COLUMBUS, Ohio – No. 11 Ohio State (5-1-4, 1-1-1) came back from a goal down to take a 2-1 lead but a Rutgers goal with two seconds left in regulation allowed visiting Rutgers (5-1-4, 2-0-1) to draw even for the 2-all tie Friday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
How it Happened
Rutgers took the early lead in the 32nd minute on a breakaway goal by MD Myers with the assist coming from Jason Bouregy.
The match looked to enter the half with the Buckeyes down a goal but Chris Dowling put away the equalizer with five seconds left in the half after a scramble right in front off an Ohio State corner kick. Anthony Samways delivered the corner that bounced off Laurence Wootton to the foot of Dowling for the score.
45' | Dowling scores with 5 seconds left in the half to even the match at 1-all.
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Ohio State took a 2-1 lead on a Brayden Durbin goal in the 54th minute with the assist going to Anthony Samways.
Here's a look at Durbin's goal to give the Buckeyes the lead.
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Thomas DeVizio scored with two seconds left in the game for the Scarlet Knights to pull Rutgers even at 2-all.
Ohio State will play its final nonconference game of the season next Wednesday when Northern Kentucky comes to town for a 7 p.m. game at JOMS. It will be the annual Connor Senn match on the Ohio State campus.