The Seawolves took their talents to San Francisco State and Cal State Monterey Bay this weekend.
The women’s soccer team looked to continue their five-game winning streak. The Seawolves defeated the hosting San Francisco Gators Friday with a score of 1-0.
On Sunday, the Seawolves defeated Cal Sate Monterey Bay in Seaside 1-0. The two victories exemplified why the team is currently ranked 14th in the NCAA Division II national rankings.
With a scoreless first half in San Francisco, Kristal Luna came in clutch to break the 0-0 tie at minute 52.
As the Seawolves drove the ball deep into Gator territory, they were fouled and Luna took a huge shot to find the upper right corner of the goal to end the game.
Luna silenced the Gator crowd with the huge game-winning shot.
Luna is at the top of leader boards for the Seawolves, with a team-high of three goals.
Sonoma State finished with a16-8 shot advantage over the Gators to end the match.
With two incredible saves, Ashley Luis recorded her sixth shutout of the season, which currently leads the entire CCAA.
The Sonoma state women’s soccer team continued their hot streak by beating Cal State Monterey on their home turf. With a 1-0 victory over the Otters, the Seawolves pushed their winning streak to five games.
Luna continued her goal streak by also securing another game-winner.
The match was scoreless until minute 87, when Miriam Bloom found Luna to head the ball over the Otter goalie’s outstretched hands. This goal would end up being the game winning shot to seal the deal for the Seawolves.
Sonoma State will try to keep their winning streak alive at home for the next five games. These will be the last five home games of the season.
The Seawolves will play non-conference UC Santa Cruz on Friday, where Luna looks to continue her scoring streak in this match, while Luis will attempt to keep her shutout streak alive as well.
The game will take place at on Friday at 12:00 p.m. at the Seawolf soccer field.