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Donate Buy Tickets. Follow Us On Twitter! Watch Us On YouTube! Waipi'o— Sophomore forward Kayla Ryan made the most of her first start in season as she netted two goals in the Big West Conference opener for the University of Hawai'i soccer team for a overtime win against visiting CSUN.
Tonight it felt like we turned the tide in our favor, and we want to ride this momentum. The Matadorsdropped their third consecutive match and will head to UC Riverside for a matchup on Oct. CSUN struck first right before the half in 38th minute as Cora Wilcot gathered a rebound off an acrobatic save by senior goalkeeper Alexis Mata at the top of the box.
As the ball bounced in Wilcot's favor, she tipped the ball over freshman defender Loren House for the score, making it a contest.
As the second set of 45 minutes started to roll, Ryan took over. Sophomore midfielder Morgan Meza dropped an arching pass over the Matador backline, feeding Ryan for a tapper past the goalkeeper for her first-career goal in the 52nd minute. The 89th minute provided a little bit of drama as junior Izzy Deutsch laced a corner kick into the box. Ryan and her patented pink hair flew through the scrum, pegging the ball off the crossbar in the final seconds before the end of regulation.
After a clear out by the UH defense senior forward Kayla Watanabe pulled in a long pass, taking on two Matador defenders. Watanabe spun around and found Ryan coming in to even the odds, feeding her with a tapper to the right-center point of the box.
Ryan fired from 12 feet out, beating the keeper, claiming the victory for the 'Bows. The Matadors led the offensive s as they outshot UH overall.
The second half was the difference as UH racked up nine shots, including four on goal. Mata added to her conference-leading save total as she recorded six on the evening, giving her 56 on the year.
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