CORVALLIS, Ore. – The St. John’s University men were eliminated from the NCAA Division I tournament, dropping a 2-0 decision to Oregon State on Sunday night.

Mouhameth Thiam lifted the hosts into the lead in the 11th minute. first goal of the night for Oregon State.

Javier Armas added an insurance goal in the 85th minute.

The men’s squad was the second Red Storm team ousted in an NCAA soccer tournament Sunday as the St. John’s women lost to Duke, 7-1, in the Round of 16 in Durham, N.C.

Oregon State (13-2-3) controlled the action in the early going, registering a quality chance in the fifth minute that required a Luka Gavran stop before breaking through in the 11th minute. Carlos Moliner took a shot from the right flank that was stopped by Gavran, but Thiam was waiting on the other side to bury the rebound and give the Beavers a 1-0 edge.

Oregon State built a 6-0 shot advantage before the Red Storm logged its best chances of the night in the closing seconds of the first half. On the team’s first corner kick of the evening, Jared Juleau placed a perfect ball to Brandon Knapp at the edge of the six, but the senior’s header rang off the bar. Aidan Borra put a head on the rebound, but he also hit the top woodwork. Following the Johnnies’ second chance, Oregon State finally managed to clear the box.

In the 71st minute, Gavran made a spectacular stop on OSU’s Dante Williams, diving and punching away a rocketed shot that appeared destined for the upper 90. Gavran finished the night with six saves, matching a career high.

St. John’s put together a dangerous sequence in the 78th minute, as Aquilon played a ball into the box that Knapp headed just over the bar.

With just over five minutes remaining, Armas scored off a corner kick.