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Raider women suffer first shutout

TURLOCK, Calif. — The Southern Oregon University women’s soccer team was blanked Sunday night for the first time this season, dropping a 4-0 decision to NCAA Division II opponent Stanislaus State at Warrior Stadium.

Stanislaus State (5-0 overall) — the alma mater of SOU head coach Jenni Rosenberg and assistant Lauren Thornton — needed less than four minutes to score, as Gabby Squarcia’s free kick hit the crossbar and Maryssa McDuffy was there to knock it in.

The Raiders (3-2 overall) were outshot 21-10. Warriors keeper Haley Crook made four saves for the shutout.

Cross country

ROGUE CC FIFTH: At Patrick's Point State Park, Rogue Community College placed fifth in the men's meet hosted by Humboldt State Saturday.

The Ospreys were led by Salvador Salinas, who was 23rd in the 8,000-meter race in 25:47.33. Shane Crofoot was 35th (26:11.97) and Walter Vail 40th (26:17.39).

For the Rogue women, which didn't field a full team, Mallory Ward was 47th in 22:58.13 for 6K.

Women's soccer

ROGUE CC 4, PORTLAND CC 0: At Hillsboro, Haley Janky scored three goals and goalie Alycea Jones recorded the team's first shutout of the season as Rogue Community College opened Northwest Athletic Conference play Saturday.

Renae Nisbet put the Ospreys (3-2 overall) on the board in the 20th minute. Janky scored in the 33rd, then soon after halftime, and in the 86th.

RCC's Samantha Lilley, Ashley Fontanelli and Nisbet had assists.

Men's soccer

PORTLAND CC 6, ROGUE CC 0: At Hillsboro, Rogue Community College opened Northwest Athletic Conference play with a loss Saturday.

The Ospreys (2-2) allowed three goals in each half.