Seven players have signed national letters of intent to play for head coach Alex Crozier and the Cal Poly women’s soccer team next season.
The class consists of six California players and one Nevada player.
The list includes Lauren Heer, a midfielder from Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose. Heer was a four-year letter winner and scored six goals in her first three years at Archbishop Mitty.
Allie Bein, a forward from San Ramon Valley High School in Alamo, was a part of team that went 64-15-12 over the past four years and won the Northern California Second Championships twice. She scored 29 goals with 13 assists in high school.
Also signing with Cal Poly were Cynthia Garcia (St. Francis High), Sara Lancaster (Galeno High), Samantha Nerney (Tesoro High), Heather Rouhier (Los Gatos High) and Brook ten Bosch (Woodbridge High).
The Mustangs went 9-9-1 last season after a 14-5-1 record and regular season Big West title in 2009.
Cal Poly 7, Southern Mississippi 0
Sweep for sweep.
A week after getting swept by Washington in singles play, the Mustangs returned the favorite against the Golden Eagles.
Andre Dome defeated Jovan Zeljkovic 6-0, 6-1 to start the match, and the Mustangs kept it rolling from that point on. Brian McPhee beat Julien Roussel 6-2, 6-2, and Jurgen De Jager defeated Stewart Gammill to round out singles play.
In doubles, Dome and Alexander Sonesson defeated Jan Burmeister and Roussel en route to Cal Poly’s third win of the season. The Mustangs are now 3-1.
Cal Poly 7, Stanislaus 0
The Mustangs (2-2) failed to drop a set in their sweep of the Warriors.
The day began with the number one doubles team of Alexa Lee and Jen Cornea defeating Verena Preikschas and Katie Eng of Stanislaus 8-7 in a back-and- forth set. The other two doubles teams won 8-0 in their respective sets.
For the most part, the Mustangs won their sets with scores of 6-0, 6-1, or 6-2. The closest match was at No. 1 singles where Lee defeated Preikschas 6-4, 7-6.
Orange Coast 4, Cuesta 2
The Cougars were held to six hits after getting 15 in a loss to Orange Coast on Thursday.
Cuesta starting pitcher, Jonathon Christensen allowed only one run over seven innings and left with a 2-1 lead.
Orange Coast then scored twice in the eighth off Carson Aprato to take the lead.
Six Cuesta players had hits, and the Cougars’ only extra-base hit was a Michael Camporeale triple.