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ICYMI: September 24-30, 2018

10/1/2018

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


1. Cal Poly Wins Blue-Green Opener in Front of Sellout Crowd

Junior midfielder Diego Alonso’s 64th-minute goal helped decide the 2018 Blue-Green rivalry opening match Sunday evening as the Cal Poly men’s soccer program – in front of a sellout crowd of 11,075 fans that matched the 14th largest regular season crowd figure in NCAA history – edged UC Santa Barbara inside Alex G. Spanos Stadium, 1-0.  Full Story


2. #CelebrateBig With Big West 50/35

Beginning in 2018-19, the Big West Conference embarks on a two-year celebration of achievements that coincide with the league’s 50th season of competition, as well as a 35th anniversary bash to honor the history of Big West women’s sports. Full Story


3. UCR’s Le And UCD’s Hutchison Claim Individual Medalist Titles


Sophomore Thomas Hutchison shot a career-best round of 64 to lead off UC Davis’ Sunday action at the Windon Memorial Classic men’s collegiate golf tournament, held at the Knollwood Club. He finished the day with a 36-hole total of 137, leaving him atop the 92-man individual leaderboard heading into Monday’s final round.  Full Story

On the final day of the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate, the UC Riverside Women’s Golf Team shot a 303 to move up a spot from the previous day and earn 2nd place. Senior Jakeishya Le led the way winning her first individual title of the season after shooting another 71 (-1) to finish out the competition with a 218.  Full Story


4. UC Davis Women Win Capital Cross Challenge

The women’s cross country team was lead by consecutive top-10 finishes in the 6K to win the Capital Cross Challenge, while the men finished in 14th place in the 8K. Redshirt freshman Eva Goodisson (7th, 21:35.9) was the first UC Davis finisher for the second week in a row, with junior Julia Lemak (8th, 21:36.8) hot on her heels, crossing just under a second behind for a pair of top-10 finishes — the first for the Aggies this season. Out of the field of over 250 runners, the top five UC Davis women all placed in the first 35 to combine for a team total of 76 points, 15 points ahead of second place Loyola Marymount.   Full Story


5. UCI’s Bzeih Beats the Buzzer with Last-Second Winner
Reema Bzeih’s first career goal came in the most dramatic fashion Friday night in Anteater Stadium scoring in the last second of double overtime to put UC Irvine over the top against Hawai’i, 1-0. Full Story

BONUS (In The Pros) ICYMI: 

Former Titan Davis Crowned MLB's Home Run King
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