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2016 Season Results

August 26
Cypress (home)
7-0 W

August 30
San Diego City (away)
4 pm

September 2
Orange Coast (home)
4 pm

September 7
Victor Valley (away)
3 pm

September 9
Santa Monica (away)
4 pm

September 13
Canyons (away)
7:30 pm

September 20
Santa Barbara (home)
4 pm

September 23
Antelope Valley (home)
4 pm

September 27
East LA (home)
4 pm

September 30
Pasadena (away)
4 pm

October 4
Mt SAC (home)
4 pm

October 11
Rio Hondo (away)
6 pm

October 14
Long Beach (home)
4 pm

October 18
LA Harbor (away)
4 pm

October 21
Cerritos (home)
4 pm

October 25
Compton (away)
4 pm

October 28
East LA (away)
4 pm

November 1
Pasadena (home)
4 pm

November 4
Mt SAC (away)
6 pm

November 8
El Camino (away)
4
pm

November 11
Rio Hondo (home)
3 pm



2015 Men's Soccer Team
PANTHERS OPEN SEASON WITH WIN AT HOME (8/29/16)
The men opened the 2016 season Friday at home against Cypress, shutting out the Chargers 7-0. Josue Bustos led the Panthers with two goals. Johnathan Umana, Steve Lorea, Jose Valdez, Arturo Garcia, and Fernando Fabian also scored. Jafet Chavez defended the goal with 5 saves. The men continue play tomorrow at San Diego City.
Jesus Meza MEZA NAMED ALL AMERICAN, CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (12/17/15)
Congratulations to Jesus Meza, named Foothill Conference Player of the Year and earning NSCAA All-American honors. Meza joins eight other Panthers on the All-Conference list. [full list]
PANTHERS ADVANCE TO SOCA REGIONALS AS #1 SEED (11/19/15)
After a conference championship season, the men were seeded #1 in the south and will bypass round one of the SOCA Regionals, to play the winner of #8 Mt SAC vs #9 Santa Monica on Tuesday, November 24th at home. [bracket]
PANTHERS RANKED #3 IN STATE/#1 IN SOUTH IN FINAL POLL (11/14/15)
In today's CCCSCA final seaosn poll, the Panther men came in #3 in the state, #1 in the south.
Johnathan Umana PANTHERS DEFEAT SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY TO CLAIM FOOTHILL CONFERENCE TITLE (11/12/15)
The Panther men claimed their fourth Foothill Conference title in six years Tuesday defeating San Bernardino Valley 1-0. Johnathan Umana scored the sole goal of the game, assisted by Edgar Cervantes. Jesus Meza held the Wolverines scoreless with 7 saves. Playoff seeding will be announced next week.
Noe Avalos MEN BEAT RIO HONDO - TYED FOR FIRST WITH SBVC (11/9/15)
The men defeated #2 state ranked Rio Hondo Friday 1-0 to setup a conference championship deciding game match-up with San Bernardino Valley tomorrow. Friday Noe Avalos scored the sole goal of the game against Rio, assisted by Danny Snodgrass. Jesus Meza held the Roadrunners scoreless with 3 saves. Tomorrow, the men travel to San Bernardino for the final game of the 2015 Foothill Conference season (and the final game of the Foothill Conference). Both Chaffey and SBVC are 4-2-1 on the conference season. Tomorrow's game (3pm) will decide the 2015 championship.
PANTHERS UP THREE IN WEEKLY POLL TO #5 (11/8/15)
With a win over #4 Rio Hondo, the Panthers move up to #5 in the state and #2 in the south this week.
Juan Nunez PANTHERS FALL BY ONE TO VVC (11/4/15)
The men hosted Victor Valley yesterday afternoon, falling by one to the Victor Valley Rams 3-2. Edgar Cervantes and Juan Nunez scored one each for the team. Jesus Meza gave up three and had three saves. The men host Rio Hondo Friday at 3.
PANTHERS UP THREE IN WEEKLY POLL (11/2/15)
With a win over College of the Desert, the Panthers move up to #8 in the state and #5 in the south this week.
Erik Castellon MEN SHUT OUT DESERT (10/28/15)
The men regained their fire yesterday, shutting out the visiting Roadrunners 7-0. Adrian Moreno and Erik Castellon had two goals each, with Edgar Cervantes, Jonathan Mendiola and Juan Nunez adding the final goals. Jesus Meza was again defending the box with 3 saves. The team plays Victor Valley at home Tuesday at 3pm.

