Throughout the 2019 women’s soccer season, the San Diego Mesa College women’s soccer team in most part dominated their opponent. In November, prior to last night’s quarterfinal game against Citrus College, the Olympians have only surrendered one goal.
The fall sports are nearing the halfway point and with most of the programs deep into Pacific Coast Athletic Conference play it's time to name the Athletes-of-the-Month for September. Athletes from San Diego Mesa College, Palomar College, MiraCosta College and Grossmont College all were chosen for the month of September.
RIVERSIDE - In the first California Community College Sports Information Association (CCCSIA) women’s soccer poll of the 2019 season, it is Fresno City that takes over the top spot by a sizable amount of votes. Cypress followed at second overall, while Lake Tahoe was edged for third overall.
The San Diego Mesa College women’s soccer team currently sits atop the conference with an unblemished 4-0 record. Even more impressive, the team is currently ranked #1 in the state in power points ahead of San Bernardino Valley College and Folsom Lake.
After a thrilling 2-0 victory against Southwestern College, we caught up with head coach Todd Curran after the game.
With this victory, the women advance to play against Santa Barbara City College on Saturday.
The 2018 San Diego Mesa women’s soccer team didn’t finish the regular season the way they had hoped.
The Olympians finished with a 10-4-5 overall record and failed to receive an automatic berth into the Southern California Regional Playoffs.