PORTLAND, OR -- Cal Poly defeated Seattle, 2-1, one week after SU defeated the No. 8 team in the nation (Portland), in the first round of play at the Portland State Tournament. With the win the Mustangs improve 4-3-0 while Seattle falls to 4-3.
The Mustangs return to the field on Sunday when they take on Boise State on Sunday at 11 am.
The Mustangs put two goals on the board in the first half, the first coming in the 25th minute when Sara Lancaster scored her fourth goal of the season when she picked up a ball rebounded off the cross bar and fired it back into the goal.
The second Mustang goal and the game winner came when Leslie Barkmann headed a ball off a pass from Cristina Farrington off a corner kick. For Barkmann it was her first goal of the season.
In the half Cal Poly fired seven shots with six on goal while Seattle was limited to just one shot.
In the second half Seattle cut the Mustang lead in half when Emma Levy tapped in an open goal in the 87th minute after Brooke Gauvin was drawn off line.
Gauvin earned the win for the Mustangs with two saves while Madison Goverde took the loss with five saves.