PANTHERS REMAIN TOP 10 IN THE SOUTH (10/26/15)
Despite last week's loss to SBVC, the men continue to be a force to reckon with in the south, earning a #11 statewide and #6 Southern California ranking.

PANTHERS FALL TO SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY (10/26/15)
The men suffered their first conference loss Friday, falling 6-2 to San Bernardino Valley. Steve Loera and Jose Nuno scored one each for the squad, while Ben Galeana attempted to hold the Wolverines off with 6 saves. Despite last week's loss, the team continues to dominate the rankings, coming in #2 on the Southern California RPI list.
Ben Galeana PANTHERS TIE RIO HONDO - REMAIN #1 IN FOOTHILL (10/21/15)
The men took on Rio Hondo (#8 ranked nationally) yesterday, tying the Roadrunners 1-1. Jose Nuno scored the sole goal for the Panther squad while Meza and Galeana defended the goal. Galeana had 7 saves in 70 minutes giving up Rio's only goal. Meza had 2 saves in 20 minutes of play. The team takes on San Bernardino Valley at home Friday in a battle for Foothill first place. Valley is currently in second with a record of 2-1 with a loss to VVC two weeks ago.
PANTHERS #3 IN THE STATE , #1 IN THE SOUTH (10/19/15)
In today's state rankings, the men came in at #3 in the state and #1 in the south.
CHAFFEY #3 IN THE STATE RPI (10/19/15)
With Friday's win against Victor Valley, the men move up to #3 in the state and #1 in the south RPI standings.
Adrian Moreno PANTHERS DEFEAT VVC (10/19/15)
The men were on the road Friday, defeating the Victor Valley Rams 4-2 to remain the only undefeated team in the Foothill Conference race. Adrian Moreno led the offense with one goal and two assists. Edgar Cervantes, Jose Nuno, and Alexis Lopez brought in one goal each. Jesus Meza at goal had 8 saves. The men continue conference play tomorrow at Rio Hondo.
Ben Galeana MEN SHUTOUT IMPERIAL VALLEY AT HOME (10/14/15)
The Panthers took on Imperial Valley yesterday, shutting out the Arabs 11-0. Edgar Cervantes, James Oxier, and Johnathan Umana had two goals each. Abraham Castro, Yosh Carrillo Villa, Erik Castellon, and Juan Gonzalez added one each. Adrian Moreno scored on a penalty kick. Ben Galenana defended the goal, holding IVC scoreless with 1 save. The men travel to Victor Valley Friday.
PANTHERS MOVE UP THREE IN THE STATE POLL (10/12/15)
In yesterday's state rankings, the men came in at #6 in the state and #3 in the south.
Adrian Moreno PANTHERS OPEN CONFERENCE SEASON WITH A WIN (10/12/15)
The men opened the 2015 Foothill Conference season Friday with a win at College of the Desert 5-2. Adrian Moreno scored twice and had one assist for the squad. Gustavo Larios, Jonathan Mendiola, and Juan Nunez added one goal each. Jesus Meza gave up two goals and had two saves. The men take on Imperial Valley tomorrow in non-conference play.
PANTHERS TOP 10 IN THE STATE (10/5/15)
In yesterday's state rankings, the men came in at #9 in the state and #4 in the south.
Johnathan Umana PANTHERS REBOUND TO SHUT-OUT TAFT (9/30/15)
The men hosted Taft College yesterday to conclude the pre-conference season, defeating the Cougars 1-0. Johnathan Umana had the sole goal of the game, assisted by Jonathan Mendiola. Meza had 3 saves, holding Taft scoreless in 90 minutes of play. The Panthers open the 2015 Foothill Conference season October 9th at College of the Desert.
PANTHERS TOP 20 IN THE NATION (9/29/15)
Despite a loss last week to Mira Costa, the Panthers remain a top 20 men's community college soccer team in the nation, as ranked by the NSCAA.
PANTHERS RANKED #14 IN FIRST STATE POLL (9/28/15)
in the first 2015 state poll, the Panthers came in at #14.
PANTHER MEN FACE FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON (9/28/15)
The Panthers faced off against Mira Costa Friday, falling 4-0 to the Spartans. Jesus Meza gave up 4 and had 4 saves on the game. The men take on 2014 state semi-finalist Taft Tuesday at home.
