Menlo College suffers second men's soccer overtime loss


Eastern Oregon scored early in the first overtime to hand the Menlo College men's soccer team a 2-1 setback on Sunday in a nonconference contest at Oregon Tech in Klamath Falls.

The Oaks (5-2) stay in town to play the host Owls on Tuesday morning.

Ryan Onizuka
Goalkeeper Alex Coates-McDowall helped keep the game scoreless through the fiurst half, recording four of his seven saves.

Senior midfielder Ryan Onizuka gave Menlo a 1-0 lead in the 57th minute, converting on a free kick from 18 feet out.

The Mountaineers tied it in the 82nd minute on a rebound and won it in the 95th minute with a goal from 12 feet out.

Both of Menlo's losses have been in overtime. Eastern Oregon (5-0) has outcored its opponents 19-4 on the season.

Onizuka recorded his third goal and now has nine points. Eli Bunton and Luis Nunez share the team lead, each with 12 points.

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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