Men's Soccer Eludes Rangers

Men's Soccer Eludes Rangers
Henry Apaloo (#14) scored twice, including the game-winner on a penalty kick in double overtime. Photo by Brett Stakelin.
DENVER, Colo.—The Barry University men’s soccer team overcame some sloppy play to defeat the Regis Rangers 2-1 in double overtime at Ranger Field on Thursday.
The Rangers (0-1-0) struck first in the third minute when Aaron Mejia crossed a ball in from the right wing to Chris Camp who beat Buccaneer keeper Devala Gorrick to the near post.
After the first 20 minutes, the Bucs (1-0-0) settled down and began to apply pressure to the Rangers. Lee Yakubowich won a ball in the midfield and passed it up to Henry Apaloo who raced past the defenders and then beat Ranger keeper Trevor Steege to the ball. He touched it past Steege and scored into the open net in the 31st minute to knot the game at 1-1.
The score stood until the second overtime period. Emmanuel Miranda passed a ball up the right side and Rolando Vazquez ran on to it. Steege hesitated in coming out and arrived late, fouling Vazquez hard in the penalty box. Steege received a red card and Apaloo calmly converted the penalty kick against backup keeper Eric Lamar.
Gorrick made six saves in goal for the Bucs and Tommy Nodland added a back save off a corner. Steege had four saves for Regis.
The Bucs take on NCAA Division II runner up Fort Lewis on Saturday at 4:00 pm.
                          Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                          2006 Barry University Soccer
                  Barry vs Regis (08/23/2007 at Denver, Colo.)
 Barry (1-0-0) vs. Regis (0-1-0)
 Date: 08/23/2007    Attendance: 123
 Weather: debonair
 Goals by period       1  2 OT O2  Tot
  Barry...............             1  0  0  1 -  2
  Regis...............            1  0  0  0 -  1
  1.   2:03 RUM Chris Camp (1) (Aaron Mejia) - Cross from right inside 18
  2.  30:22 BUM Henry Apaloo (1) (Lee Yakubowich) - long pass up to 1v1
  3. 104:38 BUM Henry Apaloo (2) Penalty kick
 Shots: Barry 10, Regis 16
 Saves: Barry 7 (Devala Gorrcik 6; TEAM 1), Regis 4 (Trevor Steege 4)