The Cal Poly women’s soccer team (5-5-0) rebounded from their 1-0 loss Friday to Pepperdine with a 1-0 victory against San Diego State (2-7-3) Sunday, splitting their weekend contests.

Against San Diego State, the Mustangs scored a first half goal to push past the Aztecs.

The Mustangs came out firing as their first shot of the game came from Tiffany Gummow in the ninth minute. Two minutes later, Bianca Burright made a sliding kick for the goal, her fourth of the season. Julie McKee fed her for the assist.

In the half Cal Poly outshot SDSU 6-4, placing three shots on goal.

In the second period SDSU picked up the attack outshooting Cal Poly 7-5. Overall, both teams had 11 shots with the Mustangs putting five on goal.

Eight of San Diego State’s shots were on goal against Cal Poly goalkeeper Brooke Gauvin, earning the win between the posts for the Mustangs while making eight saves. Gauvin improves to 4-3 for the season.

Against Pepperdine, the Waves scored a first half goal which stood up as the game winner.

Peppperdine pressed the attack in the first half as their offense produced 10 shots, compared to the Mustangs’ one.

Gauvin tallied four saves, but wasn’t perfect as Pepperdine scored in the 32nd minute of play when Laura Cole was able to deflect a header into the net.

Overall, Pepperdine outshot the Mustangs 19-5 and had a 9-2 advantage with shots on goal.

Four of Cal Poly’s five shots came from Burright with the fifth coming from Morgan Miller.

Pepperdine held a 5-3 advantage in corner kicks while Cal Poly was whistled for 11 more fouls (16-5).

Gauvin took the loss for the Mustangs while making eight saves. Roxanne Barker earned the win with two saves.

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