So much for the undefeated season.
The Trinity Western University men's soccer team saw its Canada West undefeated streak come to an end Sunday afternoon after the Spartans fell 2-1 to the University of Alberta at Foote Field in Edmonton.
The loss was the Spartans' first setback of the season and drops them to 7-1-2, while the win moves the Golden Bears to 7-1-3.
Alberta continues to sit in first place in the Prairie Division. Should they remain in first, they will host the Canada West championship tournament Nov. 1-4 as the top seed.
Trinity Western sits in second in the CW Pacific Division with 23 points.
On Sunday, the Golden Bears got goals from Jonah Feil and Zenon Markevych as they opened up a 2-0 lead and then held on for the victory.
The Spartans' late goal came off the foot of Kenyan native Jarvis Ambaka.
Feil found the back of the net for his fourth conference goal and seventh point with help from a nice feed by Markevych.
The fourth-year striker who is originally from Victoria, is now tied for eighth in Canada West goals and points, while Markevych, who is in his fifth-year, now has eight points in 10 Canada West games.
Markevych earned his sixth goal of the season in the 70th minute when he forced a turnover off the Spartans defence and raced in all alone on TWU goalie Evan Lowther before slotting the ball along the ground and into the left corner.
Ambaka, who also has eight points on the season, picked up his fifth conference goal when he beat Alberta goalie Jay Vetsch in injury time to ruin the clean sheet, and make the final 2-1.
The Spartans host Fraser Valley Friday and Victoria Saturday at TWU's Rogers Field. Both games start at 7 p.m.