Women's Soccer Earns Second Straight Shut Out

The MSJC soccer team wrapped up their dominate week with a 5-0 win on the road at Imperial Valley, that win came on the heels of an 11-0 win over Cuyumaca on Tuesday.arianaserrato-wsoc-17.jpg

Friday's match at Imperial saw the Lady Eagles jump out to a fast start when Heather Furuya scored on an assist from Morgan Schaaf just five minutes into the match.  Emily Guzman then struck again with help from Ariana Serrato just 4 minutes later and MSJC led 2-0.  The quick start wasn't over yet as Serrato scored a goal of her own just 3 minutes later with an assist from Andrea Perez and MSJC led 3-0 after just 12 minutes.  Schaaf would add a goal and Furuya would score her second of the day at the 56 and 58 minute marks both off assists from Tiana Torres to round out the scoring on the day.  High winds in Imperial cut the match short as the teams were called off the field after 70 minutes.

Tuesday's home match was one for the record books as Serrato scored 7 goals of her own in the easy win over Cuyumaca.  Schaaf had two goals on Tuesday while Furuya and Jasmine Toris each scored once.

MSJC, who is now 7-6-1 overall on the season will host Grossmont Tuesday on the Menifee Campus at 3 pm.  Tuesday's match wraps up the Lady Eagles cross-over series with teams from the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference's South Division.  On Friday MSJC will travel to San Bernardino Valley to resume play in the PCAC-North.  Heading into Friday's contest MSJC is 3-1-1 in conference matches while SBVC currently holds down first place at 5-0.

Ariana Serrato scored 8 goals in two games last week to lead the MSJC women's soccer team to a pair of shut out wins.  Serrato scored 7 goals on Tuesday against Cuyumaca in an 11-0 win and added another Friday as MSJC defeated Imperial Valley 5-0.