HARTFORD, Conn. -- The Colby College men's soccer team got a second chance on a throw-in with the clocking running down and Grady Jendzejec made the Mules a winner with just 37 seconds to play in overtime for a 2-1 win over Trinity College in NESCAC play Saturday.
Colby is 2-4-1 and 1-2-1 in the league after falling 3-1 at Connecticut College on Sunday.
"Credit to our guys for coming out and imposing themselves on the game at a difficult venue," Colby head coach Ewan Seabrook said. "We need to hold our focus at critical moments of the game, but I was impressed with how we held our nerve under pressure and went on the front foot in the second overtime."
Connecticut College's Pat Devlin scored a goal in each half. Christian Murphy added a goal off a header just 35 seconds into play.
Colby senior Brandon Fahlberg nearly scored in the 63rd minute of action, but his free kick was saved by Connecticut College keeper Mark Cameron.
Avery Gibson was credited with one save in goal for Colby.
After playing five straight road games, Colby next plays host to Middlebury College on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.