The Cal Poly men’s soccer team beat San Francisco 2-0 Friday night at Alex G. Spanos Stadium.
Chris Bernardi scored from 10 yards out right before halftime, and Connor Drechsler headed in a pass from Mike Hocker in the beginning of the second half for Cal Poly (5-2).
The Mustangs outshot San Francisco 25-9, including 14-3 in the second half. Matt LaGrassa had six shots for Cal Poly, and Wade Hamilton made three saves.
Chase Hauser had six saves for San Francisco (3-3-1).
Oregon State 3, Cal Poly 0
Jenna Richardson scored her first two goals of the season to lead the Beavers over the Mustangs in Corvallis, Ore.
Erin Uchacz added an insurance goal midway through the second half for Oregon State (2-6-1). Sammy Jo Prudhomme made nine saves to shut out the Mustangs.
Cal Poly (4-3) outshot Oregon State 16-14, including six by Elise Krieghoff.
Arizona State 3, Cal Poly 0
The 18th-ranked Sun Devils swept the Mustangs 25-19, 25-14, 25-19 at the Arizona State Marriott Invitational.
Senior Chelsea Hardin led the Mustangs (4-7) with eight kills, followed by Taylor Gruenewald, who had six, and Jennifer Keddy with five.
Keddy also had four blocks, and Megan McConnell led the Mustangs with 11 digs.
The Mustangs will return to the court today at 10 a.m. when they take on Louisiana-Monroe.
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Cuesta at West Valley Tournament
Cuesta beat Ohlone 13-0 in its first game of the day. The Cougars led 10-0 at the end of the first period.
Haley Shafer had three goals, and Temma Curry and Paige Holt each had two goals for Cuesta.
Holt made four saves in goal for a combined shutout with Gabrielle Zimmerman, who had five saves. The win moved Cuesta to 6-0 on the season, which tied the best start in program history.
Cuesta failed to set a record for best start after losing in the second game 8-6 to Cabrillo. Six different players scored for Cuesta, and Zimmerman had seven saves.
Cuesta 37, West Hills 12
Brothers Julian and Jacob Purdy each had pins as the Cougars won their season opener.
Julian Purdy was in the 141-pound division, and Jacob Purdy wrestled at 149.
Jovan Villalobos at 184 and Geoff Merker at 197 each had second-period pins for Cuesta.
Michael Clemmensen won by technical fall at 133, and Josh Cortes won by technical fall at 157 for Cuesta.