The Spring Hill College men's soccer team scored three second-half goals to record a come-from-behind non-conference victory over Concordia College-Selma on Sunday afternoon and Library Field.
The Hornets (3-2) struck first in the 42nd minute when Luis Carlos scored off a set piece shot from 18 yards out following a Badger foul.
As is rapidly becoming a trademark for this edition of the Badgers, Spring Hill regrouped during halftime and tied the game in the 50th minute when sophomore Esteban Angel of Guayaquil, Ecuador, cleaned up a loose ball in front of the goal after a corner kick by sophomore Daniel Ochoa of Miami, Fla.
Sophomore Tyler Hartlage of Tampa, Fla., put the Badgers up 2-1 in the 77th minute with a five-yard shot set up by a perfect lead pass by Ochoa off a timely touch pass at midfield by freshman Andrew McInnis of Mandeville, La.
Hartlage then iced the contest at 3-1 with his second tally in the 80th minute following a nifty left-to-right entry pass by sophomore Tanyi Mubang of Tampa.
Freshman goalkeeper Jacob Files (2-0) took the win in-goal for Spring Hill with nine saves against 15 shots by Concordia. Fredy Mendoza accepted the loss for the Hornets with five saves against 17 Badger shots.
From the corners, SHC took nine corner kicks while the Hornets tried four times from the angles.
Spring Hill (5-0) will play Warner University (1-1) in a non-conference match on Friday beginning at 4:30 p.m. at Remington Park in Thomasville, Ga.