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Inland college roundup: Thursday, November 2

By in Press Enterprise on November 3, 2017

By Sports Staff

MEN’S BASKETBALL
Riverside City College 73, Moorpark 65:
The Tigers were led by Brae Ivey who scored 31 points in the Tigers victory over Moorpark College at the Ventura College Tournament.
Ivey also had three rebounds, three assists and two steals in the victory.
Teammate Andre Wilson contributed 16 points, three rebounds and two assists. Jared Stokes came off the bench to produce 10 points, six rebounds and two steals.
San Bernardino Valley 73, Compton 59:
The Wolverines defeated Compton on the road at the College of the Desert Tournament in Palm Desert.
San Bernardino will face Saddleback on Friday at 5 p.m. for the semifinal round of the tournament.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Hope International 86, La Sierra 67:
Alexis Davis scored 19 points in La Sierra University’s loss to Hope International University in Fullerton, Calif.
Davis also contributed 11 rebounds, three free-throws and an assist. Senior Mikayla Stitt followed with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Elsie Mejia added nine points, four rebounds and four steals.

MEN’S SOCCER
CBU 1, Dominican 0:
Cal Baptist secures first place in the PacWest conference at 11-0-1 and a 15-0-2 overall record.
CBU out-shot Dominican 19-to-3, but came up very unlucky in the first half, hitting the post or the crossbar a couple times. CBU goalie Edgar Benitez made three saves.
The Lancers broke the scoreless streak in the 64th minute when Aidan Apodaca scored off an assist from Joey Chica. The winger sent in a cross into the center of the 18-yard box, allowing Apodaca to get on the end of it and find the back of the net, 1-0.

WOMEN’S SOCCER
Pomona-Pitzer 2, U of R 1:
Rachel Tungol scored University of Redlands’ lone goal in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Postseason Tournament.
Junior forward Madison Mills made an assist and goalkeeper Hannah Menk made two saves.
Redlands snagged the No. 3 seed and finished the year with a […]    

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