Another tough loss for Arizona Soccer - Tucson News Now

Another tough loss for Arizona Soccer

Posted: Updated:
  • Most ReadMost ReadMore>>

  • E-cigarette ban goes into effect in Los Angeles

    E-cigarette ban goes into effect in Los Angeles

    Saturday, April 19 2014 11:25 PM EDT2014-04-20 03:25:41 GMT
    Starting today, it will be illegal to take a puff from an electronic cigarette in many public places in Los Angeles,  including inside bars, restaurants, and clubs. LA is the latest in a growing list
     
    Starting today, it will be illegal to take a puff from an electronic cigarette in many public places in Los Angeles,  including inside bars, restaurants, and clubs.





     
  • Rain finally in SE Arizona

    Rain finally in SE Arizona

    Saturday, April 19 2014 11:30 PM EDT2014-04-20 03:30:31 GMT
    Rainfall totals for the latest rainstorm and information of the rainfall so far this year.
    Not a lot of rain for the calendar year so far, but with the gray skies and heavy rain in the state today, if sure looked like we were in for some wet weather in Tucson. Some areas of the metro picked
  • 600 acres burned in lightning-caused fire near Elgin

    Lightning sparks fire near Elgin

    Saturday, April 19 2014 11:34 PM EDT2014-04-20 03:34:14 GMT
    Firefighters are battling flames after a brief lightning storm near Elgin ignited several fires that combined into one on Saturday afternoon, according to Sonoita Fire Department PIO Katie Goodwin. Sonoita
    600 acres outside of Elgin have burned. Sonoita Fire Department is on the scene and more units are on their way.

BERKLEY, CA Arizona women's soccer fell to California, 2-1.

Arizona (5-4-3) offense recorded a total of nine shots with senior Jazmin Ponce leading the team with four, three on goal. Ponce scored her seventh goal of the season to put the Wildcats on the board in the 52nd minute. 

California (9-0-3) jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the third minute after Rachel Mercik recorded her fourth goal of the season. Ifeoma Onumonu scored the Golden Bears second goal in the 71st minute, crediting an assist to Genessee Daughetee. California outshot Arizona, 23-9, with Ariana Martinez and Onumonu leading the team with four.

"Our players did a great job to get back in the game in the second half," head coach Tony Amato said. "We scored a good equalizer as a result but it wasn't enough on the day. We continue to get better and will work to make those hard fought games turn into positive results for us."

In the net, goalkeeper Gabby Kaufman recorded eight saves for the Wildcats while California goalkeeper Emily Kruger recorded four saves.

Copyright 2013 Arizona Athletics. All rights reserved.

Powered by WorldNow