Soccer Team Wins PCAC North with Shut Out of Grossmont
The MSJC women's soccer team picked up a historic victory on Friday as they shut out Grossmont 2-0 to claim just the second soccer conference title in school history.
The Lady Eagles stormed through their final four matches in Pacific Coast Athletic Conference North Division play winning all four contests by shut out. Friday MSJC took the lead late in the first half when Valeria Garcia scored on an assist from Arianna Zarragoza. Stefania Navarrete put the match away for the Lady Eagles in th 85th minute when she scored with help from McKayla Collins. Goal Keeper Riley Ludwig played all 90 minutes in goal for MSJC and came up with eight big saves.
The win gave MSJC a PCAC North record of 7-1 to allow them to finish ahead of second place San Diego Miramar who had a conference mark of 6-1-1. The conference title for soccer was just the second in school history and the first since 1998 when MSJC won the Foothill Conference crown. It is also the school's first PCAC title outside of men's and women's basketball since the Eagles joined the PCAC in 2013.
The Lady Eagles who finished the year with an overall record of 16-3 have now qualified for the CCCAA play-offs three years in a row. MSJC will find out their first round play-off opponent on Tuesday.
The MSJC women's soccer team shut out Grossmont on Friday 2-0 to claim the 2015 Pacific Coast Athletic