By Yesica Chavez | Staff Writer CSUSB Coyotes men's soccer lost in double overtime to the Sonoma State University (SSU) Seawolves on Oct. 29 at the Coyote Premier Field, which cost them a spot in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) tournament. "We lead them through the game and they scored in overtime," explained Coyote defender Daniel Looker. Starting off the first half, Coyote midfielder Robert Wagner missed his first attempted shot. The Seawolves then took control of the ball. Seawolves defender Dylan Stafford, then made a header goal giving his team a 1-0 lead. The Coyotes attempted to redeem themselves, when Wagner attempted to make his second … [Read more...] about Soccer falls in double overtime
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By Loydie Burmah |Staff Writer| The CSUSB Coyote men's soccer team started off their nonconference opener season winning four games, but it was short lived. Their victories were followed by four losses in the California Collegiate Athletics Association (CCAA). On Sept. 4, the Coyotes, led by head coach Steve Ralos defeated the Academy of Arts Urban Knights 4-1 in San Francisco. Freshman midfielder Tony Lo opened with the Coyotes first goal within 11 minutes of the first half by taking advantage of the Urban Knights open net. Lo found his opening when the Urban Knights goalkeeper came out high from the goal box. Senior midfielder Juan Carlos Gonzalez scored two more goals in … [Read more...] about Mens soccer 4 up, 4 down
By Ryan Libby |Staff Writer| Surely healthy eating habits can be hard to maintain, especially for college students, so are diets the best option? When most people think about losing weight they think about going on a diet however, that does not have to be the case. Professor Dr. Dorthy Chen Maynard talks about changing one’s lifestyle as opposed to thinking of their weight loss mission as a diet. “Eat anything you want, but stop eating when you’re satisfied,” said Chen Maynard. What one can do is when they attend a restaurant grab a to-go box first and take half of the food away and save the other half for later. Spacing your meals and eating smaller portions throughout the … [Read more...] about Is dieting the answer?
By Megan Acuna|Staff Writer| Tanner Olinger modestly describes himself as “just a hard working student athlete.” The Washington native has had a stellar four years playing goalkeeper for our Coyote men’s soccer team. “I’ve played soccer since I was four and I enjoyed every second,” said Olinger. This season ended with a shutout win against CSU East Bay and with Olinger only having had allowed nine goals which gave him a .845 saves percentage with 48 saves out of 59 shots on goal. This phenomenal performance gained him recognition when he was awarded first-team All-CCAA honors for this season. “I was a little bit surprised considering we didn’t make post season this year but … [Read more...] about Olinger earns first team All-CCAA honors
By Megan Acuna | Staff Writer A heartbreaking goal in the final 15 minutes of the Coyote men’s soccer team’s game gave them their 4th loss of the season. The game was at home on the Coyote’s Premier Field against CSU Stanislaus. This loss brought the Coyotes’ overall record to 4-4-7 and 4-4-5 in CCAA. With two games left in the season on Oct. 26 and 28, the Coyotes are looking to end their season on a high note against Cal State Monterey Bay at Cal State East Bay, both games are away. The recent loss also means that the Coyotes are now out of contention for CCAA Tournament play, but with the upcoming games against Monterey Bay and East Bay the Coyotes “are attempting to earn a … [Read more...] about Men’s soccer suffers heartbreak as loss keeps them out of playoffs