Soccer

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Getting to know your Fighting Owls

We asked this Owls’ record holder to take a break from ripping the back of nets and answer some questions. Freshman Grayson Iwasaki tallied a total of 12 goals for the Owls this season, good enough for the most goals scored in a single season in Owls’ history. Dillon Cooper: What is your pregame meal?…

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Women’s soccer makes it to playoffs

The Citrus College women’s soccer team finished their 2013 regular season by dominating the West Los Angeles Wildcats 8-0 at the Nov.15 home game. With this victory, the Owls were second in the conference as they have won 12 of 15 games this season. Even though freshman midfielder Alyssa Dunn, 17, has yet to score…

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Men’s soccer in seventh heaven

The men’s soccer team picked up its first home win of the season yesterday with a 7-1 victory over the visiting Allan Hancock Bulldogs. The Citrus Owls (4-6, 3-3) started off the rout with hat-trick hero Grayson Iwasaki converting a penalty in the 10th minute. “After the penalty I felt pretty confident,” Iwasaki said. “I…

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Women’s soccer win in home opener

In an aggressive game on Sept. 12 at Citrus College between the Citrus Owls and Oxnard Condors, the home team showed that moving the ball can provide good results. In a game without many chances, the Citrus women relied on a mistake by Condor defense to get the only goal of the game. In the…

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Bringing the men’s soccer team forward

    In a sport with low scoring results, it takes a special type of player to bag a goal. Drive, vision, creativity, speed, agility, strength, and intelligence are qualities a forward needs to score goals.  Aggressive play, like every craft, takes dedication and hard work.  Not everyone is able to strike fear in the…

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MEN’S SOCCER GETS ROCKED BY LA MISSION

With a scoreline of 4-1, you would need more than two hands to count the amount of times the Owls back line was carved open, in the first half alone. LA Mission came into Citrus Stadium for the Owls first Western State Conference game of the season with one game plan in mind, pressure the…

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Men’s soccer drops to 1-2 in home opener

With few chances to score, Cuyamaca proved to be the more lethal team as they beat the Owls 2-1. The Fighting Owls took the home field in their dark blue uniforms to host the Cuyamaca Coyotes dressed in their all white uniform.  Kickoff began at 2:07 PM with the Coyotes getting a corner in the…

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A new outlook for men’s soccer team

In recent times, the men’s soccer team has formed a habit of losing, this season they are determined to break that habit. Entering his 16th season as the head coach, Fred Bruce-Oliver believes a change in formation will produce positive results. “We are going to change things up,” said Bruce-Oliver. With a record of 4-12-4…