Cal Poly men’s soccer (4-5-3, 1-2-2 Big West) held No. 8 UC Irvine (10-1-2, 3-0-1) to a scoreless draw through two overtimes Saturday night.
This weekend, the Mustangs (15-29, 6-12 Big West) will travel to UC Davis for a three game conference series.
The Cal Poly softball team was swept in a pivotal Big West conference series to rival UC-Davis. The Mustangs dropped Game three on Sunday to the first-place Aggies 10-0 on Senior Day at Cal Poly. The loss meant that Cal Poly will not be able to repeat as Big West champions.
After three years of wearing her green and gold uniform, Cary – along with catcher Sara Kryza and pitcher Helen Pena – will play their final series at Bob Janssen field this weekend in a three game conference series against UC Davis (22-25, 11-4 Big West).
Battered and bruised, the Mustangs will travel north to square up against in-state rival UC Davis (8-12, 4-4) tonight.
The Cal Poly Mustang football team has been across the board in their games. The team has smashed challengers at home, been victorious in last-second plays and been doubted, mocked and then praised.
Bria Park was more nervous Thursday night than at any other time during the women’s soccer season, but she wasn’t worried about the game.
Cal Poly sweeps UC Davis to earn sole rights to second place in Big West Conference as Ryan Lee hits for the 26th consecutive game, breaking record previously held by Brandon Roberts. The game’s first pitch was thrown in front of fans holding umbrellas high, trying to protect themselves from the 93 degree heat.