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Inland college roundup: Tuesday, November 7

By in Press Enterprise on November 8, 2017

By Sports Staff

MEN’S BASKETBALL
Riverside City College 87, Barstow 63:
The Tigers dominated Barstow on the road in nonconference action.
With the victory, RCC remains undefeated at 4-0 overall.
Westmont College 81, La Sierra 70:
Saladine Ganda led the Golden Eagles with 16 points in their loss to Westmont College.
Ganda also added six rebounds.
Isaac Deese and Reynaldo Solorzano each contributed 14 points. Deese went 5-6 at the line and added five assists, while Solorzano grabbed nine rebounds.
La Sierra has yet to win a game so far this season. They are 0-3 overall with the loss at home.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Master’s 80, La Sierra 54:
DeShields Fajardo scored 13 points in La Sierra University’s loss at The Master’s University.
Fajardo also made two assists and three 3-pointers. Arianna Sheehy followed with nine points and was 3 for 4 from the free throw line. Wanna Wong and Alexis Davis each contributed five free throws.
The Golden Eagles are now 0-3.

MEN’S SOCCER
Irvine Valley 3, Norco 0:
Angel Gutierrez made five saves in Norco’s loss on the road.
The Mustangs are 2-14-3 overall, 1-12 in the Orange Empire Conference.
San Diego Mesa 2, San Bernardino Valley 2:
Tony Vallejo and Fred Zaragoza each scored a goal in San Bernardino Valley’s conference game at home.
Goalie Carlos Murillo made five saves, while Andrew Quiroz and Noe Granillo each made an assist.
The Wolverines are 12-7-2 overall and 10-3-2 in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference.

WOMEN’S SOCCER
San Bernardino Valley 2, MiraCosta 1:
Natalie Carreon made three saves in San Bernardino Valley’s conference win at home.
AnnaMarie Fazzino put the Wolverines on the board in the 29th minute with an assist from Jordan Steele
Karen Jacobs gave SBVC the two-goal lead in the 54th minute with an assist from Yasmin Montelongo.
SBVC is now 18-1-1 overall, 9-0 in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference.
Irvine Valley College 5, Norco 0:
The Norco College Mustangs took its 15 consecutive loss […]    

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