October 29, 2020
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By Jessica Olvera
Assistant Sports Editor

Though it has a losing record for the season, a win over No. 10 Cal State LA Oct. 9 and a double-overtime tie against No. 25 Cal Poly Pomona Oct. 17 means the CSUDH women’s soccer team still has life in its quest to return to the postseason for the first time since 2009, the year they were runner-up in the Division II championship

With six games remaining, and a possible total of 18 points, the Toros will need some help but as they trail the current final seed by only five points, there is a chance.

The Toros (2-3-1) have home games against top-seeded UC San DiegoOct. 31, and Nov. 2 against Cal State San Marcos. The four road matchups include only one team, San Francisco State, not a playoff hopeful.

East Bay is three points ahead of the Toros, and Monterey Bay and Humboldt State are both one point behind the Toros.

“Its [this season] has been a very good learning experience for myself and wehave had so much adversity early, so it was a struggle for the first five games not having what I considered my first team lineup,” head coach Marine Cano said.

“At this time, right now, we are almost there in terms of a full healthy team where everything is clicking.”

Cano said that it is frustrating for the players and coaching staff when they tie against opponents but admires the “never quit” attitude of the young team.

“This is the best I’ve felt since August 19, with them [players] getting their style since it has taken so long with them getting Cano’s style, but now it’s their personal style and we fear no one,” Cano said. “This weekend’s playoff weekend, don’t talk the talk or walk the walk, we’re sprinting the sprint.Two wins, nothing less.”

The Toros travel to East Bay on Friday and Monterey Bay on Sunday before coming home next weekend to host UC San Diego and San Marcos.

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