Pilots fall to No. 7 SDSU on reunion Sunday

Portland rallies, only to lose 3-2 as 2002 NCAA champions get together
Oct. 7, 2012

The 23rd-ranked Portland Pilots showed some great spirit after falling behind 2-0 Sunday at Merlo Field, but eventually dropped a 3-2 decision to San Diego State in a non-conference somen's soccer match Sunday.

Amanda Frisbee and Taylor Brooke scored in the first half for Portland to rally from two early goals by the Aztecs, who entered ranked No. 7 in the nation. Frisbee's goal, which came on a penalty kick, was here team-leading seventh of the season.

San Diego State scored the game-winner in the 75th minuteand improved to 12-1-1.

Portland fell to 6-3-2, heading for a road match against West Coast Conference fow Gonzaga Thursday.

At halftime, 16 of the 19 members of the 2002 NCAA Champion team were honored at midfield as the reunited for the first time.

The Pilots play host to No. Brigham Young on Sunday, continuing its 12-game home schedule.

 

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