With less than 30 seconds remaining in overtime, Oscar Pereira delivered the game-winning goal to propel the Army West Point Men's Soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Siena on Friday night at Malek Stadium at Clinton Field. The win marks the Black Knights' (1-1) first of the 2019 campaign and the eighth all-time opposite the Saints (1-2). Keenan O'Shea, last year's leading scorer in the Patriot League, came up with his first tally of the season to join Pereira as the two lone goal scorers. It was a physical game out on the pitch and both offenses were firing at will. The two sides combined for 30 shots, with Army holding a 19-11 advantage. The Black Knights secured their first win of the season. Army improved to 8-0-1 all-time versus Siena. It was the first overtime win for the Cadets since taking down Siena, 2-1, on the road on Sept. 13, 2017. Read more.