Long Beach State and Hawai’i traded a flurry of offensive chances as the Beach earned a draw to deny the Rainbow Wahine a chance at hosting the conference tournament.
Author: Robert Hollar
Long Beach statistically outplayed the CSUN in a must-win game but the Matadors defense held strong, shutting out the Beach 1-0.
Currently, in sixth place with two games remaining, Long Beach State women’s soccer looks to fight for one of four spots in the Big West Conference tournament with a little help from conference foes.
A natural-born defender, Elysia Laramie is emerging as an incredible offensive talent and leading the Beach in scoring after training with the USWNT in the summer of 2018.
The black-and-blue rivalry lived up to its reputation at the expense of the Beach Sunday night, as the Anteaters scored two second-half goals to hand Long Beach a catastrophic loss.
Sinking under the pressure of unbalanced defensive responsibilities, Long Beach State women’s soccer is struggling to earn a chance to defend its conference title.
Long Beach State women’s soccer snapped a three-game losing streak against the Highlanders with several players making significant contributions to the offense.
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.
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.