Otters’ efforts are thwarted by the Toros

Following the men’s match against the Toros, the women Otters competed on Sept. 25. The game between California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) and California State University, Dominguez Hills was fast-paced and evenly matched. 

The game was tied 1-1 at halftime following goals by Alexandra Diaz for the Otters and Patricia Rubio-Martinez for the Toros shortly after Diaz. 

After halftime Otter Sierra Levy broke the tie at the 75 minute mark running past Toro goalie Ashley Correia, and scoring the second point for the Otters after teammate Alexandra Diaz’s opening goal.

However, the Otters couldn’t hold onto the lead with Nia Thompson scoring a pair of goals for the Toros. Within minutes of her first goal Thompson snuck the final goal past Otter goalkeeper Maleni Morales in the 79th minute for the winning point, for a 3-2 final score in the Toros’ favor.

The Otters travel to Stanislaus State Oct. 1 for their next match.

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