The SFSU men's soccer team finished its regular season on a hot streak. (Courtesy SFSU Athletics)

SFSU men’s soccer wins final three matches of season

The San Francisco State men’s soccer team won all three of its matches last week to finish with a 9-6-2 overall record and a 5-5-2 mark in league. This season was the first non-losing record for the Gators in the CCAA since they joined the league in 1998. The wins also ensured their first back-to-back winning seasons since 1978-80.

The women’s soccer team just missed on a chance to participate in the CCAA Soccer Championships after going 1-2 in their final week of the season. The Gators finished 8-7-3 (4-6-2 in CCAA), which is still reason to celebrate as it marks their first back-to-back winning campaigns since 2002-03.

The SFSU volleyball team lost a pair of road matches last weekend. They lost to Chico State and Stanislaus State with Christine Johnson leading the way with 17 kills and 27 digs over the weekend.

The men’s and women’s cross country teams will both race in the NCAA Division II West Region Championships this weekend. College Sports

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