In an game that summarized the current season for USF, the team lost to LMU by score of 2-0 thanks to early first half goals by the visiting team.
There was a penalty kick attempt but that sailed high over the bar.
USF finishes with a 2-14-1 overall record, and 2-4-1 in WCC play and now face an off-season to prepare for a 2020 season that hopes to recapture their winning performance. LMU finishes with a 11-5-3 overall record, 6-1-0 in conference play second place to St. Mary’s of Moraga.
In a very anticipated soccer match the 16th ranked University of San Francisco Dons (2-1-1, 0-0-0 WCC) hosted 25th ranked Stanford University (1-0-3, 0-0-0 Pac-12) at Negoesco Stadium Friday night. The match lived up to the hype as a rematch of their 2016 meeting in which the home team Dons defeated the then-national champions visiting club Cardinal 2-1 but this time they got the better end with a 2-0 victory. The goal scoring accounted in the second half with goals from Dereck Waldeck in the 66th minute and Adam Mosharrafa notching the insurance goal 2 minutes later.
The match was also a showcase for PDL players from both San Francisco City FC (Sean Bowman, Santiago, DiGuiseppa, Noah Leong for USF) and the San Francisco Glens (Tawwab Eminola and Andre Glasnovic for USF, Arda Bulut for Stanford).
Stanford returns to The Farm to host University of Massachusetts: Lowell on Friday September 14 at 7pm. USF travel on the road for three games with a stop at San Jose State on Monday September 10 at 6:30pm before heading to Colorado to play the Air Force Academy on Friday September 14 at 6pm and the University of Denver Sunday September 16 at noon.
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