Morningside lost 2-1 in overtime against Doane to finish the men’s soccer season with a record of 10-7-1.

Tom Karshuening

Morningside held a one-goal lead with 10 minutes remaining before Doane rallied for a 2-1 overtime victory in Thursday’s GPAC Men’s Soccer Tournament Quarterfinals in Crete, Neb.

The Tigers’ Connor Williams tied the score at 1-1 with 9:17 left in regulation time and Williams scored again just 1:16 into the overtime period to send the Tigers into a semifinal round matchup with 19th-ranked Hastings College.

Morningside finished the season with a 10-7-1 record with a freshman dominated lineup. The Mustangs posted their first winning season since a 12-7-1 finish in 2009.

Doane outshot the Mustangs by a 12-4 margin in the first half, but seven saves by Mustang goal keeper Tim Erdmann enabled the Mustangs to go into the intermission in a scoreless tie.

Morningside took a 1-0 lead less than five minutes into the second half when Tom Karshuening scored off a free kick at the 49:30 mark for his team-high eighth goal of the season.

Doane outshot the Mustangs by a 21-9 margin.

Erdmann finished with 10 saves, while Casey Clark had three saves for Doane.

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