The USF men's soccer team is heading to the NCAA Tournament. (Courtesy USF Athletics)

USF men’s soccer earns berth to NCAA Tournament for first time since 2008 — College Roundup

For the first time since 2008, University of San Francisco’s men’s soccer team is heading to the NCAA Tournament. The Dons won six consecutive matches to earn the berth. Junior Sean Bowman won WCC Player of the Week for his two-goal effort against Loyola Marymount in the final regular-season game. They’ll play Cal on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in Berkeley.

CCSF

City College of San Francisco’s football team wrapped up its regular season with a 58-point win over Contra Costa College on Saturday. The Rams were led by quarterback Zach Masoli, who completed 14-of-17 passes with four touchdowns. Isaiah Floyd added 224 yards on the ground. He’s 101 yards short of breaking CCSF’s single-season all-time rushing record. Floyd will get a chance in the Rams’ final game of the season, when they play in the Capital City Bowl Game against Sacramento City College.

SFSU

The men’s basketball team at San Francisco State University started its season 2-0 by beating two local opponents. On Friday, the Gators bested Academy of Art University — 66-63 — after overcoming a 17-point deficit. Evan Zeller and Chiefy Ugbaja each scored 14 points in the contest. The next day, SFSU outscored Dominican University — 92-88. Zeller scored a career-high 26 points.

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