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September 19, 1998

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Wake Forest freshman Chris Lonteen scored two goals to lead the Demon Deacons to a 2-2 tie with 4th-ranked Virginia before a Spry Stadium record crowd of 2,917 on Saturday night. With the tie, Wake Forest’s record now stands at 4-1-1, 0-0-1 in the ACC, while Virginia remains undefeated with a 4-0-2 overall mark, 1-0-1 in league play.

The Cavaliers jumped on the scoreboard first at the 11:14 mark when Ryan Trout scored from 22 yard out off a pass from Matt Chulis. Wake Forest tied the score when Lonteen scored from five yards out off passes from Brock Hilpert and Chad Evans at the 20:36 mark. The Demon Deacons jumped out to a 2-1 lead in the second half at 49:37 when Lonteen found the back of the net after a shot from Kyle Bachmeier rebounded off the post.

Virginia’s Steve Totten provided the equalizer with just 3:24 remaining in regulation, scoring an unassisted goal from seven yards out. The two teams played 30 minutes of scoreless overtime and the game was declared a draw.

The match was even throughout, with Wake Forest taking 22 shots to Virginia’s 17. Wake goalkeeper Sean Connor made five saves on the evening while the Virginia goalkeeping tandem of Mike Forensich and Brock Yetso made seven saves.

Wake Forest returns to action on Friday, Sept. 25, when they face Portland in the first round of the Nike/Husky Classic in Seattle, Wash.


              1  2 OT1 OT2  - FVirginia      1  1   0   0  - 2Wake Forest   1  1   0   0  - 2

Scoring (time elapsed): UVA Ryan Trout (Matt Chulis), 11:14; WF Chris Lanteen (Brock Hilpert, Chad Evans), 20:36; WF Lanteen, 49:37; UVA Steve Totten, 86:36. Shots: UVA 17, WF 22. Corner Kicks: UVA 5, WF 11. Saves: UVA Mike Forensich 2, Brock Yetso 5; WF Sean Conner 5. Fouls: UVA 25, WF 19. Offside: UVA 3, WF 2. Yellow Cards: WF Trent Lind (63:19) UVA Chris Albright (101:50). Attendance: 2,917.

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