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208 College Update: Week of April 1

0 - Published April 3, 2012 by in College, Lax Nation, MCLA, PNCLL

Another bad week for Idaho’s PNCLL teams.  Here are the talking points:

  • College of Idaho drubbed by U.Portland
  • Boise State swept out of California
  • Idaho embarrassed in Canada
Note: unsurprisingly, none of the teams has bothered to post any pictures.  Sorry for the dry post.

College of Idaho 7, University of Portland 22

Saturday, March 31 —  The Pilots jumped all over the ‘Yotes and never looked back in this one.  C of I was lead in scoring by sr. attackman Vicente Aranguiz (Skyview High — 2g, 2a) and frosh midfielder Austin Mendiola (Meridian High — 3g).  The ‘Yotes are now 1-2 overall and 0-1 in the PNCLL D2-South.  On this weekend they host Southern Oregon U. and Cal Maritime in Caldwell.

Boise State Goes 0-3 in California

BSU 8, USC 9 (OT)

Monday, March 26 — No details on this game as USC is an independent (read: they dropped out of the MCLA prior to the season) and thus there are no stats on MCLA.us. What we do know is that BSU fell in overtime 8-9.

BSU 6, #1 Cal Poly 15

Wednesday, March 28 — Two days later the Broncos rolled into San Luis Obispo to take on the top-ranked Cal Poly Mustangs.  Though BSU competed in quarters 2 through 4, Cal Poly dominated the first frame to the tune of 7-1.

BSU 6, Claremont College 7 (3OT)

Saturday, March 31 — The Broncos took a 5-2 lead into halftime but let Claremont claw their way back.  Shortly into the third overtime period, Claremont ended it with an outside shot.

BSU is now 2-5 overall and 0-1 in the PNCLL D1-South.  This weekend the team travels Oregon to take on Portland State.

Idaho 6, Simon Fraser 24

Saturday, March 31 — After first-ever losses to Boise State and Oregon State, Simon Fraser spent a month playing ranked competition.  The experience clearly paid off as Simon Fraser dominated the Vandals for 60 minutes.  SFU outshot Idaho 50-20.  The Vandals scored 5 of its 6 goals in the 4th quarter.

Idaho is now 3-6 overall and 1-1 in the PNCLL D1-North.  The team is off this weekend before heading across the border to take on Washington State on April 14.

 

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