Johnathan Umana PANTHERS TOPPLE PALOMAR TO REMAIN UNDEFEATED (9/25/15)
The men were on the road yesterday, defeating Palomar College 4-1 to remain undefeated in pre-conference play. Johnathan Umana scored twice for the Chaffey squad. Steve Loera and Yosh Carrillo-Villa added one each. Jesus Meza and Ben Galeana shared the box. Meza had 2 saves. Galeana had 5 saves and 1 goal against. The men host Mira Costa Friday at 4.
Edgar Cervantes MEN SHUT OUT SOUTHWESTERN AT HOME (9/23/15)
The men hosted Southwestern College yesterday afternoon, defeating the Jaguars 1-0. Edgar Cervantes scored the sole goal for the Panther squad. Jesus Meza had eight saves. The men travel to Palomar Thursday.
PANTHERS MOVE UP TO #6 (9/22/15)
The Panthers moved up 4 slots in the National Soccer Coaches' Association ranking today to #6. This is the teams third week in a row in the top 10 listing.
Johnathan Umana PANTHERS TIE LA HARBOR1-1 (9/21/15)
The men hosted traveled to LA Harbor Friday, tying the Seahawks 1-1. Johnathan Umana scored the lone goal for the Panthers, assisted by Jonathan Mendiola. Meza added 7 saves. The men host Southwestern tomorrow at 4 pm.
Juan Nunez PANTHERS DEFEAT SANTA BARBARA ON THE ROAD (9/16/15)
The men were on the road yesterday, defeating Santa Barbara 3-1. Goals were scored by Juan Nunez, Johnathan Umana, and Edgar Cervantes. Jesus Meza added 7 saves to his growing season record. The team travels to LA Harbor Friday.
PANTHERS TOP 10 IN NATION (9/15/15)
The Panthers came in #10 in the National Soccer Coaches' Association ranking today. This is the teams second week in a row in the top 10 listing.
Jesus Meza PANTHERS TIE SANTA MONICA 1-1 (9/14/15)
The men hosted Santa Monica Friday, tying the Corsairs -. Jose Nuno scored the sole goal for the Panthers, assisted by Danny Snodgrass. Jesus Meza gave up one goal, with 6 saves on the game. The team travels to Santa Barbara tomorrow.
Adrian Moreno MORENO SCORES SOLE GOAL OF GAME FOR PANTHERS AGAINST PCC (9/10/15)
The Panthers hosted Pasadena yesterday, shutting out the Lancers 1-0 to remain undefeated this season. Freshman forward Adrian Moreno scored the only goal of the game to lead the Panthers to victory. Jesus Meza held the Lancers scoreless with 4 saves. The team welcomes Santa Monica to Chaffey on Friday afternoon.
PANTHERS ENTER NATIONAL POLL AT #9 (9/8/15)
The Panthers made their national debut for the year today, coming in #9 in the National Soccer Coaches' Association ranking.
Jonathan Mendiola PANTHERS DEFEAT ORANGE COAST 3-1 (9/8/15)
The men were on the road Friday, defeating the Orange Coast Pirates 3-1. Jonathan Mendola scored twice for Chaffey with assists by Adrian Moreno. Moreno also had a goal (assisted by Yosh Carrillo Villa). Jesus Meza earned 6 saves in 90 minutes of play. The men host Pasadena tomorrow and Santa Monica Friday afternoon.
Jonathan Umana MEN DEFEAT CANYONS 2-1 (9/2/15)
The men hosted College of the Canyons yesterday afternoon, defeating the Cougars 2-1. Adrian Moreno and Jonathan Umana each had one goal and one assist. Jesus Meza defended the box for the entire game, giving up one goal and earning 5 saves. The men travel to Orange Coast Friday for a 4pm game.
Adrian Moreno PANTHERS OPEN SEASON WITH 2-0 WIN OVER EL CAMINO (8/31/15)
The Panthers opened the 2015 season Friday against El Camino, shutting out the Warriors 2-0. Adrian Morena scored both goals for Chaffey with assists by Jonathan Mendiola and Juan Gonzalez. Sophomore goalkeeper Jesus Meza defended the goal with 5 saves. The men host College of the Canyons tomorrow for a 4pm match up.
Bryan Guzman NINE PANTHERS NAMED ALL-CONFERENCE (1/5/15)
Nine Panthers were named to the 2014 All-Foothill Conference team. Congratulations to Bryan Guzman (Player of the Year), Jonathan Madrid, Eduardo Orozco, Peter Fregoso, Jesus Meza, Edgar Cervantes, Gustavo Larios, Francisco Quintero, and Cameron Hunter.
Ben Cooper

