CCSF women’s soccer season ends in second-round

The City College of San Francisco women’s soccer team had its season halted on Tuesday, when it lost 2-0 to Santa Rosa in the second round of the playoffs. The Rams finished the season 13-3-4. All-American sophomore Jesse Bareilles scored 33 goals on the year, which is a CCSF single-season record. She also set a new mark for most points with 72. Bareilles claimed both records from Paloma Zermeno.

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