At first glance the scoreline of yesterday's 3:2 loss to the University of Montevallo would tell you that UAH has finally broken through their scoring funk, but the circumstance of the UAH goals indicate that assumption is not necessarily true. As UAH were outshot 24-6 (10-4 on goal) by the 13th ranked Falcons, the Chargers are clearly still searching for answers in the attacking third.
Montevallo's Stephen Beatty opened the game with poacher's goal, cleaning up a rebound from a Tyler Early save. UAH then ended its goal drought from an unexpected source. A Falcon defender sent a looping backpass over his keeper's head and into the net for an own goal, UAH's first goal of the season after 279 scoreless minutes.
Five minutes after the halftime break, the Charger's took their first lead of the season when sophomore forward Tony Stock converted from the penalty spot. Eight minutes later, Beatty scored his second of the match to level the score. The score remained locked at twos until the second overtime when Vance Curro pounced on a bounding ball in the penalty area and stroked home the winner. It is the second straight double overtime loss for UAH in what has become a frustrating early season run.