Last week a number of Cal Lutheran administrators attended the 2015 NCAA Convention in Washington D.C. where legislation was a key topic of conversation, not only for Division I programs, but at the D-III level as well.
Six Cal Lutheran student-athletes were selected to The Star's College First Team of the Fall in 2014. Earning accolades were Allie Eason (volleyball), Robert Foy (football), Zach Graper (men's water polo), Nick Isham (football), Zack Larson(men's soccer) and Kali Youngdahl (women's soccer).
The Cal Lutheran women’s soccer team was honored for their hard work in the classroom this past year after earning the 2013-14 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) College Team Academic Award.
The SCIAC Postseason Women's Soccer Tournament championship game was even after double overtime, forcing a penalty kick shootout. Redlands defeated Cal Lutheran 4-2 to earn a tournament title and an automatic berth into the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championships.
In the SCIAC Postseason Women’s Soccer Tournament, hosted at No. 2 Cal Lutheran on Saturday, Nov. 8, the No. 4 Redlands Bulldogs upset the Regals in penalty kicks to advance to the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championships while the season for CLU came to a close at William Rolland Stadium this afternoon.
The Cal Lutheran women’s soccer team has found a way to score when it has counted most, and tonight in the SCIAC Postseason Tournament Semifinal game, there was no exception to that trend as the Regals defeated Pomona-Pitzer 2-1 at Rolland Stadium.
Cal Lutheran women's soccer placed second in the SCIAC standings and will host one of two SCIAC Postseason Tournament Semifinal games. At 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 5 inside of William Rolland Stadium CLU will host Pomona-Pitzer, the third seed, while Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, the 2014 champions, is set to play fourth-seeded Redlands on their home field.
The Cal Lutheran women’s soccer team finally had their unbeaten streak come to an end on Saturday, after Chapman upset the Regals 1-0 at Rolland Stadium on Senior Night. Despite the loss, the Regals locked up the No. 2 seed for the SCIAC Post Season Tournament; however, they were denied a chance for their fifth straight conference title.