Spartans and Cal Poly men's soccer tie, 0-0

Eddie Dominguez recorded his
second shutout of the season.
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San Jose, Calif.----Playing its third game in six days, San Jose State University played Cal Poly to a 0-0 overtime tie in a non-conference men’s soccer match held on the Spartan Soccer Field.

San Jose State goalkeeper Eddie Dominguez was credited with seven saves as he recorded his second shutout of the season. Cal Poly goalkepper Greg Blevins had five saves, as he, too, posted his second shutout in 2003.

"Eddie was the one bright spot," said San Jose State head coach Gary St. Clair.

Cal Poly played with a one-man advantage for the final 3:17 of the second overtime after San Jose State forward Randy Poggio was issued a red card following a play in front of the Mustangs’ net.

"We were fortunate not to lose. They outplayed us. It was our worst performance in many years," the Spartan coach added about his team that did not have the services of Frank Sanfilippo, Francisco Martinez and Artin Rodriguez due to injuries. "We had four to five starters out. We just couldn’t play (well) today."

The Spartans, who beat #6-Santa Clara and CS Sacramento before today’s tie, are 4-1-2 for the season. Cal Poly is 2-3-2.

Scoring 1 2 OT 2OT Total
Cal Poly (2-3-2) 0 0 0 0 0
San Jose State (4-1-2) 0 0 0 0 0

Scoring Summary – none

Shots – Cal Poly 13, San Jose State 16

Goalie saves – Cal Poly (Greg Blevins, 5), San Jose State (Eddie Dominguez, 7)

Fouls – Cal Poly 18, San Jose State 21

Corner kicks – Cal Poly 4, San Jose State 5