BEN COOPER COACH OF THE YEAR (1/5/15)
Congratulations to Head Coach Ben Cooper for being named Foothill Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Panthers to an undefeated conference season and Foothill Championship.

Johnny Madrid PANTHERS FALL TO GOLDEN WEST IN ROUND 2 (12/1/1/14)
The men traveled to Golden West for Round 2 of the CCCAA state playoffs, falling to the Rustlers 4-1. Johnny Madrid scored the sole goal for the Panther squad. The men finish the season 17-3-3 and Foothill Conference champions.
Johnny Madrid PANTHERS DEFEAT LA HARBOR TO ADVANCE IN STATE PLAYOFFS (12/1/14)
Sophomore Johnny Madrid led the Panther offense with two goals to defeat LA Harbor 4-1 at home in Round 1 of the CCCAA state playoffs. Fellow sophomores Troy Ford and Bryan Guzman added one goal each. Jesus Meza held the Seahawks at back with 10 saves. The men advance to play Golden West on Tuesday, November 25th.
2014 CCCAA ChampionshipsPANTHERS TO TAKE ON LA HARBOR IN FIRST ROUND OF CCCAA PLAYOFFS (11/18/14)
The men will host the LA Harbor Seahawks Saturday, November 22nd at 12 pm in Round 1 of the 2014 CCCAA Playoffs. Harbor finished the regular season 6-6-9.
Johnny Madrid PANTHERS CLOSE REGULAR SEASON WITH A WIN (11/17/14)
The men hosted San Diego City College Friday afternoon, defeating the knights 5-1. Johnny Madrid led the Panthers with three goals, Eduardo Orozco added two. Jesus Meza defended the goal with 6 saves. The men will begin CCCAA playoffs Saturday.
Jesus Meza PANTHERS HOST BATTLE FOR STATE #1 (11/12/14)
The men (ranked #1 in the state last week) hosted #2 Taft yesterday afternoon, falling to the Cougars 4-0. Jesus Meza guarded the goal with 6 saves. The men play their final regular season home game Friday, hosting San Diego City College at 3pm.
Joe Ayres

PANTHERS SHUT OUT DESERT AT HOME (11/8/14)
The men hosted Desert Friday, shutting out the Roadrunners 2-0. Goals were scored by Johnny Madrid and Edgar Cervantes. Joe Ayres manned the goal with two saves. The men take on statewide rival #2 Taft Tuesday at 3pm.

