It took four National Premier Soccer League matches for Kalamazoo FC to do it, but a win still slipped through their hands Friday night.

The Teals held a 2-0 lead at the half with goals from Jay McIntosh and Ali SodalFC Indiana scored three goals in a span of six minutes in the second half to take the lead. In the 82nd minute, Ali Kromah would place another goal from a free kick header for KzFC to tie the game at its eventual 3-3 draw.

The draw gives Kalamazoo FC their first point in the NPSL Great Lakes Conference standings. It keeps them in last place and trail both FC Indiana and the Milwaukee Torrent by three points for sixth place. The Teals and the Torrent will face off Wednesday night in Wisconsin for the first of their two meetings. Kick-off is at 8pm.

Kalamazoo FC returns home Sunday, June 11th, when they host Detroit City FC at 5:30pm. Tickets are still available for this contest at Mayors Riverfront Park.

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