Men's soccer are in their final few games before the AUS playoffs begin. Each game is becoming more and more crucial to get to the elusive playoff spot, and teams are battling it out to see who will be top six.
Let's see how some of the teams did this weekend, and where they now stand going into the final regular-season weekend.
Moncton 2 at Acadia 2
It was a 2-2 tie for the Aigles Bleus after they went back and forth, each trying to get a win. Ahmed Abdul-Rahman scored for Moncton at (9:00) answered by Acadia's Andrew Snyder (17:00). Moncton tried once again to take a lead, with a goal by Kouame Ouattara scoring at (43:00) but Acadia came back and Corey Cadeau scored at (65:00).
Cape Breton o at UNB 1
The Capers fell to the Varsity Reds, with the lone goal of the game scored by Robbie Park at 6:37.
UPEI 2 at Mount Allison 1
The UPEI Panthers took their only victory of the weekend against the Mounties. Mount Allison started off strong with a goal by Federico Mora (14:16), but UPEI's Lucas Holmes (25:20) and Harminder Singh (87:29) gave the Panthers their win.
Dalhousie 2 at Memorial 0
The Memorial Seahawks couldn't score in their game against the DAL Tigers, losing 2-0. No goals were scored in the first half, but DAL's Nathan Rogers scored at 62:26 and Bezick Evraire followed with the second and final goal of the game at 75:41.
Dalhousie 2 at Memorial 0
The Seahawks took another 2-0 loss to the Tigers this weekend. Nathan Rogers scored at (38:56) - his second goal against the Seahawks this weekend - and Tyler Lewars scored at the end of the first at 45:00.
Cape Breton 2 at Moncton 3
It was a close game for the Capers and Aigles Bleus, with a 3-2 win for Moncton.
Moncton's Amadou Fall scored at 17:16, followed by Caper Ian Greedy (43:52).
Moncton scored the first two goals of the second half at 82:06 by Philippe DeGrace and 86:43 by Jonathon Stephenson. Cape Breton tried to come back with a goal by Max Raab at 87:45.
Saint Mary's 0 at Mount Allison 0
It was a scoreless game for the SMU Huskies and Mount Allison Mounties.
UPEI 0 at UNB 3
The UNB Varsity Reds held on to first place in the AUS standings, defeating the Panthers 3-0.
All three goals were scored in the first half of the game Victor Karosan (6:50), Benjamin Law (18:50) — his eleventh goal for the Varsity Reds in his career — and Marcus Lees 26:20).
UNB sits in first place going into the final regular-season weekend, followed by Dalhousie in second, Saint Mary's, Moncton, Acadia and StFX.
Cape Breton, UPEI, Mount Allison and Memorial sit outside the playoffs seedings going into their final weekend.