Women’s Soccer Shut Out Again in Monterey

The Eagles lost 1-0 against head coach Erin Brunelle's former team.

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Colie Martin (15), Sarah Jeffries (16) and Katelyn Penner (8) fight for possession against Cal State San Marcos on Sept. 6, 2018. Courtesy George Rodriguez/Biola Athletics

Colie Martin (15), Sarah Jeffries (16) and Katelyn Penner (8) fight for possession against Cal State San Marcos on Sept. 6, 2018. Courtesy George Rodriguez/Biola Athletics

Colie Martin (15), Sarah Jeffries (16) and Katelyn Penner (8) fight for possession against Cal State San Marcos on Sept. 6, 2018. Courtesy George Rodriguez/Biola Athletics


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Two days after heading south and tying Cal State San Marcos, Biola women’s soccer hit the road again, traveling to northern California to play Cal State Monterey Bay. Despite the change in location, the story remained the same for the Eagles, as they were shut out for the second time in three games in a 1-0 loss to the Otters.

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