Kimber Lohman paced the San Francisco State women's soccer team as it beat Humboldt State, 4-0. (Courtesy SFSU Athletics)

Kimber Lohman paced the San Francisco State women's soccer team as it beat Humboldt State, 4-0. (Courtesy SFSU Athletics)

SF State women’s soccer aims for last playoff spot

The San Francisco State University women’s soccer team is closing in on a playoff berth as it sits with two weeks remaining in sixth place, which would represent the lowest seed to enter the CCAA Championships in November. Kimber Lohman played a leading role as the Gators went 1-1 last weekend including a 4-0 win over Humboldt State. The team stands at 7-5-3 with a 4-4-2 mark in conference play.

— The SFSU men’s team is in a more precarious position, sitting four points out of the final playoff spot. Ranier Plantinos scored his fourth goal of the season in the Gators’ 1-1 tie at Sonoma State on Sunday.

— SFSU volleyball lost both its matches last weekend, falling in straight sets to Stanislaus State and Humboldt State. Haley Halpert logged 15 kills over the weekend while Danielle Ryan contributed 10 kills and 17 digs.

— The men’s and women’s cross country teams will race in the CCAA Cross Country Championships in Ontario on Saturday. The team is in its ramp-down phase of the season, so underclassmen paced the team in the Bronco Invite last Saturday, when Myha Castro set a personal best.ccaaCollege Sportssan francisco state athletics

If you find our journalism valuable and relevant, please consider joining our Examiner membership program.
Find out more at www.sfexaminer.com/join/

Just Posted

San Francisco Symphony Music Director Esa-Pekka Salonen and members of the orchestra were thrilled to be back inside Davies Symphony Hall on May 6 in a program for first responders featuring string works by Jean Sibelius, George Walker, Carl Nielsen, Caroline Shaw and Edward Grieg. (Courtesy Stefan Cohen/San Francisco Symphony)
SF Symphony makes joyful return to Davies Hall

Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts program for first responders and community leaders

Students in an after-school community hub move quickly through a social circle as they play a game at the Mission YMCA on Friday, May 7, 2021. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Parents scramble for ‘Summer Together’ spaces

City program offering free camps sees high demand, confusion over enrollment

Calfire (Shutterstock)
Wildfires burn around Northern California during first red flag weekend of the year

Firefighters around the region battled wildfires all day Saturday, starting less than… Continue reading

The Port of San Francisco, which controls much of the The City’s waterfront, faces potential layoffs due to a financial crisis caused by the pandemic. 
Steven Ho/
Special to S.F. Examiner
In a financial ‘crisis,’ SF Port officials lobby for stimulus funding

Looking to right their financial ship, Port of San Francisco officials are… Continue reading

Legislation introduced by Assemblymember Phil Ting has expanded the range of people who can request a gun violence restraining order against someone. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Use of gun violence restraining orders continues to rise

For the fourth year in a row, the number of gun violence… Continue reading

Most Read