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ICYMI: September 10-16, 2018


ICYMI: Here are the top five things that happened in the Big West last week….In Case You Missed It!

1. UCR Women’s Soccer Stays Undefeated With 1-0 Win

When you are on a run like the UC Riverside Women’s Soccer team, everything seems to go right. With a record of 8-0-1, the team is off to its best start since 2004 and has already tied its win mark from last season. The Highlanders also have eight shutouts.  Full Story

2. CSF Cross Country Women Win UCSB Lagoon Open

Cal State Fullerton men’s and women’s cross country at the UCSB Lagoon Open on Saturday morning and the women’s squad earned a first-place finish while the men finished third overall. The women were led by freshman Lucina Vincent (17:10.56) who finished third and Trinity Ruelas (17:12.70) who followed up in fourth place in the women’s 5K.  Full Story

3. CSUN Men’s Soccer Earned A Pair Of Top 25 Wins

Michael Flores scored a goal and added an assist as CSUN handed No. 17 Cornell a 3-1 defeat in men’s soccer action Friday night at Matador Field.  Full Story

CSUN scored twice in a six-minute span in the second half to come from behind to defeat No. 11/13 UCLA 2-1 Sunday night in men’s soccer action.  Full Story

4. Big West Unveils ESPN3 Fall Schedule

The Big West Conference today announced that 12 fall events will be streamed on ESPN3, commencing on Sept. 18 when UC Riverside visits Long Beach State for a women’s volleyball contest in the Walter Pyramid. Ten women’s volleyball and two women’s soccer contests comprise the slate in the sixth year of the Big West’s collaboration with ESPN, in which more than 60 events are produced annually.  Full Story

5. No. 15 Cal Poly Enters Conference Play On A Nine-Match Win Streak

The Cal Poly volleyball picked up two more wins Saturday at the North Texas Challenge, first beating Wichita State 3-1 (25-21, 25-19, 22-25, 25-19) before sweeping North Texas 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 25-21) to improve to 10-1 and extend its winning streak to nine matches as it wraps up the non-conference portion of its schedule. Full Story