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Inland college roundup: Saturday, September 16

By in Press Enterprise on September 17, 2017

By Sports Staff

Aidan Apodaca broke the single-game record for most goals scored with five as the Cal Baptist men’s soccer team took a 5-0 victory over host Northwest Nazarene in nonconference action.
Less than eight minutes into the game, Apodaca attempted to chip in a goal after drawing the goalkeeper off his line.
Apodaca completed his third hat trick of the season in the 55th minute.
He added his fourth goal less than five minutes later, off an assist from Joey Chica.
In the 76th minute, Apodaca stripped a defender of the ball and found the back of the net for the 15th time this season.
The Lancers are now 4-0-1 as they head into conference action against visiting Hawaii-Hilo on Thursday at 4 p.m.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Cal Baptist 5, Saint Martin’s 0:
The Lancers finished its nonconference schedule with a road victory over the Saints.
Brooke Ligtenberg and Miranda Martinez had two goals each in the victory. Teammate Camille Ramirez added one for her first collegiate goal.
CBU outshot the Saints 22-3.

CROSS COUNTRY

Highlanders take ninth place:
The UC Riverside women’s team finished ninth overall with 237 points at the UC Riverside Invitational on Saturday morning.
The men scored 477 points for an 18th place finish.
Among the competition was the University of Redlands who was led by sophomore Maria Ramirez with a 33rd overall finish in the women’s non-Division I open.
Junior Joseph Esparza led the men in the 8k course for non-Division I open competition.
Esparza finished with a time of 26 minutes, 28.9 seconds.
CSUSB had eight runners in the event with Julia Cantrell leading the team with a 97th place finish.

FOOTBALL

Mt. San Jacinto 27, Glendale 26 (2OT):
Jomari Becnel led the Eagles (2-0) with two touchdowns as they took the double-overtime nonconference victory against the visiting Glendale Vaqueros.
Becnel ran 85 yards for two touchdowns to put the Eagles up 14-0 in the […]    

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