Anteaters collect 2-1 victory over UC Riverside

October 19, 2002

UC Irvine's women's soccer team was a 1-0 winner Friday night as

the Anteaters turned back UC Riverside in Big West Conference play at

Anteaters Stadium.

Freshman Tiffany Scheibley broke up the scoreless duel in the 68th

minute with her first collegiate goalwhen she penetrated the

Riverside box and drove in an unassisted header.

The victory gives the Anteaters, 9-5-1 overall, a 3-1-1 Big West


mark. UC Riverside drops to 6-6-1, 3-0-1 in the Big West.

The Anteaters outshot Riverside, 18-6, 11-1 in the first half, and

dominated in terms of corner kicks, 9-2.

Sophomore goalkeeper Chelsea McCarthy had two saves in recording

her second shutout.

The Anteaters host the Cal State Fullerton titans at 1 pm. on


JC WOMEN: Pirates rally for 3-1 victory

The Orange Coast College women's soccer team rallied from a 1-0

halftime deficit to post a 3-1 Orange Empire Conference win Friday at

Santiago Canyon in Orange.

Freshman Rosie Dobbs pulled OCC even, sophomore Jaycee Mahler

scored the game-winner and sophomore Nikki Saenz added an insurance

tally for the Pirates (13-1-1, 9-1-0 in conference), ranked No. 4 in


Vanessa Rocha had two assists and Mahler added one for the

winners, who host defending conference champion Cypress in an OEC

crucial Tuesday at 3 p.m. Cypress handed OCC its only conference

defeat in the schools' first meeting.

JC MEN: Bucs outscore Riverside, 5-4

Derek Martell and Miguel Ochoa each had one goal and one assist to

help Orange Coast College knock off a pesky Riverside foe, 5-4,

Friday afternoon in Orange Empire Conference action on the OCC


The Pirates had to erase one-goal deficits in the early stages of

the first half as the Tigers (5-7-4, 2-5-0 in the OEC) capitalized on

the few opportunities they created.

Martell and Muluwa Manda scored Coast's first two goals and Ochoa

gave the Pirates their first lead two minutes before halftime, off an

assist from Stan Duke.

Juan Cervantes and Dante Zena got the final two OCC goals two

minutes apart to stretch the lead to 5-3.

Coast (11-3-2, 4-1-2) is at Santiago Canyon on Tuesday at 3 p.m.

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