The SAGU Soccer Classic ended on Saturday afternoon with four games at the SAGU Soccer Field.

The SAGU Womenís and Menís Soccer teams took on the McPherson College Bulldogs in their second go-round of the classic.

Lady Lions

McPherson 8, SAGU 0

The Lady Lions struggled to break the Lady Bulldog defense and eventually found themselves down 5-0 at the half.

McPherson kept up the pressure on the offense and SAGU's defense improved forcing the Lady Bulldogs to scrape for three more goals in the second half.

The goalie tandem of Heather Porto and Leah Richardson combined to save fifteen shots in the contest.

Lions

McPherson 3, SAGU 1

The McPherson Bulldogs struck first in the final game with the initial goal coming 12 minutes into the game.

Then, on a corner kick four minutes later, Glorie Ndongala scored for the Lions on an assist from Keith Morris to tie the game at one.

McPherson would score one more time before half to take a 2-1 halftime lead.

The Bulldogs would play keep away with the lead and even extend it 17 minutes into the second half on their third goal. This goal would be the final one of the game and the Lions finished on the down side of a 3-1 score.

SAGUíS goalie, Lesichkov Aleksander saved 14 shots on the day.

For both teams conference play begins next weekend with a swing through eastern Oklahoma and Texas.

On Friday, the soccer teams will play Bacone College in Muskogee, Okla., and then on Saturday both teams move on to Tyler, Texas for games against Texas College.

The rough pre-conference schedule will have prepared SAGU for the conference test yet to come.

The first ever SAGU All-Classic team boasts three women and three men from SAGU Soccer Teams.

For the women, Allison Malcolm, Sarah Powell, and Gina Palo made named to the squad.

For the men, Danny Martinez, Tommy Liegn, and Jorge Solano each made the honored club.

Womenís All Classic Team

Allison Malcolm, Sarah Powell and Gina Palo from SAGU.

Amanda Weimer, Kaitlin Lonely and Tabi Wishman from York College.

Whitney Williams-MVP, Haley Cook and Nicolette Rodriguez from McPherson College.

Lena Canadia, Aliesha Cassie and Tiffany Hernandez from UT-Brownsville.

Menís All-Classic Team

Danny Martinez, Tommy Liegn and Jorge Solano from SAGU.

Ian McEnerneyóMVP, Matt Markusen and Caleb Rush from York College.

Chris Ramirez, Eduardo Rodriguez and Jose Reyes From McPherson College.

Michael Crawford, Adrian Macias and Chris Sotelo from Northwood University.