October 22, 2013 > Cal State Soccer Report
Cal State Soccer Report
Submitted By Scott Chisholm
MenÕs Soccer Suffers Setback to No. 17 Cal State Los Angeles
Cal St. Los Angeles 4, CSUEB 2
Early in the second half Cal State East Bay was on the road leading the nationÕs No. 17 ranked squad 2-1. The Golden Eagles soared back to score three unanswered goals and hand the Pioneers a 4-2 loss. Arthur Ethel assisted on the teamÕs first goal scored by Chris Lara to tie the game 1-1. Ethel later scored the go-ahead goal in the 47th minute.
Cal State L.A. tied the game less than two minutes later, and took the lead for good just before the hour mark.
WomenÕs Soccer Secures Tie with Golden Eagles
CSUEB 1, Cal State Los Angeles 1
Cal State East Bay and Cal State Los Angeles played to a 1-1 draw on Friday. Megan Ravenscroft gave the visiting Pioneers a 1-0 lead early in the second half. Golden Eagles forward Andrea Lammers tied just over 10 minutes later to cap the scoring. Pioneers goalkeeper Donna Williams made nine saves in the tie. Yi Du stopped three East Bay shots.
Pioneers on Short End of Scoring Frenzy
State Dominguez Hills 5, CSUEB 3
Steffen Sauer, Javier Martin, and Arthur Ethel each scored second half goals in SundayÕs California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) road tilt with Cal State Dominguez Hills. The host Toros built a 3-0 halftime lead and held on for a 5-3 result behind the hat trick of Aaron Salazar.
Late Goal Salvages Draw with Toros
Cal State Dominguez Hills 1, CSUEB 1
For the fourth straight game a womenÕs soccer match involving Cal State East Bay has reached the end of regulation tied. A late score by Pioneer freshman Megan Ravenscroft forced the extra sessions on the road against Cal State Dominguez Hills on Sunday afternoon, eventually ending in a 1-1 draw.
Second Half Spurt Secures ÔBattle of the BayÕ Sweep
CSUEB 3, San Francisco State 0
Trey James, Chris Franco, and Kellen Crow scored in succession during the men's soccer's California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) road contest with San Francisco State to provide the margin of victory in a 3-0 result at Cox Stadium. Friday marked the largest margin of victory for the Pioneers in a CCAA contest since joining the league in 2009.
Pioneers Fall in Double Overtime to Gators
San Francisco State 1, CSUEB 0
Cal State East Bay played in its fifth straight California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) overtime game on the road Friday inside Cox Stadium against San Francisco State. Gators freshman Kelsey Wetzstein scored her first collegiate goal mere seconds into double overtime to break a scoreless tie. A scoreless tie through 100 minutes was ended mere seconds into the second period overtime by San Francisco StateÕs Kelsey Wetzstein. Andrea Hernandez led Cal State East Bay with three shots against the Gators. Cal State East BayÕs Donna Williams and San Francisco StateÕs Allison Land made five saves.