Tritons Fall to Conference Foe No. 18 Cal State San Bernardino
LA JOLLA, Calif. – The University of California San Diego men’s soccer team fell to No. 18 Cal State San Bernardino, 2-0, at Triton Soccer Stadium on Sunday afternoon. With the loss, UC San Diego moves to 7-3-0 on the season and 2-2-0 in conference play, while the Coyotes improve to 5-1-1 overall and 2-1-0 in conference action.
The Tritons recorded four shots in the first half and seven in the second. One of UC San Diego’s best chances came in the 33rd minute. On a free kick a little past the penalty arc, Cooper Lachenbruch took a shot, but the Coyote goalie was able to make a diving save. Aidan Cuevas then looked to send in the rebound, but the CSUSB goalie again made the stop.
In the net, Triton goalkeeper Pedro Enciso made one save and allowed two goals.
The Tritons’ seven-game homestand will continue at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11, as UC San Diego faces conference foe Humboldt State.
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