College Roundup

Sunday’s games:

SMU 1 Cal State Northridge 2
The Matadors won the Prego Italian Express Invitational in Dallas by finishing as the only undefeated team; seniors Cameron Sims and Dylan Riley got the goals while
sophomore Rafael Garcia provided two assists in the win over the hosts.

Pepperdine 1 Sacramento State 0
Freshman Callie Payetta’s second goal in two games gave the 5-2 Waves the win.

UCLA 5 Missouri 0
The Bruins won their sixth straight with sophomore Sydney Leroux getting things started with a goal after just 77 seconds; she was later red-carded, as was UCLA Coach Jill Ellis in separate incidents.

San Diego State 2 Cal State Long Beach 1
The 49ers fall to 4-4 despite a goal from sophomore Nicole Hubbard.

Oklahoma 0 USC 1
Courtney Garcia’s ninth-minute goal gave the Trojans (5-3) their fourth straight win.

Loyola Marymount 3 Dartmouth 2
Two goals from junior Rafael Baca at the San Diego Nike Classic gave the 18th-ranked Lions (4-2-0) the win over No. 5 Dartmouth.

Loyola Marymount 2 Utah 2
LMU twice came back from a goal down to earn a 2-2 double-overtime draw to go undefeated at the UCLA Women’s Cup.

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    Do you only report on women’s college soccer? I can never figure out in your reports if you are refering to the men’s team or the women’s… maybe you could try to clarify in the future.

  • Thanks for the feedback. My wife made the same observation (!). If it’s any help Pepperdine, USC and Cal State Long Beach only field women’s teams; for colleges with men’s and women’s programs I try to mention a player’s name in hopes that gives the reader a clue to the gender of the team I’m writing about. Sounds like I need to make that a little clearer.

  • Studs Up

    Categorize them as boys and girls for some us who can’t deal with names either. I quit guessing after I saw Stuart as a woman’s name. You go figure.