CCSF football extends win-streak to five — College Roundup

City College of San Francisco extended its football winning streak to five on Saturday by beating Santa Rosa Junior College, 54-7. Isaiah Floyd continued his impressive freshman season by running for 162 yards on 13 attempts, including the first touchdown of the game less than two minutes into the game. Quarterback Zach Masoli passed for a pair of touchdowns and 217 yards. Before the game, CCSF honored the victims of the wildfires in the North Bay. This Saturday, the Rams play at San Mateo with first place in the conference at stake.

SFSU

With two matches remaining on the schedule, San Francisco State University’s men’s soccer team has to win out to give itself a shot at the playoffs. The Gators beat Cal State San Bernardino on Sunday, 4-2, to improve to 9-4-2 (4-4-2 CCAA). Richard Leon put his team on the board in the seventh minute by hitting the top-left corner of the net. The match went into halftime tied, but SFSU took control in the second half. The Gators play at home against Humboldt State today. If they are able to make the CCAA playoffs, it’ll represent their first trip in school history.

USF

Ranked No. 4 in the nation, the University of San Francisco women’s cross country team is aiming to make the most of when it hosts the WCC Championship this weekend. The event will be held at Metropolitan Golf Links in Oakland. Weronika Pyzik and Marie Bouchard will compete to outdo themselves from last year, when they both finished in the top five. Also competing will be senior Charlotte Taylor, Isabelle Brauer, Tatjana Schulte, Valerie Almanza, Lizzie Bird, Lea Meyer and Alena Ulrichova.

Art U

Academy of Art University’s cross-country teams each earned second place at the Pacific West Conference Championships over the weekend. Seven athletes from Art U (three women, four men) earned spots on the All-PacWest Teams. Swann Phelippeau and Gatien Airiau each claimed third in their respective races.

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