Men's Soccer Dominates Oregon State, 6-0
October 30, 1998
CORVALLIS, Ore.- The No. 3 Washington men's soccer team took advantage of an Oregon State team playing with only 10 players for most of the game to hand the Beavers a 6-0 loss in MPSF play. With the win, UW remains in a tie for first with a 6-1 record and is at 14-2 overall. OSU drops to 6-7-1 and 2-5.
Oregon State pushed the pace early, outshooting UW 5-1 before OSU's Fredrik Kummermes was ejected from the game for a hand ball violation on the goal line at 32:13. UW senior Matt Annis converted the penalty kick to open the scoring-fest.
Five minutes later, at 37:21, junior Rees Bettinger headed in a cross from junior Morgan McCoy to put the Huskies up 2-0 at the half.
Sophomore Kai Carroll opened the second period with a goal at 46:15, taking a pass from sophomore Mike Casale and going straight up the middle. Junior Wes Hart and freshman Billy Sleeth then scored unassisted goals just over a minute apart to put the game away. Hart was all alone on the left side and scored at 66:26, and Sleeth tapped in a loose ball at 67:42 for his first goal of the season.
Carroll closed out the game with another goal at 86:27 off a short pass from Hart, whose school record for assists now stands at 15 for the season.
Washington finished with a 13-10 shot advantage and with five corner kicks to the Beavers' three. Senior Peter Van de Ven recorded his sixth shutout of the season and saved three shots.
Washington 6, Oregon State 0
Shots - UW 13, OSU 10
Attendance - 305