Butler did it: Bulldogs soccer teams beat Michigan men, EMU women
Before Friday night’s game at the U-M Soccer Complex, former Michigan assistant coach Paul Snape received his 2010 College Cup Final Four ring.
Then Snape watched his new team, Butler, beat the Wolverines in dramatic fashion.
Butler scored twice in the first eight minutes of the second half and handed Michigan a 2-1 loss in its home opener Friday night.
Butler’s Austin Oldham tied it just 46 seconds into the second half and Adekunle Oluyedun scored the game winner four minutes later. (Boxscore)
"This was a great win for our players. Michigan came out flying and we had to make some changes," Snape told ButlerSports.com. "I told the players at halftime that they have to believe in each other, and they came out and played a terrific half."
WOMEN’S SOCCER Michigan 1, UC-Riverside 0: Clare Stachel's penalty kick in the 69th minute was the game-winner for the Wolverines. (Details)
Butler 2, Eastern Michigan 1: Butler’s Jackie Hafele headed in a corner kick in the final minute of play at EMU’s Scicluna Field. Freshman Emily Dzik scored her first goal for the 0-3-1 Eagles. (Details)
VOLLEYBALL Michigan 3, Utah Valley 0: The No. 24-ranked Wolverines had 19 aces, one shy of a team record, in the opening round of the La Quinta Inn & Suites Invitational. (Details)
MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Toledo Rocket Open: Eastern Michigan’s Terefe Ejigu won the season-opening race and the Eagles won the team title with four runners in the top 10. (Details)
WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Toledo Rocket Open: Eastern Michigan finished second as a team and Eagles’ junior Morgan Churchwell won individual honors. (Details)