INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --- The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men's soccer standings remain in a tight battle as the conference schedule begins this weekend.
Rose-Hulman jumped to the top of the conference standings despite losing two games last week. The Fightin' Engineers a took a 3-2 overtime loss to DePauw before being defeated 2-0 by Ohio Northern.
Anderson University fell to a close second in the league standings another difficult week of play for the Ravens. The Anderson men's soccer team went 0-2 last week being defeated by Wabash 2-1 in double overtime and Ohio Northern in a 5-1 loss.
Hanover climbed to third place after defeating Otterbein, who was ranked in the Top 15 of the national preseason poll. The Panthers garnered a 1-0 overtime win after receiving a game-winning goal from Tanner Korfhagen.
In the 92nd minute, the senior received the ball on the Panthers defensive half of the field and proceeded to dribble through the defense from more than 50 yards out before drilling a low shot past the Otterbein goalkeeper.
The Defiance Yellow Jackets (3-6) men's soccer team faced a close 3-2 loss at Muskingum before winning 4-2 on the road at Grace Christian last week.