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Inland college roundup: Saturday, November 4

By in Press Enterprise on November 5, 2017

By Sports Staff

CBU places first, second:
The women’s cross country team finished first in the NCAA Division II West Regional Championships while the men’s team came in second.

CBU 2, Notre Dame de Namur 1:
The Lancers won its first Pacific Conference Championship after defeating Notre Dame de Namur on the road.
Abe Placito and Junior Garcia each notched in a goal as they were assisted by Hugo Gutierrez and Aidan Apodaca, respectively.
CBU now heads into the postseason with a 16-0-2 overall record and finish conference action 12-0-1.
Cal Lutheran 2, University of Redlands 1 (2OT):
The Bulldogs fell to Cal Lutheran in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship final after the Kingsmen scored the game winner in the 104th minute to take home the conference title.
Christian Yepez scored the lone goal in Redlands’ loss at Farquhar Field.
Goalkeeper Josh Haskill had seven saves.
Cal State Fullerton 2, UC Riverside 1:
The Highlanders dropped its Big West Tournament Semifinal match to host Cal State Fullerton.
Daniel Aguirre knocked in a penalty shot in the 58th minute, after being down 1-0 at halftime, to even up at match.
However, the Titans took the victory after they scored a free kick in the 68th minute of action.
The loss is the second time UCR has been knocked out of the Big West Tournament Semifinals.

Cal Baptist 0, Notre Dame de Namur 0:
The Lancers received the automatic qualifier for the NCAA Division II tournament after Hawai’i Pacific and Fresno Pacific’s match resulted in a 1-1 tie.
CBU also won their second Pacific West Conference Championship title with that result.
They finish the regular season at 11-4-3 and 9-1-3 in the PacWest.

Lancers compete against Bakersfield:
The Cal Baptist men’s team defeated Bakersfield on a score of 169-131, while the women fell to the Roadrunners 158.50-141.50 in a nonconference meet at the Lancer Aquatics Center.
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