Coyote men’s soccer team took their 2-11 California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) record into Sunday’s game against CSU Dominguez Hills who is 7-4 in Conference play.
The Coyotes and Toros played a one sided game. The Toro’s were too much to handle for the Coyotes, winning the game 2-0.
The Coyotes were held scoreless in the first half. The Toro’s were able to control the offensive side of the ball and held them with no shots on goal in the first half.
In the first half, the Toros shot a ridiculous 15 shots at Goal Keeper Roberto Gonzalez, the Coyotes senior.
Gonzalez saved six shots in the first half, allowing two goals, which gave the Toros a halftime 2-0 lead.
Senior Forward Aaron Salazar scored his 10th goal of the season at the 27th minute of the first half.
His teammate, senior forward Miguel Vazquez, added to the Toros lead with another goal in the 40th minute.
Heading into the second half the Coyotes were looking to gain some control of a one-sided first half.
The Coyotes were able to get six shots off in the second half, two of which were on goal.
The Toros tacked on six additional shots in the second half, increasing the shot total to 21.
The Toros held their 2-0 lead finishing the game’s host Coyotes.
The Coyotes fell to a 4-11-3 overall record for the season, with two games remaining on the schedule.
Nearing the end of the season the Coyote soccer men have a 2-11-1 record in conference play.
The Coyotes have now struggled with losing in their last 11 games and are now 0-6 at Premier Field.
Coyote men’s soccer had a pregame senior day highlighting soccer’s three senior Coyote players.
In the pregame ceremony, Lee Nishanian, Corey Hostetter, and Raul Gomez will be honored for their hard work and dedication and resilient effort towards the Coyote men’s soccer team.
With their many years of hard work on the team, they have now guided the up and coming stars of the team mentoring and helping them grow as a soccer player and a collegiate athlete.
The team has been through a lot this quarter and has made plenty of efforts to try their best at what they love the most, and trying their very best at making representing the coyotes.
Come support your Coyote soccer men at their final home game in their efforts to beat Chico State in the California Collegiate Athletic Association.
Let’s go Yotes!