Women’s soccer goes undefeated in CCAA play

10 straight victories for the Sonoma State women’s soccer team marks a historic win over Cal Poly Pomona.  The ninth-ranked Seawolves have made history with this win on Sunday over Cal Poly Pomona, with this being only the fifth time in school history that the Seawolves have won 10 straight wins going into the postseason.  

At minute 72, sophomore Katie Mohr headered in the first goal of the day, right past the Bronco goalkeeper. Freshman Bella Amyx then was able to break away from the pack, going one on one with the Bronco goalie to eventually fire the ball through the net, putting the Seawolves up 2-0.

The Broncos did not go down easily, outshooting Sonoma State 11-8, and causing senior goalie Ashley Luis to lose her shutout streak. The streak, which started on Sept. 23, lasted a total of 958 minutes. At minute 87, Haley James from the Broncos kicked it in from 22 yards out, to put the first goal on the board for Cal Poly Pomona.

Luis made three saves to help keep the 10 game winning streak going. Sonoma State won the match with an ending score of 2-1.

The Seawolves will go into the upcoming CCAA post-season tournament as the No. 1 seed and will receive a first round bye.   The Seawolves will return back to Pomona on Friday to begin the tournament, facing off against the winner of Cal Poly Pomona and UC San Diego at 1:30 p.m.

COURTESY// sonomaseawolves.com Senior goalkeeper Ashley Luis held a shutout streak this season that lasted 958 minutes and began on Sept. 23. 

COURTESY// sonomaseawolves.com

Senior goalkeeper Ashley Luis held a shutout streak this season that lasted 958 minutes and began on Sept. 23.