College Roundup

The Weekend’s Men’s Games
Washington 1 UCLA 1
UCLA’s unbeaten streak and Kyle Nakazawa’s scoring streak extended to six games Sunday in Seattle. Nakazawa scored his team-leading seventh goal in the eighth minute from a free kick and UCLA (6-1-1) then gave up an own goal and were forced to hold on to salvage a tie. Nakazawa, of Palos Verdes Estates, also had two goals and an assist Friday in UCLA’s 3-1 win over Oregon State in Corvallis.

Loyola Marymount 3 San Francisco 2
Junior Rafael Baca of Lawndale scored the equalizer at 2-2 then assisted on the winner Friday as the Lions moved to 6-3-0.

Cal State San Bernadino 1 CSUDH 0
A 78th minute goal sunk the Toros (6-5-1) Sunday. Cal Poly Pomona beat the Toros 4-2 Friday, Bronco Tyler Reinhart scoring a school-record four goals.

The Weekend’s Women’s Games
Cal State Northridge 2 Cal State Santa Barbara 3
The Matadors (5-7) rallied from a 2-0 deficit only to see UCSB score the winner Sunday with seven minutes left in regulation. On Friday, CSUN used three different goalkeepers to beat Cal Poly 3-2 in its Big West opener.

Cal State Long Beach 2 UC Davis 1
Sophomore Shawna Gordon scored twice for Cal State Long Beach (5-6) Sunday.

Pepperdine 0 UCLA 2
Third-ranked UCLA (9-1-1) won its ninth straight game Friday, while the Waves’ loss snapped a six-match home winning streak. Sydney Leroux scored her team-leading 11th goal on a seventh minute penalty kick.

USC 4 San Diego 0
Junior Alyssa Dvila had assists on the first three goals and added the fourth in the 87th minute en route to the Trojans (8-3-0) seventh straight win Friday at McAlister Field. It was the Trojans’ third win over a ranked opponent in the past five games.

Arizona 0 Loyola Marymount 1
The Lions move to 8-3-1 with the road win Friday and play their conference opener next.

Cal State San Bernadino 1 Cal State Dominguez Hills 0
The Toros fall to 7-6 Sunday. On Friday sophomore Jessica Murphy (West Torrance High) scored twice as CSUDH beat Cal Poly Pomona, 2-0.

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