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Once again, men’s soccer doesn’t score

Goalkeeper Damion Lewis makes a save during a Wildcat's home game while a fight occurs on the field. Photo credit: Royal T Lee-Castine

Kenta Mcafee

September 20, 2016

A 1-3-2 season record and a previous two-game losing streak show the struggles that men's soccer has faced early on in the season. With only 12 CCAA games to dictate their postseason, the 'Cats have already lost one and tied one. The lack of points the 'Cats have gained is not enough to lead them...

Chico State men’s soccer team beats Humboldt State 1-0

Dylan Wakefield advances the ball for the Wildcats during their Sept. 25 game against Humboldt State. Photo credit: John Domogma

Kenta Mcafee

September 27, 2015

The Chico State Men's soccer team took on Humboldt State on Sept. 25, looking to capitalize on a two-game winning streak and win its first conference game. The game ended 1-0 with a win for the Wildcats.The 'Cats were fired up from the start, with Matt Hurlow leading the charge by scoring from a penalty ki...

Chico beats Holy Names 2-1 in men’s soccer home opener

Omar Nuno was the Wildcat hero of the game, scoring both goals in Chico State's 2-1 victory over Holy Names University. Photo credit: John Domogma

Julie Ortega

September 22, 2015

The Chico State men’s soccer team defeated Holy Names University in its home opener, 2-1. Both goals came from junior forward, Omar Nuno. The Wildcats had a slow start in the first half. The first goal of the game came from Holy Names University during the 38th minute when Ignacio Alvarez, senior midfi...

Chico State men’s soccer wins 2-1 in overtime over Dominican University

Julie Ortega

September 18, 2015

The Chico State Wildcats won their first game of the season against Dominican University last Saturday. After the game went into overtime, Carter Johnson, sophomore midfielder, scored the winning goal. Starting the game in goal for the Wildcats was first-year Andrew Matthews, while sophomore Triston M...

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