A penalty kick goal by Max Alvarez for a second consecutive match helped the Sacramento State men's soccer team to a 1-1 double-overtime tie with visiting Cal Poly on Friday, Sac State reported.
The Hornets (7-4-2, 4-0-1 Big West Conference) had won their previous five matches, all by one goal. The Mustangs are 7-5-1, 2-2-1.
Alvarez scored the game winner on a penalty kick last Sunday in a 1-0 win over UC Riverside.
Against Cal Poly, Alvarez scored in the 49th minute. The Mustangs tied the score in the 66th minute.
The Sacramento State women lost 2-0 to visiting Weber State in a Big Sky match, Sac State reported. The Wildcats (6-9, 4-2) handed the Hornets (5-6-4, 3-2-2) their first conference home loss of the season.
The visiting Long Beach State women scored in the 77th minute to defeat UC Davis 1-0 in a Big West Conference match, UCD reported. The 49ers improved to 10-5, 3-2. The Aggies are 7-6-1, 2-2.
UC Davis volleyball falls to UC Santa Barbara
Devon Damelio turned in a solid performance for the UC Davis women's volleyball team, but it wasn't enough against visiting UC Santa Barbara, which posted a 25-21, 20-25, 25-11, 25-23 Big West Conference victory, UCD reported.
Damelio had 12 kills, 14 digs and four blocks for the Aggies (9-10, 3-3) in their loss to the Gauchos (10-11, 3-3).
Sacramento State fell to 0-5 in Big Sky Conference road matches with a 25-20, 25-16, 20-25, 25-22 loss to Montana (4-14, 2-7) in Missoula, Sac State reported.
Jessie Genger had 16 kills for the Hornets (6-12, 2-7). Janelle Currey (Rocklin High School) and Kayla Beal (Dixon High) each had 10 kills.
The visiting UC Davis (6-8) women's field hockey team lost 3-2 in a nonconference match to Towson (1-13) in College Park, Md., UCD reported.
Bee Sports staff
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