CCSF women’s soccer beats Cañada

Local college sports roundup

City College of San Francisco beat Cañada, 3-0, on Tuesday. Jesse Bareilles continued her impressive season by scoring two while Daniela Gutierrez netted the other. The Rams are now 5-1-2.

Women’s tennis

Academy of Art sophomores Alma Thell-Lenntory and Klara Thell-Lenntorp, the No. 1 seeded doubles team in the ITA Western Regional Championships, justified their high ranking by winning the tournament. The twins won five-straight matches to earn the distinction.

Golf

Oskar Frick, of the Academy of Art, finished tied for second in the Western Washington Invitational by firing a two-under-par 70. His outing included three birdies and an eagle as he competed against 95 individuals.

Art U junior Sterling Hawkins carded a career-best 69 (3-under-par) to clinch the Dixie State Invitational. The team finished third in the event.

Men’s soccer

CCSF beat Gavilan, 6-1, on Tuesday. Gian Marco Zacanaro and Tobi Oladapo each scored a pair of goals. The match marked the Rams’ second-straight victory after handling Cañada on Friday.

Art U was victorious over Holy Names on Monday on the strength of goals by Jake Walter and Bobby Gutierrez. The Urban Knights have won two of their last three matches.

Women’s volleyball

CCSF lost to defending state champion Cabrillo, 3-0, last weekend. Jennifer Quarter-Styles logged 12 kills for the Rams while Pamela Dungo distributed 21 assists. CCSF is now 10-2 overall.

Academy of Art was defeated  by Domincan, 3-2, on Monday at Kezar Pavillion. Melissa Brum led the way with 23 kills and Lilika Teu had 56 assists. The Urban Knights plays next in Hawaii for a road trip with three stops.

Water polo

CCSF lost both of its games last week. Sophomore goalie Emily Schattenburg had 38 combined saves in the matches against College of San Mateo and Merced College. The Rams return to action today and sit at 2-2.

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