Cal Poly men’s soccer forward David Zamora became Cal Poly’s all-time points leader with a 10th-minute goal, and fellow senior Junior Burgos wrapped up a 2-1 win over UC Davis with another first-half score at Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Sunday.
Zamora’s goal, a header off a cross from Burgos, brought his career point total to 58, one more than former program record-holder Clary Harty (1995-1996).
Already the Mustangs’ career leader with 74 appearances, Zamora needs three goals to tie Harty’s school scoring record.
Going into Wednesday’s home match with UC Santa Barbara, Cal Poly (5-5-3, 2-2-2 Big West Conference) snapped a four-match losing streak and moved to within one point of the Aggies and Cal State Fullerton for third place in the conference standings.
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WOMEN’S SOCCERCal Poly 3, UC Davis 1
With two goals from Whitney Sisler and a third by Morgan Miller, the Mustangs (7-9-1, 1-5 Big West) broke a four-match scoreless and winless streak.
Sisler, who now leads the team with eight goals, scored in the 37th minute and in the 66th. Miller scored just before the half for her second goal of the season.
Cal Poly hadn’t scored since a win over UC Riverside on Oct. 3.
WOMEN’S TENNISCal Poly freshman, doubles team alive at Stanford
Mustangs freshman Jennifer Cornea moved into the round of 16 at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships hosted by Stanford with her third victory in as many days, while the doubles team of Amy Markhoff and Alexa Lee also stayed alive.
Cornea topped Santa Clara’s Kelly Lamble 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 and will face Pacific’s Jenifer Widjaja today.
Lee and Markhoff’s match with Oregon’s Patricia Skowronski and Pavlina Smatova was halted for weather and rescheduled for today.