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October 13th, 2014 report  

For previous reports, go here


Kylie Moltzen continues to split time in the net as a goalkeeper for Southern Oregon.  The Raiders had a good week, earning a win against Eastern Oregon and a tie against the College of Idaho.  The results moved them up to the middle of the pack in the Cascade Collegiate Conference with three games left to play in the regular season.


Bianca Munoz has worked her way into the starting line up at Portland State.  She was a big part of the team’s weekend, where they earned two important victories in Big Sky play.  Munoz had the assist in a 1-0 win at Idaho State, serving up the corner kick that was headed in for the game-winner.   Portland State also had a 1-0 win over Weber State and moved into contention in the Big Sky conference.  


Yvette Cuallar earned her first college soccer minutes, getting playing time in the last three games for San Jose State.   The Spartans have now equaled last years win total and look to take it even further with five games remaining in Mountain West play.  


In a huge win for the Cal Bears, senior Max Oldham contributed an assist in overtime for a 3-2 win against the #2 ranked UCLA Bruins.   The Bears also picked up a win against San Diego State, moving back into the thick of the Pac-12 race.   Go here to see a video highlight of the game-winning goal (Max has the little touch that plays-in the goal-scorer).


Coby Sippel and the Carleton Knights are owners of a 3-game win streak, moving into third place in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.   


Emma Tinloy and the UC Davis Aggies notched their biggest win of the season, with a 2-0 scoreline against defending Big West champions, Cal Poly SLO. 


Gabe D’Ambrosio earned his first start of the season, in Sonoma State’s 3-1 win over Chico State on Saturday. 


Abigail Mitchell picked a good time to notch her first career goal in a 1-0 victory over Whittier.  Mitchell is a senior defender and hit the game-winner with a free kick from 35 yards out. 


For previous reports, go here