The Cal Poly women’s soccer team (6-4) snapped UC Davis’ six-game winning streak Friday afternoon, downing the Aggies 3-0 in Davis.
This is the first game this season that the Aggies (7-2) have been shutout.
Cal Poly freshman midfielder Morgan Miller scored her first goal of the season just 13 minuets, 56 seconds into the game when she tapped the ball over the goal line off of a pass from junior midfielder Erica Zumbahlen.
The score remained 1-0 for the next 52 minutes before Cal Poly freshman Kaleena Andruss scored an unassisted goal, her second of the season. Just minutes before the end of regulation, sophomore forward Ashley Vallis knocked in the third and final goal of the afternoon. She was assisted by Danielle Camarena and Kelsey Carroll.
The Mustangs outshot the Aggies, 8-7. Sophomore midfielder Meggie O’Hagan led the Mustangs with three shots. UC Davis’ Lacey Cobb also had three shots.
The Mustangs look to extend their three-game wining streak Sunday at Sacramento State.