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Day two of the 2014 Kingsmen Kickoff Classic featured sister schools in host Cal Lutheran and Pacific Lutheran from Washington state. The battle between the Kingsmen and Lutes went to the home team by a 1-0 margin.
The 2014 Best Western Thousand Oaks Inn Classic hosted by Cal Lutheran at William Rolland Stadium on Sunday was dominated by teams from the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) as all four teams playing posted victories to close out the weekend event.
The first weekend of competition in 2014 for the Cal Lutheran volleyball team spanned two days with four matches at the Pacific Coast Classic in which the Regals won all but one game while going 4-0.
Before an energetic crowd in their season opener the Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team erased an early deficit to equalize the score with Puget Sound in the 81st minute, but when neither team was able to score in 20 extra minutes of play the squads walked away from William Rolland Stadium with a 1-1 draw after 110 minutes of play.
The 2014 Best Western Thousand Oaks Inn Classic hosted by Cal Lutheran featured four women’s soccer games at William Rolland Stadium on Friday. While the day started with a blowout, it ended with an overtime thriller.
A late surge last fall propelled the Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team into the 2013 NCAA Division III Playoffs, ending a long drought. After getting a taste of postseason play the eager Kingsmen enter their 2014 campaign ready to ride the momentum they generated a year ago.
A tradition of winning has helped the Cal Lutheran women’s soccer program to four consecutive Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) titles and NCAA Division III Postseason appearance. Although the line-up will look a little different this year, the goal remains the same.
It is a new year and a new team, but the same goal. Coming off the best showing in program history, by earning a fourth consecutive SCIAC crown in 2014, the 10th in school history, a second straight SCIAC Post Season Tournament title and a sixth Playoff appearance in as many years, yet falling just short of lifting the national trophy, the Cal Lutheran volleyball team is set to return to the court more eager than ever.
There aren’t much better ways to test a new dining facility than feeding around 200 hungry athletes every day. The Cal Lutheran fall sports teams reported to campus this week, and have been working up hearty appetites during their training camps.
The 2014 Cal Lutheran football team will host the second annual Fan Day on Sunday, August 24. The Kingsmen encourage fans of all ages to attend the event and enjoy a mix-and-mingle with the players and coaches at the conclusion of the session.
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