Inland college roundup: Tuesday, October 3

By in Press Enterprise on October 4, 2017

By Sports Staff

San Bernardino Valley women’s soccer extended its win streak to seven after shutting out the Palomar Comets, 3-0, at home in the Pacific Coast Conference-North Division.
The Wolverines fired 15 shots on goal compared to the Comets’ two.
Palomar goalkeeper Rosa Lopez, who made 11 saves, was able to keep San Bernardino off the board for most of the first half.
With less than five minutes to go in the opening 45 minutes, Stephanie Doran ran down a crossing pass from Morgan Simmang and scored the goal that gave the Wolverines a 1-0 lead.
In the second half, the San Bernardino sent another nine shots at the Palomar net, converting two. The first came from Lexis Cortez, who converted from the penalty spot in the 52 minute.
In the 86th minute, Natalie Davis kept the ball alive to the left of the goal with a header that crossed the goal mouth where Bianca Mitchell scored the goal.
Wolverines’ goalkeeper Natalie Carreon had two saves.

Cal Baptist finishes eighth:
The Lancers finished eighth in the Western New Mexico Fall Intercollegiate with a six-over par 872, just seven shots off fifth-place Regis with 863.
All four of Cal Baptist’s scorers shot 75 or better for the third time in the tournament and sixth time through three tournaments this season.
Ben Hallam took seventh place to match his record for best individual finish at a tournament for the Lancers this season.
Hallam carded a seven-under par 209 (65, 70, 74), which tied for the ninth best 54-hole total in program history.
Greg Gonzalez and Dan Heron both matched Hallam by shooting 74s on the final day of the tournament. Both turned in 219s and tied for 28th place in the 104-player leaderboard.
UCR moves up one:
UC Riverside completed the Nick Watney Invitational in 15th place, one up from yesterday’s 16th place finish.
The Highlanders totaled […]    

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