Cal Poly’s Julian Alvarez, Daniel Cruz and David Zamora all scored goals in the Mustangs opening game against University of Nevada, Las Vegas at the UNLV Tournament Friday in Las Vegas but even though the goals were the most the Mustangs have scored in a game this season, the team dropped the game 4-3 to the Runnin’ Rebels.

The Mustangs bounced back from Friday’s loss with a 1-0 win over Cleveland State on Sunday, improving their record to 3-1-0.

Alvarez scored the game’s only goal.

The women’s team traveled to San Diego Friday for a non-conference match with San Diego State. Despite putting 14 shots on goal and having 10 corner kick opportunities the Mustangs were unable to score and lost the match 1-0.

Allie Tramel had three saves.

Tramel didn’t allow a goal during regulation in the team’s Sunday match against the University of San Diego, but the Torrerros were able to score in the ninth minute of overtime to hand Cal Poly the loss. The team is now 1-5-0.

The men square off against Wright State tonight at Alex G. Spanos Stadium and the women travel to play Utah on Thursday.

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