TIFFIN, Ohio â?? Michigan Tech overcame a pair of one-goal deficits to earn a 3-2 victory at Tiffin today in women's soccer. Lexi Herrewig scored twice and Alyssa Hynnek tallied the game-winner off a corner kick in the 70th minute to help the Huskies improve to 6-2-1 overall and 3-0-1 in GLIAC play.Playing less than 24 hours after the conclusion of their previous game (at Findlay), the Black and Gold were up to the challenge. They took 30 shots including 22 that were on target.It was Tiffin that took the early lead, however. Allison Bondi got the Dragons on the board in the 18th minute. Herrewig answered for the Huskies nine minutes later, putting in a rebound of a Jacqueline Mielke shot.The score at half was 1-all.TU went up again just two minutes into the second half with a header off a corner kick.Herrewig knotted the score again, this time by beating two defenders one-on-one and cutting a shot to the near post.Just two minutes following the tying goal, Hynnek took a corner kick that was curling on net. The Dragons' goalkeeper punched at it, but it went into the goal for the game winner.Tech was able to maintain possession for most of the final 20 minutes to remain unbeaten in league play."We looked good today coming off a game just 24 hours earlier," said head coach Michelle Jacob. "We stayed calm and composed even though we got down."We created a lot of shots but struggled to capitalize on so many of them. Thankfully, Lexi was ready to take players on and put in the back of the net for us."Michigan Tech returns home for two games next weekend. Saginaw Valley State comes to Sherman Field Friday (Oct. 11) at 5 p.m., and Northwood plays in Houghton Sunday (Oct. 13) at noon.