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    Women's soccer beats CSUSB

    The fifth-ranked UCSD women’s soccer team beat California State University San Bernardino 4-1 last Friday at Triton Soccer Stadium to increase its winning streak to eight games.

    UCSD’s Laura Dooly opened the scoring for UCSD at the 27:20 mark, scoring with a header off a corner kick from teammate Amy Goker to put the Tritons up 1-0.

    UCSD’s second goal came 39:58 into the first half courtesy of Kristen Conahan, who put in another header past San Bernardino goalie Kathleen Razor. The goal was set up by a cross-pass in front of the CSU San Bernardino goal from Christine Kwon and gave UCSD a 2-0 lead heading into halftime.

    Senior Erika Alfredson tallied the third goal for the Tritons, scoring an unassisted goal by beating Razor to a loose ball and finding the empty net.

    Less than two minutes after Alfredson’s goal, Jessica Cordova, helped by Goker’s second assist of the game, scored in front of the net to put the Tritons up 4-0.

    Triton sophomore goalie Kami Poma notched five saves in the game and was lifted in the 76th minute for Carolyn Cadei.

    Cadei was tested early when CSU San Bernardino’s Lisa Ament battled for a loose ball in front of the Triton goal and scored unassisted in the 80th minute of the game to push the score to its final total.

    With the win, the Tritons push their league-leading record to 10-1 in CCAA action and 13-1 overall.

    The Tritons will next lace up their cleats on Monday, Oct. 22 to complete a makeup game against UC Davis that was postponed due to fog on Sept. 28. The game is scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m. at Triton Soccer Stadium.

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