CCSF soccer teams have yet to lose a conference game — College Roundup

City College of San Francisco’s men’s soccer team stretched its winning streak to four on Friday, when the Rams beat Foothill College 3-1. David Salas netted the first score in the 13th minute off a Romario Gamez assist. Alejandro Sorto extended the lead with a helper from goalie Taylor Bailey. Gamez assisted on the final goal, which was scored by Alejandro Perez. The Rams (7-0-2, 3-0-1) return to action this Friday at home against Chabot.

The CCSF women’s soccer team beat Chabot on Friday in a home match. The Rams piled on seven goals en route to a 7-2 victory. City hasn’t lost any of its last five games (4-0-1), when its averaged 4.6 goals per game. The team returns to action on Friday at Foothill College.

ART U

Gatien Airiau, a graduate student at the Academy of Art University, was named NCAA Division II National Athlete of the Week by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. He earned the nod by winning Lewis’ Conference Cross-Over, which includes about 350 runners and eight nationally ranked programs.

USF

The University of San Francisco Athletic Department has a big Saturday planned this weekend, when it will host a three-part event to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Title IX as well as the university’s first female national champion. The Title IX Reception starts at 1 p.m. at War Memorial at the Sabrato Center. After the conclusion of the reception, Athletic Director Scott Sidwell will join national champion Charlotte Taylor and other speakers for the main event. After that, USF’s women’s soccer team will play in its Think Pink Night at Negoesco Stadium at 7 p.m.

SFSU

Unfazed by falling behind early, San Francisco State University’s men’s soccer team rallied to beat Cal State San Marcos on Sunday. The victory brings the Gators’ record to 8-1-2 overall and 3-1-2 in conference play. With four games remaining against teams ahead of it in the playoffs, SFSU could make a rush for a playoffs spot.

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