NCAA college soccer rivals Akron and Ohio State face off tonight in Columbus, Ohio. Akron enters the match unbeaten with no goals allowed on the season. A shutout tonight would set a new NCAA record for consecutive shutouts. First-year striker Teal Bunbury starred at Akron in 2009, winning the Hermann Trophy (college soccer's version of the Heisman) after leading the NCAA with 16 goals. Left back Roger Espinoza helped Ohio State reach the NCAA Championship match in 2007 before turning pro in 2008.
See Bunbury and Espinoza talk about the rivalry game below, followed by a game preview from MLSsoccer.com.