Tiffin takes on Ohio Dominican and Cedarville as GMAC action continues at home for the Dragons.
Three different trends stand out about all three teams. For the Dragons, they have won 5 of their last 6 contests. Their only loss in that stretch is to 6th ranked Lake Erie on the road 2-0. They have wins against Findlay 2-0, Trevecca Nazarene twice 3-1 and 6-0, and Kentucky Wesleyan 8-0 in a game that saw the Dragons score the second highest goal total in 16 years.
Ohio Dominican, meanwhile, has dropped four of their last five. They have lost to Walsh 3-1, Kentucky Wesleyan 3-2, Alderson Broaddus 3-1, and Ohio Valley 3-2. Their lone win came against the Trojans 3-2.
Cedarville has continued to do what it has done most of the year - battle to a draw. The Yellow Jackets have as many draws as wins, and have more ties in GMAC play than victories. They are 2-1-2 over their last five. Their lone loss came to Lake Erie 2-1, but they have draws against Trevecca Nazarene 1-1 and Ohio Valley 1-1. Their wins came against Kentucky Wesleyan 3-0 and the Battlers 3-0.
For the Panthers, Jaxson Szabo leads the GMAC with 7 goals, while River Allbaugh is second in assists with 4. Khalif Hassan also has 4 goals, while Ian Crook is in the nets but near the bottom of the GMAC in GAA at 1.93.
Cedarville offers a varied attack, with Mauricio Ochoa Vazquez leading with 5 goals while Gui Fernandes has 4 goals and 2 assists. Pedro Alvares has 2 goals and 4 assists, while Sammy Killmann has 3 goals. Carter Selvius is also one of the top goalkeepers in the GMAC with a 0.57 GAA and 38 saves.
For Tiffin, the offensive onslaught against the Trojans and KWC last week bumped them up to 2nd in the GMAC in goals with 23 and points with 66. Leo Hasenstab continues to lead with 6 goals and an assist, while Darren Appanah now has 5 goals and 2 assists. Eduardo Carvalho has 3 goals and 3 assists, and Joel Daly has 2 goals and 2 assists. Dylan Morris continues to benefit from the stellar defensive in front of him, posting a 0.31 GAA with 25 saves.