CHAFFEY MEN #1 IN THE STATE (11/7/14)
The Chaffey men took over the statewide #1 spot this week, bumping Taft College in the final regular season CCCAA/CCCSIA Men's Soccer State and Regional poll. A rare late-season non-conference match next Tuesday gives the two #1 teams in the state a chance to grab some bragging rights going into the playoffs as Taft will travel to Chaffey on Veteran's Day.
Johnny Madrid
PANTHERS TIE SBVC (11/5/14)
The men were on the road yesterday at San Bernardino Valley, tying the Wolverines 3-3. Johnny Madrid led the Panthers with two goals. Bryan Guzman added the third. Jesus Meza added eight saves to his impressive 2014 record. The men play their final Foothill Conference game at home Friday against College of the Desert at 3pm.
MEN #4 IN THE NATION (11/4/14)
The men moved up two more spots this week in today's National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll to the #4 position. Taft remains the only other Top 5 ranked California team.
2014 Foothill Conference ChampionsPANTHERS CAPTURE FOOTHILL CONFERENCE TITLE (11/3/14)
With two conference games still remaining, the Foothill undefeated 2014 Chaffey Men's Soccer team captured the conference championship Friday. This is Head Coach Ben Cooper's third conference title since taking the helm of the program. Two conference games remain in the season (San Bernardino Valley and College of the Desert).
Jesus Meza PANTHERS SHUT OUT RIO HONDO (11/3/14)
The Panther men defeated Rio Hondo Friday 2-0 to remain undefeated in the Foothill Conference. Johnny Madrid and Noe Avalos each scored for the Panther squad. Jesus Meza earned three saves, holding the Roadrunners scoreless in 90 minutes of play. The men continue conference play tomorrow at San Bernardino Valley.
PANTHER MEN REMAIN TOP RANKED SOUTH TEAM (10/30/14)
The Panther men continue their incredible season, holding tight to the #1 south, #2 state spot this week - the ONLY ranked Foothill team. The team takes on Rio Hondo tomorrow in continued conference play.
Cameron Hunter PANTHERS DEFEAT VICTOR VALLEY TO HOLD ONTO FOOTHILL TOP SPOT (10/29/14)
The men were on the road yesterday, defeating Victor Valley 6-1 to remain undefeated in the Foothill Conference. Cameron Hunter and Eduardo Orozco led the Panther offense with two goals each. Peter Fregoso and Johnny Madrid contributed one goal each. Jesus Meza added five saves to his season record. The men take on Rio Hondo Friday.
MEN UP TWO SPOTS IN NATIONAL POLL AT (10/28/14)
The men moved up two spots in today's National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll to the #6 position. At #6, the Panthers are the third ranked California team with Hartnell, Taft, De Anza, and Mt SAC also appearing in the top 10.
PANTHERS #1 TEAM IN THE SOUTH (10/23/14)
The Foothill Conference undefeated Panther men moved up to #1 in the south and #2 in the state this week. The men continue Foothill Conference play October 28th at Victor Valley.
PANTHERS LEAD STATE IN GOALS (10/22/14)
With 59 goals scored over 15 games, the Panthers solidly lead the state in scoring. Sophomores Peter Fregoso and Bryan Guzman share the #9 statewide ranking for individual goals scored with 11 each.
Bryan Guzman GUZMAN HONORED BY CCCAA (10/22/14)
Congratulations to sophomore Men's Soccer midfielder Bryan Guzman for earning Honorable Mention CCCAA/CCCSIA September Athlete of the Month. Through 11 games, Guzman had eight goals and four assists as an attacking midfielder for the third-ranked team in the state. The sophomore captained the Panthers to an overall 8-1-2 record. Chaffey was tops in the state in goals scored with 41.
Peter Fregoso FREGOSO SCORES FOUR TO LEAD PANTHERS TO WIN (10/22/14)
The Panthers defeated College of the Desert yesterday afternoon 8-4 to remain undefeated in the Foothill Conference. Sophomore Peter Fregoso scored four goals to lead the Panthers to victory. Eduardo Orozco, Alex Lopez, Bryan Guzman, and Edgar Cervantes added one goal each. Jesus Meza earned five saves. The men travel to Victor Valley next Tuesday for continued Foothill conference action.
MEN REENTER NATIONAL POLL AT #8 (10/21/14)
The men reenter the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll today in the #8 position. The team travels to Desert this afternoon with a 4pm showdown with the Roadrunners.
Eduardo Orozco MEN CONTINUE STREAK WITH WIN OVER SBVC (10/20/14)
The Panther men remain undefeated in conference play, defeating San Bernardino Valley 3-1 Friday afternoon at home. Eduardo Orozco led the Panther offense with two goals. Gustavo Larios added one. Jesus Meza defended the goal for the entire game, giving up one and earning 4 saves. The men travel to College of the Desert Tuesday afternoon.
PANTHERS MOVE UP TO #3 IN THE STATE (10/16/14)
The Foothill Conference undefeated Panther men moved up to #3 in the state and #2 in the south. The men continue Foothill Conference play Friday at home against San Bernardino Valley.
