Soccer Match With Miramar Ends in Tie

​The MSJC women's soccer team continued play in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference North Division on Friday and came away with a draw against visiting San Diego Miramar.heatherfuruyaforMiramr1-18.jpg

The Lady Eagles scored first when Heather Furuya scored in the 14th minute on an assist from Miriam Mota.  The Jets would score in the 20th minute to tie the match and that would be all of the scoring for the first half.  In the second Miramar took the lead as they scored again in the 66th minute.  With time running down in the match, Furuya and Mota once again hooked up in the 87th minute to tie the score at 2 all and that is how the match would end.

Sarah Sawyer and Tiana​ Torres shared time in goal with Sawyer picking up 4 saves and Torres 3.

The draw moves MSJC's PCAC North record to 1-1-1- on the year they are 1-4-2 overall.  Miramr is now also 1-1-1 in conference play they are 1-4-1 for the season.  The Lady Eagles will be back in action twice this week as they travel to San Marcos on Tuesday to take on Palomar and return home to Menifee on Friday to host College of the Desert.  Palomar will enter play Tuesday 0-3 in the conference while Friday's opponent, Desert is 2-1 in the PCAC North standings.  After three matches it's San Bernardino Valley leading the way in the league at 3-0.

MSJC's Heather Furuya had two goals on Friday as the MSJC soccer team played to a draw with San Diego Miramar.  The Lady Eagles now 1-1-1 in conference play this year will play at Palomar on Wednesday before returning home to Menifee on Friday for a 3 pm match withe College of the Desert.  (DeeAnn Bradley/MSJC)