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Inland college roundup: Thursday, October 26

By in Press Enterprise on October 27, 2017

By Sports Staff

RCC earns dual OEC Championship:
Riverside City College competed in the Orange Empire Conference Championship meet at Oso Viejo Park in Mission Viejo, Calif.
The women secured their fourth-consecutive conference title after earning an overall team mark of 1:39:04. The men nearly swept the podium after placing first as a team with a clip of 1:46:49.
Sarah Hollis was crowned OEC Individual Champion and earned All-Conference honors after snapping the tape with a mark of 18:25.9.
Robin Valencia reeled in All-Conference recognition and posted an overall mark of 19:09.5 to haul in the bronze medal.
Sophomore tandem Samantha Chapa and Carissa Gomez finished back-to-back to earn All-Conference recognition by placing fifth and sixth, respectively. Chapa earned a mark of 20:03.7, while Gomez crossed the finish line with a time of 20:10.8.

UCR ties for eighth:
UC Riverside competed in the Visit Stockton Pacific Invitational at The Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton ,Calif.
The Highlanders totaled 287 points to tie for eighth with St. Mary’s, Pacific, and San Jose State.
Tyler Moore carded a 70 to tie for 17th, followed by Matt Lutz with a 71 (T29).
Brandon Tsujimoto and Andrew Spilman both tied for 45th place with 73.

CBU 4, Holy Names 0:
Caley Powers scored two goals and made an assist in Cal Baptist’s PacWest win at home.
Junior Guerra and Daniel Westholm scored in the 10th and 28th minute, respectively.
Sebastian Wiesboeck made two assists and goalie Edgar Benitez made a save.
The Lancers improve to 12-0-2 overall, 8-0-1 in conference play.
Marymount California University 2, La Sierra 0:
After a scoreless first half, host Marymount California scored two goals in the second to defeat La Sierra in a California Pacific Conference match.
Goalkeeper Javier Lopez had six saves in the loss.
The Golden Eagles drop to 9-6 overall and 7-2 in conference.

Cal Baptist 5, Holy Names 0:
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