Senior forward Mackenzie Pridham notched his 12th goal of the season Tuesday night, but Cal Poly couldn’t find the net a second time, drawing 1-1 in double-overtime with UC Davis.
By the age of four, Ariel Lassiter knew he wanted to grow up to be just like his dad. And as the son of a renowned professional soccer player, it seems fitting that the future Cal Poly winger’s first soccer experience was when the coaches of the Tampa Bay Mutiny told him he needed to leave the locker room.
Entering Sunday’s matchup against Cal State Fullerton, the Cal Poly men’s soccer team (8-4-0, 1-1-0 Big West) led all 198 Division I teams in total goals scored with 32. It’s the first time in head coach Paul Holocher’s regime that his team has accumulated such a lofty scoring record.
In many ways, the Cal Poly men’s and women’s soccer teams are one and the same.
Before the men’s soccer home match against UC Santa Barbara this past season, head coach Paul Holocher pulled his team aside and told the young athletes that they needed to compete on the soccer field as if they were ninjas.
Cal Poly’s fall head coaches include Sam Crosson, Mark Conover, Tim Walsh, Paul Holocher and Alex Crozier.
With Week of Welcome in full swing, the students packed Alex G. Spanos Stadium Friday night to witness the atmosphere that has become a staple of Cal Poly men’s soccer games in recent years.
And with San Francisco in town for the fourth of a five-game homestand, the fresh faces on campus were treated to a 2-0 decisive victory by the home side.
The Cal Poly men’s soccer team is training for the 2013 season and plans to utilize a new style of play, quality incoming players and more training to push past recent records and qualify for the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2008.
Mustang Daily Staff Report email@example.com During the 2012 season, the Cal Poly men’s soccer team experienced one of the finest seasons in program history. After the 2011 soccer team missed their opportunity to compete in postseason play, the Mustangs won twice during the final week of the regular season to clinch a Big West Tournament […]
Stephan Teodosescu firstname.lastname@example.org If there is one thing nearly every Cal Poly fan, player and attendee inside Alex G. Spanos Stadium had in common on Saturday night it was the familiar feeling of adrenaline, excitement and awe all rolled into one single emotion throughout the game — one generated by more than 11,000 screaming fans […]
Stephan Teodosescu email@example.com The Cal Poly men’s soccer team couldn’t make it two come-from-behind victories in as many weeks, as the Mustangs dropped their latest match, a 3-2 decision to Sacramento State inside Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Saturday night. A goal by Hornets junior midfielder Gabe Silveira three minutes from time broke a 2-2 […]