The Cal Poly men’s soccer team played two 45-minute halves and two 10-minute overtime periods but could not come away with a goal as it tied Drake 0-0 on Friday night at Spanos Stadium.
Cal Poly had eight shots in both halves and three in the first overtime period, six of which were on goal.
Wade Hamilton only needed to make three saves to record a shutout for the Mustangs (5-2-2).
Saint Mary’s 2, Cal Poly 1, OT
An overtime goal by Saint Mary’s sunk Cal Poly’s hopes of completing a comeback.
The Mustangs (4-6-0), tied the score with 16 minutes to go in regulation, on a free kick by Elise Krieghoff.
Saint Mary’s then took three minutes to win in the ensuing overtime, with a goal by Samantha Dion.
Cal Poly was down a player from the 33rd minute on, after being issued a red card on a Gaels’ breakaway.
Mustangs goalkeeper Alyssa Giannetti had seven saves, giving her 246 for her career, second-best in school history.
Cuesta 0, Moorpark 0
Mikayla Lewis had 15 saves to preserve the tie for the Cougars (5-3-1), in their first Western State Conference game of the season.
Cuesta mustered six shots on goal and controlled the midfield, but it wasn’t enough to win.
The Cougars next game is Tuesday against Oxnard.
Women’s Water Polo
Rachel Gruetzmacher led the Cougars with five goals in two games as Cuesta beat San Mateo 11-2 in its first game and San Joaquin Delta in 11-8 in the second game.
Sam Baker and Shanae Lauridsen had three goals each and Marti-rae Grois and Baker combined for eight saves as they shut out San Mateo through the first three quarters.
Gruetzmacher was the top scorer in the second game as she had four goals. Shannon Rees and America Hall added two goals apiece.
Grois added nine more saves for a two-game total of 16 for the Cougars (9-3), who wrap up the tournament today against Cabrillo and West Valley College.