The Guelph Gryphons men’s soccer team erased a 2-0 halftime deficit against Western Sunday and pushed their OUA undefeated streak to 10 games.
Guelph won the home game by a 3-2 score on a pair of second-half goals from Jamie Wilcock and one, in the 90th minute, from Zachary Rushe.
Saturday, Guelph tied Windsor 1-1 at home. Timothy Flynn scored from the penalty spot for Guelph.
The Gryphons undefeated streak will face a stern test Friday when they visit York for a 3:15 p.m. game.
Guelph is currently the No. 5-ranked team in the nation and York is No. 3.
The Gryphons currently lead the OUA West with 28 points from their 8-1-4 record. York (9-2-0) is second with 27 points, and two games in hand.
Guelph’s lone loss this season was against York, a 2-0 home defeat on Sept. 7.