.
- The Tigers continued to put pressure on them and kicked the 12th corner of the game.
- Peter Chan He fired four shots at Memphis, two of which scored goals.
- The Tigers will travel to St. Louis (September 6th), UAB (September 11th) and Central Arkansas (September 14th) to complete their non-conference campaign.
- The opening round of the Home and American Athletic Conference will meet the UCF on Saturday, September 18 at 7:00 p.m.
Tigers draw Dayton in Columbus
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