The Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team concluded its home schedule with a 3-1 loss against first place Redlands in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) matchup at Rolland Stadium on Monday night.
On the back end of a SCIAC doubleheader with the Regals tonight, the Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team hosted Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in what seemed like a déjà vu game. A late first half penalty kick was followed by a second half goal apiece in a 2-1 loss tonight for the Violet and Gold.
On a colorful night at William Rolland Stadium, the outcome between the Cal Lutheran and La Verne men’s soccer teams was second to the spirit and enthusiasm that came with a Childhood Cancer Awareness Night co-sponsored by CLU and Cancer Fit, Inc. The SCIAC showdown between the Kingsmen and Leopards went to the visiting squad by a 2-0 margin.
Childhood Cancer Awareness month (September) has come to a close, but providing information and spreading awareness never really ends. On Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015, both the Cal Lutheran men’s and women’s soccer teams will take time to celebrate and recognize their Cancer Fit, Inc. draftees prior to and during halftime of their respective games.
Just 48 hours removed from its second consecutive double overtime contest, the Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team was back in SCIAC action on the road tonight. At Occidental, facing a Tigers’ team that was coming off its first loss of the year, the Kingsmen came up short, dropping a 3-0 decision.
The second round of SCIAC men’s soccer action got underway tonight as Cal Lutheran hosted Pomona-Pitzer. After an overtime affair in the first meeting of the year, it was déjà vu with the Sagehens coming out victorious again, 2-1 in double overtime, tonight at William Rolland Stadium.
In a weekend Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) matchup against Whittier, the Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team dropped a heartbreaker, 3-2 in double overtime against the Poets at Rolland Stadium.
As the month of September comes to a close so does Childhood Cancer Awareness month, which for two Cal Lutheran fall teams has more meaning than ever before. Both the men’s soccer and women’s soccer teams drafted a childhood cancer survivor through Cancer Fit, Inc. as part of their team in 2015 and that has made an impact on all involved.