Long Beach State women’s soccer sought its second win in conference play against last-place UC Davis, but defensive mistakes for the Beach proved costly in its 2-1 loss Friday night.
Author: Robert Hollar
After an early goal from Elysia Laramie, the Beach threatened to upset Fullerton Thursday, but the Titans showed their strength in the second half.
A well-rested Gaucho’s squad pressured the Beach defense Sunday, scoring an early goal that proved to be the difference.
Long Beach trampled the Matadors in four sets Saturday, kicking off a three-game road trip with its first win in over three weeks.
The Beach fell behind early against the Mustangs, but back-to-back second-half goals from Elysia Laramie secured the victory.
While Long Beach State’s 2-7 overall record may be misleading, the Beach will have to make offensive adjustments to find success in Big West play.
The Beach held one of the most prolific offenses in the country scoreless in the first half, but the BYU Cougars pounced in the final frame, winning 3-0.
back-and-and-forth game seemed destined for overtime at George Allen Field, but the University of Central Florida Knights had other plans, beating the Beach 2-1, Thursday.
Long Beach held its own against the Mustangs for most of the game but were unable to pull out the win as the SMU offense prevailed.
Three different Long Beach State players scored their first goal of the year Sunday as the Beach unleashed 15 shots on goal against the Drexel Dragons.