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College Round Up
Stanislaus womens soccer grinds out tie
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The No. 24 Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team settled for a tie at Sonoma State on Sunday afternoon in a California Collegiate Athletic Association match, which was also enough for the Warriors to maintain their top standing in the league’s North Division with an overall record of 9-2-1, and a CCAA record of 7-2-1.Sonoma State now owns a record of 2-6-3, 1-6-3 in conference play."I was pleased with our determination and how we battled throughout the match,” Warriors coach Gabriel Bolton said. “We had a difficult time getting rhythm offensively, but we certainly created enough chances to win the game.”
With little opportunities for scoring against the Seawolves defense, the Warriors had a total of 11 shots, with only two coming on goal. Midfielder Kim DiNardo and defender Emily Relles each had an on-goal attempt.
Warriors goalkeeper Millie Brown dominated in the net with 10 saves on the day.
"Today's game was a very physical, grind-it-out type of game,” Bolton said. “Sonoma State was very organized defensively and made things very difficult for us.”
Sonoma State out-shot the Warriors with 17 shots, 11 of them scoring opportunities. Allison Kern led the Seawolves with three on-target shots. Taylor Edmonds, Jocelyn Puga, and Shayla Mellenthin each had two on-goal attempts.  The Warriors will be on the road again next weekend, visiting Cal State East Bay on Friday at 4:30 p.m. and UC San Diego on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. 

Warriors men’s soccer unable to finish The Cal State Stanislaus men's soccer team was unable to pull out a win against Sonoma State Sunday afternoon in a California Collegiate Athletic Association match, losing 4-3 to fall to 6-3-3 overall and 5-3-2 in the CCAA. The Warriors are now ranked third in the league’s North Division.Sonoma State has improved to 8-4-0 and 6-4-0 in conference play, and move into second place in the North Division.  The Warriors took an early lead over the Seawolves when Jion Santana scored a goal in the seventh minute from a cross by Victor Regalado.Brady Marshall added to the Warrior excitement when he scored Cal State Stanislaus' second goal in the 23rd minute. Marshall defeated the Seawolves defender before chipping the ball in over Sonoma State goalkeeper Juan Sosa.The Warriors will be on the road again next weekend, when they travel to play Cal State East Bay on Friday at 7 p.m. and UC San Diego on Sunday at 2 p.m.   

Stanislaus volleyball comes up short in five sets The Cal State Stanislaus volleyball team lost a tough battle of five sets (19-25, 25-21, 25-19, 19-25, 16-18) Saturday night against San Francisco State.
Before Saturday's match, these two teams had evenly matched records overall and in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. The Warriors are now 9-7, 6-5 in the CCAA.

The Warriors had a slow start against San Francisco State, never gaining the lead throughout the entire first set.
Set two was a close with the score coming to a tie nine times, but the Warriors squeaked out the win. The Warriors momentum did not slow after the second set.In the third set, three Cal State Stanislaus took a 10-5 lead over the Gators and never allowed less than a four-point cushion. Set four looked much like set two, only the score was tied 13 times. The Gators pulled away with a 7-1 run to win and to push a fifth set.