ROHNERT PARK Two of the region's top women's soccer programs remained unbeaten after finishing in a 2-2 draw. Cal State Stanislaus' Katelyn Nebesnick scored with 45 seconds left to force overtime, and the Warriors ended in a tie with host Sonoma State.
That means No. 11 Stanislaus (4-0-1, 2-0-1 CCAA) and No. 15 Sonoma State (4-0-1, 2-0-1 CCAA) stayed notched atop the California Collegiate Athletic Association standings. Cara Curtain scored both goals for the Seawolves, who come to Turlock on Oct. 27. Sabrina Williamson got the Warriors on the scoreboard with her first goal of the season. Stanislaus goalkeeper Chelsea Lewandowski finished with eight saves.
SONOMA STATE 2, CSUS MEN 0 The Seawolves scored both their goals in the second half to shut out the Warriors (1-3-1, 0-3 CCAA).
MJC WOMEN 1, SOLANO 1 Solano scored with 10 minutes left to tie the game 1-1. Modesto Junior College's Marissa Rouse scored off of an assist from Keisha Watson in the first half. Flor Castro had six saves, keeping Modesto unbeaten at 4-0-3.
MJC MEN 3, OHLONE 0 The Pirates stayed perfect with a shutout. Carlos Garcia had a goal and assist, Elias Venegas scored a goal and Christian Angola knocked in a penalty shot to complete the scoring for MJC (6-0). Edgar Martinez had four saves.
WARRIORS SWEPT Stanislaus was swept in Hayward, falling in straight sets to Cal State East Bay, 25-19, 25-20, 25-14. The Warriors (3-7, 0-2 CCAA) travel to Monterey Bay tonight.
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PIRATES DROP PAIR MJC fell twice, 7-6 to San Mateo and 13-3 to Diablo Valley, at the West Valley tournament. The Pirates (2-5) finish with two games today.