Gustavo Larios MEN DEFEAT RIO HONDO AT HOME (10/15/14)
The Panther men continued their incredible season, defeating Rio Hondo at home yesterday 2-1. Peter Fregoso and Gustavo Larios each scored for the Panthers. Jesus Meza defended the goal for the entire game, giving up one and earning 4 saves. The men host San Bernardino Valley Friday afternoon.
Bryan Guzman PANTHERS OPEN FOOTHILL SEASON WITH IMPRESSIVE SHOUTOUT (10/13/14)
The men hosted Victor Valley Friday, shutting out the Rams 5-0. Bryan Guzman led the Panthers with two goals. Edgar Contreras, Eduardo Orozco, and Rafael Suarez added one goal each. Jesus Meza defended with two saves, giving up no goals in 90 minutes of play. The men take on Rio Hondo tomorrow.
PANTHERS RANKED #6 IN THE STATE (10/9/14)
In the first comprehensive CCCSIA/CCCAA state poll, the men were ranked #6 statewide and #4 in the south. The team opens the Foothill Conference season Friday at home against VVC.
Joe Ayres PANTHERS DEFEAT PALOMAR IN FINAL PRE-CONFERENCE GAME (10/8/14)
The men hosted Palomar yesterday, defeating the Comets 3-2. Johnny Madrid led the Panther offense with one goal and one assist. Peter Fregoso and Alex Lopez added one goal each. Joe Ayres defended the box with 4 saves. The team opens the Foothill Conference season Friday at home against Victor Valley.
MEN DEBUT AT #3 IN STATE POLL (9/29/14)
In the first state/regional CCCSIA soccer poll, the Panthers were ranked #3 in the state and #4 in the south.
Bryan Guzman MEN SUFFER FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON (9/29/14)
The men battled hard Friday afternoon, falling to Mira Costa 4-3 for their first loss of the season. Bryan Guzman led the Panthers with 2 of the team's three goals. Johnny Madrid added 1. Jesus Meza gave up 4 and earned 4 saves on the game. The men take a break this week, traveling to Palomar on the 7th.
Bryan Guzman MEN TIE SOUTHWESTERN - REMAIN UNDEFEATED (9/24/14)
The men took on Southwestern yesterday, tying the Jaguars 2-2. Bryan Guzman and Eduardo Orozco scored for the Panther squad. Jesus Meza defended the goal for the entire game, earning 5 saves. The team is on the road Friday against Mira Costa.
MEN RANKED #12 NATIONALLY FOR SECOND WEEK (9/23/14)
For the second week in a row, Chaffey Men's Soccer was ranked #12 in today's National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll.
Eduardo Orozco MEN REMAIN UNDEFEATED WITH WIN OVER OCC (9/22/14)
The men hosted Orange Coast Friday afternoon and sent the Pirates home with a 2-0 loss. Jesus Meza added 5 saves to his growing collegiate record. Gustavo Larios and Eduardo Orozco scored for the Panthers. Orozco also had an assist. The men are on the road this week, taking on Southwestern on Tuesday and Mira Costa on Friday.
Jesus Meza MEN SHUTOUT FULLERTON (9/17/14)
Panther Men's Soccer shutout Fullerton College yesterday, for their 6th consecutive win and 3rd shutout this season. Jesus Meza held the Hornets scoreless with 4 saves. Scoring for the offense were Johnny Madrid, Bryan Guzman, Jesus Alanis, Eduardo Orozco, and Peter Fregoso with one each. The men host Orange Coast Friday afternoon.
MEN RANKED #12 NATIONALLY (9/16/14)
In today's National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, the Panthers were ranked #12 nationally. This is the the first appearance in the national poll for the men.
Bryan Guzman PANTHERS ADD ANOTHER WIN (9/15/14)
The men added another win to the 2014 season with a 2-1 defeat of LA Harbor at home Friday. Johnny Madrid and Bryan Guzman scored for the Panthers. Jesus Meza added 7 saves to his season record. The men travel to Fullerton tomorrow for a 4pm match.
Troy Ford PANTHERS BLOW OUT GLENDALE 9-1 (9/10/14)
The men took on Glendale yesterday afternoon at home, defeating the Vaqueros 9-1. Troy Ford led the Panther squad with 2 goals and 3 assists. Goals were also scored by Eduardo Orozco, Peter Fregoso, Johnny Madrid, Cameron Hunter, Danny Snodgrass, Jes Alanis, and Erik Martinez. Joe Ayres was back in the box, defending the goal for the entire game with 2 saves. The men continue their home run Friday against LA Harbor.
Johnny Madrid MEN EARN FIRST SHUTOUT OF 2014 (9/8/14)
The men hosted Santa Barbara Friday afternoon, shutting out the Vaqueros 6-0. After leading 1-0 at the break and determined to earn their first shutout on the season, the panthers exploded for 5 second half goals to take down the perennial powerhouse. Alexis Lopez, Bryan Guzman, Peter Fregoso, Johnny Madrid, Jesus Alanis, and Edgar Cervantes all scored for the Panthers with Madrid also scoring 2 assists. Jesus Meza had 6 saves. The men host Glendale tomorrow at 4pm.
Jesus Meza PANTHERS DEFEAT NORCO 2-1 (9/4/14)
The Panthers continued their strong 2014 season opening with a 2-1 win over southern rival, Norco College. Eduardo Orozco and Johnny Madrid scored for the Panther squad. Jesus Meza made his 2014 debut with 4 saves in the box. The men host Santa Barbara Friday afternoon.
Johnny Madrid

