Sheila Sobchik

sports information report

Despite being outshot 15-13, the Cal Poly men’s soccer team came out of San Jose State with a 2-1 victory, scoring both goals in the second half to ensure its fourth win of the season.

Cal Poly (4-4) fell behind in the first half when San Jose State’s Daniel Perez scored.

In the 55th minute of play, the Mustangs answered the goal after Justin Woodward scored off a penalty kick, knotting the match at one. It was his first goal of the season.

In the 62nd minute Cal Poly took the lead. Matthew Robinson scored his second goal of the season with an assist from Jason Hadley.

Cal Poly goalkeeper Jeremy Coupe had one save.

The loss drops San Jose State to 3-2-2 this season.

Cal Poly returns home Wednesday to kick off Big West play against UC Santa Barbara at 7 p.m. The Mustangs then go back on the road Oct. 1, facing Cal State Northridge.

UC Santa Barbara is ranked 10th in the nation with a 4-2-1 record. Cal State Northridge is ranked 19th in the nation, also with a 4-2-1 record. Both rankings are according to Soccer America.

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