Score: West Texas A&M 1, Lubbock Christian 0 2OT
Records: Lubbock Christian (4-10-1, 3-7-1), West Texas A&M (11-3-1, 8-2-1)
Location: LCU Soccer Field, in Lubbock, Texas
• LCU goalkeeper Fernando Rios made a career high 12 saves in the double overtime loss, matching the program's single game record.
• Cedric Omoregie and Erwin Regules co-led LCU with two shots. Omoregie and Mickey Brunton had the only shots on goal for LCU, who were out-shot 28-8 (13-2 on goal)
• LCU suffered their first double overtime loss since Oct. 26, 2010 (at home to Oklahoma City).
HOW IT HAPPENED
• Ivan Ulloa set up Rafael Vasconcellos for the game's only goal 3:25 into the second overtime frame. The goal was Vasconcello's third goal of the season.
• LCU was out-shot 28-8 in the game and went a span of 95:23 between their shot on goal by Omoregie and their shot on goal by Brunton.
• Patrick Satorie collected his ninth shutout of the season. WT now has back-to-back shutout wins and they have shutout their opponents five times over a six-game span.
• LCU suffered a shutout, marking the fifth time they have been shutout this season. All-time, it was the 29th time they have been shutout and the 15th time at home. The five shutouts in a season sets a program single-season mark.
• The double overtime loss places LCU with an all-time overall record of 8-3-13 in games ending in overtime. It is LCU's first overtime loss under Paul Gilbert and their last overtime loss since a 2-1 overtime loss at home to Texas Permian Basin Sept. 25, 2015. All three overtime losses in program history have come at home and all have been in conference play.
• The Chaps 10th loss extends their single-season program mark on losses.
• Fernando Rios's 12 saves matched a program record held by Alistair Caldwell, who had 12 saves on Sept. 11, 2010 at Texas Wesleyan. Rio's mark is a high at home. The 12 saves was also matched a team single-game high, matching that Sept. 11, 2010 date.
• The Chaps are now 20-15-1 all-time in Heartland Conference contests and 8-8-1 all-time in Heartland Conference home games.
• With LCU going scoreless, their streak of consecutive games with a goal ended at seven games.
• WT sweeps the season divisional series (2-0-0) and LCU now trails the all-time series with a 2-3-0 mark.
• The Chaps move to 2-2-1 at home this season and are now 28-17-8 all-time at home overall.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
0 – With a 0-3-0 record in West Division play of the Heartland Conference, LCU is the only conference team without a standing point in divisional play. They are seven points back of WT and Texas-Permian Basin with nine points still at stake.
Lubbock Christian (4-10-1, 3-7-1) remains home Saturday to host Eastern New Mexico for a Heartland Conference West Division contest at 3 p.m.