April 1, 2014 > Second Half Scoring Sprees Pace Pioneers to Sunday Wins
Second Half Scoring Sprees Pace Pioneers to Sunday Wins
Submitted By Scott Chisholm
Cal State East Bay capped off its weekend schedule with victories over La Verne and Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) opponent San Bernardino on March 23rd at the Thompson Aquatics Center. The Pioneer offense tallied 30 goals on the day highlighted by a team-high nine from senior Sara Hudyn.
Cal State East Bay 14, Cal State San Bernardino 6 Ð F
The Coyotes pulled even with the Pioneers midway through the second quarter after converting back-to-back 6-on-5 chances. Cal State East Bay responded with three unanswered goals to spark an 8-1 scoring run to put Cal State San Bernardino away for good for the second time this season.
Cal State East Bay 16, La Verne 9 Ð F
The Leopards battled the Pioneers tough through the first three quarters tying the game 4-4 in the second frame and trailed by a slim 8-7 margin late in the third quarter. Hudyn and Allison Zell scored on back-to-back possessions extending CSUEBÕs lead to 10-7 by the end of the period. Both scored again early in the fourth along with teammate Taylor Cross to take a 13-7 advantage and put the game out of reach.