MEN EARN FIRST WIN AT SANTA MONICA (9/2/14)
In a very physical game that saw 8 yellow cards (6 from Santa Monica), Chaffey found themselves down 2-0 at halftime on the road. But the panthers came out of the break and got on the scoreboard just 3 minutes into the 2nd half to make it 2-1 to the home team. Chaffey would have their chances, but Santa Monica made it 3-1 halfway through the 2nd period and just when the game looked to be over, Madrid was taken down in the box for a penalty kick. Guzman converted from the spot in the 82nd minute and the panthers would add two more in the final 4 minutes to beat Santa Monica 4-3.  Goals were scored by Johnny Madrid, Bryan Guzman, Peter Fregoso, and Gustavo Larios. Joe Ayres defended the goal for the entire game, earning 3 saves. The team hosts Norco Wednesday at 4pm.

Joe Ayres MEN TIE EL CAMINO IN 2014 OPENER (8/28/14)
The men hosted El Camino yesterday afternoon in the 2014 season opener, tying the Warriors 3-3. Peter Fregoso, Bryan Guzman, and Gustavo Larios scored one goal each. Joe Ayres defended the goal for the entire game, earning 4 saves. The team travels to Santa Monica Friday for a 4pm game.
NINE STUDENT-ATHLETES TRANSFERRING TO FOUR-YEAR SCHOOLS
Men's Soccer is proud to announce the transfer of nine outstanding student-athletes. For the complete list of 2013 transfers visit Alumni Athletes.
2014 SCHEDULE NOW AVAILABLE (6/10/14)
The 2014 Men's Soccer schedule is now available online.
Samer Kandah KANDAH NAMED SCHOLAR ATHLETE (2/10/14)
Congratulations to Samer Kandah who has been recognized as a 2013-14 CCCSCA Scholar Athlete (3.30+ GPA with at least 24 units).
2013 BRINE Sophomore ShowcaseFIVE PANTHERS INVITED TO BRINE SOPHOMORE SHOWCASE (12/10/13)
Five Panthers were invited to the prestigious BRINE Sophomore Showcase held at Cosumnes River College (Sacramento); Adam Ruiz, Jake Davies, Jose Rodriguez, Quincee Worrell and Francisco Hernandez. The men had the opportunity to show their skills in front of top university coaches from programs throughout the US.
SIX PANTHERS NAMED TO ALL CONFERENCE LIST (11/20/13)
Congratulations to the six Panthers who were honored as All-Foothill Conference selections. [complete list]



   


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