Cougars Settle for 0-0 Tie Against CSUDH
10/19/2018 | Women’s Soccer | Box Score
SAN MARCOS, Calif. – For the second time this season, the Cal State San Marcos women’s soccer team had to settle for a 0-0 draw, this time at the hands of Cal State Dominguez Hills on Friday at The Cage.
HOW IT HAPPENED •CSUSM’s best scoring chance came in the 89th minute on a direct kick by Madyson Brown inside the circle that went wide.
•Brown’s second chance came in the 96th minute on a direct kick off center just outside the penalty box that went straight to the DH keeper.
QUICK KICKS •CSUSM moves to 6-5-3 (5-2-2 CCAA) on the season while the Toros are now 2-9-3 (1-6-2 CCAA)
•The Cougars held a 5-1 shot advantage in the first half, finishing at 9-6 with CSUSM on top.
•CSUSM tallied six corner kicks to CSUDH’s three in the contest.
•With the tie, the Cougars receive one point and move to 17 points on the season. They are currently tied with San Francisco State for fourth in the CCAA standings.
•Yesenia Betancourt recorded three saves in the game.
.@CSUSM_WSoc Head Coach Bobby Renneisen breaks down today’s 0-0 draw against @TorosAthletics. #BleedBlue4Decade2 #goCCAA #NCAAd2 pic.twitter.com/ukYjENX2Ko
– CSUSM Athletics (@CSUSMcougars) October 19, 2018
The Cougars host their final home game of 2018 on Sunday, Oct. 21 against Cal State L.A. at 11:30 a.m. Prior to kickoff, there will be a ceremony honoring CSUSM’s five seniors: Caitlin Gharibeh, Elizabeth Maass, Jessica Moreno, Jenna Hernandez and Amy Wilson.