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Inland college roundup: Tuesday, October 10

By in Press Enterprise on October 11, 2017

By Sports Staff

MEN’S GOLF
Bulldogs take third:

The University of Redlands placed third at the ERAU Co-Ed Invitational after putting up a 894 total.
Cade Lawson, who led the Bulldogs, took third with an 214 total over three rounds. Jake Hollander tied for 10th with a 222.

WOMEN’S GOLF
Cal Baptist wins first:
The Lancers took its first team victory of the season at the Western Washington Invitational with a 598 (298-300).
The mark was two strokes off breaking the program’s top-10 record for 36-hole tournament scores.
Yu Ling Lee won the individual title with a 145 (75-70) after cutting five strokes off her opening-round score and jumping five spots up the leaderboard.
Lee carded a tournament best, three-under-par 70 on the day to finish her scoring.
UCR takes third:
UC Riverside improved to third place after the second round of the New Mexico State Aggie Invitational Tuesday.
UCR is paired with Sacramento State and UTEP for the final 18 holes in Wednesday’s third round of the tournament.
The Highlanders are one shot behind the Miners in second place, and 11 strokes back of the front-running Thunderbirds.

MEN’S SOCCER
Orange Coast College 5, Norco 0:
Angel Gutierrez made five saves for Norco in the road loss.
The Mustangs are 2-8-3 overall, 1-6 in the Orange Empire Conference.
MiraCosta 2, SBVC 1:
San Bernardino Valley College drops to 5-2-1 in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference after a road loss to MiraCosta.
The Wolverines are 7-6-1 on the season.

WOMEN’S SOCCER
MSJC 2, San Diego City 0:
Mt. San Jacinto sits at No. 3 in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference at 3-1-1 after a defeating San Diego City College at home.
The Eagles improve to 5-5-1 overall.
SBVC 4, Grossmont 2:
Jordan Steele scored three goals in San Bernardino Valley College’s home victory.
Stephanie Doran put the Wolverines on the board with a long shot goal from 35 yards just over five minutes into the game.
Steele added […]    

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