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Sampson to Provide Spanish-Language Commentary at FIFA World Cup Starting with Thursday’s opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, fourth-year Cal Poly men’s soccer head coach Steve Sampson will provide Spanish-language color commentary of select games for Fútbol de Primera radio from the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Full Story
Cal Poly Signs Three MLS Academy Players to National Letters of Intent The Cal Poly men’s soccer team strengthened both its attack and defense for future seasons on Wednesday afternoon with the announcement from fourth-year head coach Steve Sampson and the Mustang Athletics Department that the program has signed three Major League Soccer academy players to National Letters of Intent. Full Story
Doerr Family Field Officially Dedicated With Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Doerr Family Field, a “labor of love for all of us in the Cal Poly community,” according to Mustang Director of Athletics Don Oberhelman, was officially opened Friday afternoon with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Full Story
Colvey, New Zealand Fall Short in World Cup Qualifying Bid With Kip Colvey seeking to become the first former Cal Poly men’s soccer player to appear in a FIFA World Cup, his native New Zealand Men’s National Team fell at Peru 2-0 Wednesday evening in the second leg of the OFC-CONMEBOL Inter-confederation playoff. Full Story
Five Cal Poly Men’s Soccer Players Earn All-Big West Conference Praise Led by senior defender Adam Olsen’s selection to the All-Big West second team, five Cal Poly men’s soccer players earned all-conference recognition for the 2017 season on Tuesday afternoon. Full Story
Postmatch Highlights: Cal Poly 4, UC Santa Barbara 1 Postmatch highlights from the Cal Poly men's soccer program's 4-1 Blue-Green rivalry win versus UC Santa Barbara in front of a soldout crowd inside Alex G. Spanos Stadium (Oct. 28, 2017).
In Front of Nation’s Largest Crowd, Cal Poly Rolls Past UCSB, 4-1 October 28, 2017 Seniors Adam Olsen and Kaba Alkebulan both found the back of the UC Santa Barbara net in their final matches at Alex G. Spanos Stadium as the Cal Poly men’s soccer program, in front of a sellout crowd of 11,075 fans – the 14th largest regular season crowd figure in NCAA history and the largest crowd to see a collegiate match in 2017 – scored four unanswered goals to rout the Gauchos, 4-1.
In Front of Capacity Crowd, Cal Poly Caps 2017 Saturday versus UCSB October 26, 2017 In a matchup confirmed a sellout more than two days before the Cal Poly men’s soccer program kicks off against Blue-Green rival UC Santa Barbara, the Mustangs will close the 2017 season on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. inside Alex G. Spanos Stadium.
Cal Poly-UC Santa Barbara Match a Sellout Once More October 26, 2017 For the seventh straight season and eighth time overall in the history of the Cal Poly men’s soccer program, the team’s home matchup versus Blue-Green rival UC Santa Barbara – scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 28 – will be a sellout. The announcement by the Cal Poly Athletics Department that all 11,075 seats at Alex G. Spanos Stadium are accounted for was made early Thursday afternoon and more than 48 hours prior to the scheduled 7 p.m. kickoff.
Olsen Scores Team-Leading Fifth, but Cal Poly Falls Late to UC Davis October 25, 2017 Senior defender Adam Olsen scored his team-leading fifth goal of 2017 Wednesday evening for the Cal Poly men’s soccer program, but a Mustang own goal with six minutes remaining in regulation allowed UC Davis to turn a one-goal deficit into a 2-1 victory inside Alex G. Spanos Stadium.
Cal Poly Closes 2017 by Hosting UC Davis, UC Santa Barbara October 24, 2017 The Cal Poly men’s soccer program closes the regular season when hosting UC Davis (Wednesday, Oct. 25) and Blue-Green rival UC Santa Barbara (Saturday, Oct. 28) inside Alex G. Spanos Stadium. Kickoff is 7 p.m. both evenings.
Four Second-Half Sacramento State Goals Send Cal Poly to 5-1 Defeat October 21, 2017 Senior defender Adam Olsen’s 43rd-minute penalty conversion leveled Saturday’s scoreline heading into halftime for the Cal Poly men’s soccer program, but Sacramento State scored four times without reply in the second half as the Mustangs fell at Hornet Field, 5-1.