Rock Hill -- Rookie forward Seedy Bah and midfielder Nicki Patterson helped the Charleston Battery rally from a one-goal deficit to win, 2-1, over the Charlotte Eagles on Friday night at Winthrop Stadium.
After conceding a goal in the 21st minute, the Battery rallied to earn their third win of the USL Pro season.
"This was a great result for us under difficult circumstances," said Charleston Battery coach Mike Anhaeuser. "Charlotte is always a tough opponent and we started slow, but I felt we did a great job defending after we got ahead."
Battery goalkeeper Keith Wiggans recorded five saves, including one from point-blank range late in the game to preserve the victory.
Charlotte opened the scoring with a slotted finish by forward Josh Rife from 6 yards out. Charleston knotted the score 10 minutes later after Bah scrambled the ball home from a Battery corner.
The game winner came in stoppage time at the end of the first half from a set-piece after Alex Caskey was felled at the edge of the box by Charlotte's Jorge Herrera. Patterson took the resulting free kick, bending the ball around the wall and past goalkeeper Eric Reed.
The Battery hosts the Pittsburgh Riverhounds today at 7:30 p.m.