Cal Hosts 2 As Regular-Season Home Schedule Ends

Cal Hosts 2 As Regular-Season Home Schedule Ends

Ariel Nava

Juan Martinez will be honored with Cal’s other veterans during the Senior Day ceremony prior to the game vs. SDSU.

BERKELEY – The California men’s soccer team closes the home regular-season schedule at Edwards Stadium with two games, as the Golden Bears host UCLA on Thursday and San Diego State on Sunday. Cal (6-5-4, 2-3-2 Pac-12) will honor seniors Nate Carrasco, Evan Davila, Adrian Guzman, Jake Himelstein, Fernando Lara, Oscar Logevall and Juan Martinez before the SDSU game, which will represent the final regular-season home game of their careers.
Cal is tied with Stanford for fourth place in the conference with eight points and leads sixth-place SDSU, which has three points. UCLA is second in the standings with 15 points.
Here are more details for the two upcoming games:
Vs. UCLA (7-3-4, 4-0-3 Pac-12)
When: Thursday, Nov. 2, 3:30 p.m. PT
Where: Edwards Stadium, Berkeley
Watch: Pac-12 Network
Live Stats: Statbroadcast
Vs. San Diego State (6-4-5, 0-4-3 Pac-12)
When: Sunday, Nov. 5, 1 p.m. PT
Where: Edwards Stadium, Berkeley
Watch: Pac-12 Networks
Live Stats: Statbroadcast
Davila Scores Golazo In 1-1 Tie With No. 15 Stanford
Evan Davila scored what was arguably Cal’s best goal of the season against 15th-ranked Stanford, and the Golden Bears tied the Cardinal, 1-1, in game one of the Big Clásico on Sunday at Edwards Stadium.
A crowd of 1,204 – Cal’s largest of the season at Edwards Stadium – along with the Cal Band, Cal Cheer and Oski contributed to a festive atmosphere for the Big Clásico.
A relatively even first half resulted in a 0-0 tie, with Cal goalkeeper Connor Lambe making two of his five saves in the first 45 minutes.
Davila untied the game in the 53rd minute. He received the ball just past the midfield stripe and dribbled through several Cardinal players before firing past goalkeeper Rowan Schnebly from 17 yards out. All the Bears converged on the midfielder to celebrate the goal, which gave Cal a 1-0 lead.
In the 76th minute, a Stanford free kick led to the equalizer. Zach Bohane took the free kick and found Jackson Kiil deep in the box, and Kiil put away a header to make the score 1-1.
Cal had its chances in the final minutes, including an 82nd-minute shot by Rohan McEligot that was…

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