BAY OAKS ALUMNI TRACKER
Week Two of the College Soccer Season
Max Oldham had a big day in an important early season win for #7 Cal against #10 Wake Forest. Oldham contributed on two goals in the 4-1 victory, with an assist on the first goal of the match and then tallying the final goal to put the game away in the 69th minute.
Out on the east coast, Lauren Alexandar scores Skidmore's first goal of the season in a losing effort against Rutgers-Newark.
Drew Ranahan will serve as a captain during his senior campaign for Virginia Tech. His twin brother, Charlie Ranahan will be a key defensive player at the University of Washington this season.
Ryan Daniel was named to the all-tournament team for her outstanding play in Hawaii’s two victories against Northern Illinois and Seattle University this weekend.
Sara Jo Ciapponi has already proven herself in her first season at Fresno State, where she has earned a start on the defensive line in each of her team’s four matches so far this season.
Julio Cervantes helped the University of the Pacific kick off a new era, as the men’s soccer team returns to competition as a NCAA Division I program. Cervantes started the first two games of the season for the Tigers and will look to help the young program compete in the tough West Coast Conference.
Christina Archer continues to be a key player for the University of Washington Huskies, as a ball-winning central midfielder. Twin sister Chelsea Archer plays on the forward line and will play an important leadership role as one of the team’s captains. The Huskies are off to a great start with four wins to open the season.