Mens Soccer

UC Santa Cruz 3, Menlo 0

Date of competition: Monday, November 2, 2015

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The 2015 season came to a close for Menlo College Men's Soccer on Monday afternoon with a 3-0 loss to UC Santa Cruz.

UC Santa Cruz jumped out early with a goal in the 5th minute and never looked back, claiming their fifth win of the season in the process.

For Menlo, the loss drops them to 8-7-3 and they finish 2-5-3 in conference play. The 8-7-3 record marks the fifth consecutive winning season for the men's soccer program dating to 2010.

Samuel Horton scored the first goal of the match off an Octavio Rodriguez assist in just the 5th minute of action.

From there, Menlo continued to pepper the UC Santa Cruz keeper with shots, outshooting them 16-12, but could not get one passed the duo of keepers Christian Deguzman and Connor Anderson.

Menlo also went with a two-keeper approach with Alex Coates-McDowall getting the start and playing the first 28 minutes before Nathan Bachand came on to close it out.

David Beary led the team in shots with four (two on frame) followed by Salvador Hererra-Farias with three and Luis Nunez and Johnny Ensch with two apiece.

Monday's loss marks the final career game for four Menlo seniors: Andrew Nyberg, Connor Buckley, Christian Daog and Yohan Mejia.

-- Menlo Athletics

posted by Rick on Nov 2, 2015 at 11:23 pm

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