The Mountain Lions earned their first victory of the season Friday night, holding on to defeat the Virginia Destroyers 20-17 in Virginia Beach, Va.
Virginia was driving toward midfield when time expired.
Sacramento avenged a 37-29 loss to the Destroyers two weeks ago in Virginia Beach. Both teams are 1-3.
The Mountain Lions have little time to celebrate, as they visit Omaha on Tuesday night. Sacramento lost to the Nighthawks 24-20 in the Mountain Lions' season opener at Raley Field.
After facing Omaha, Sacramento will be off until hosting Virginia on Nov. 2.
UCD 10th in golf tourney
Demi Runas and Amy Simanton of the No. 4 UC Davis women's golf team fired 2-over-par 73s to tie for 25th place after the first round of the Stanford Intercollegiate, UCD reported. The Aggies are 10th in the highly competitive tournament.
UC Davis, which shot a 10-over 295, is nine strokes off the pace set by third-ranked USC. Unranked Oregon State is one shot back in second, followed by No. 13 Vanderbilt, and No. 32 Stanford and No. 15 Oklahoma State.
Tying for the individual lead at 69 were Doris Chen of USC, Cassy Isagawa of Oregon and Josephine Janson of Oklahoma State.
The Sacramento State women's soccer team (5-8-4, 3-4-2 Big Sky Conference) was eliminated from postseason contention with a 3-1 loss to first-place Portland State (8-7-3, 6-2-1) in Portland, Ore., according to Sac State's athletics website. Elece McBride scored for the Hornets.
Marko Madaras and Stephen Loomis each scored four goals to help No. 8 Pepperdine (9-6) break loose from an early 2-2 tie to take a 19-9 win over No. 16 UC Davis (11-11) in men's collegiate water polo action at Schaal Aquatics Center, UCD reported.
Bee Sports staff