The CCSF women’s soccer team has been impressive all season, including Tuesday when it won, 2-0. (Marcus Tolero/CCSF Athletics)

CCSF women’s soccer beats Cabrillo, moves to 9-1-3

The City College of San Francisco women’s soccer team beat Cabrillo, 2-0, on Tuesday.

Rebecca Killmartin and Angelica Gonzalez were responsible for the scoring as the Rams moved to 9-1-3 with a 4-0-1 conference record.

CCSF has another home game this weekend when it plays West Valley on Friday.

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The CCSF men’s soccer secured a bounceback win over Chabot, 2-1, on Friday.

Bobakr Hussein netted a goal off the bench in the 43rd minute. Jerry Barajas scored the winner five minutes later.

CCSF tied Evergreen Valley College on Tuesday, 2-2. Tobi Oladapo and Jesper Hauch were responsible for the goals.

The Rams are 8-4-2 with a 5-1-2 record in conference play.

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CCSF volleyball won a pair of matches over the weekend, sweeping both Napa and San Mateo, respectively.

CCSF was led by Kijana Best, who logged 37 kills over the two contests. Jennifer Quarters-Styles added 33 kills and Pamela Dungo had 73 total assists.

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The water polo team, which is new to this season, lost to Las Positas on Friday after moving to .500 earlier in the week.

Ashley Davis emerged as a top performer, scoring 11 goals with six steals and an assist.

The Rams play their second-to-last regular season match today at Foothill.

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