Men's soccer wins second straight in 2-1 win over Cal Poly

Eddie Dominguez made
five saves on way to his
second win of the season.
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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.—Newcomer Andiry Budnyy scored both goals for the San Jose State University men’s soccer team to give the squad its second straight win with a 2-1 victory against Cal Poly at Mustang Stadium.

Despite taking a 1-0 lead into the half Cal Poly (1-7-0) would fall to the Spartans (4-4-0) after Budnyy scored his first two goals for San Jose State.

Budnyy tied the game in the 52nd minute directing a cross pass from Richard Halvorsen 15 yards into the net. Less than 18 minutes later, Budnyy hammered another cross, this time from Fausto Villegas, into the left corner of the net from 20 yards out.

The match was marred by 57 fouls and four yellow cards. Cal Poly took 31 fouls and three yellow cards and San Jose State had 26 fouls and one yellow card.

Despite a rough game, both teams played even with each team generating 11 shots and six on net.

The Spartans netminder, Eddie Dominguez recorded his second win of the year recording five saves. The Mustangs’ Mike Giese made four saves in the defeat.

San Jose State returns home to host Loyola Marymount on September 29 for a 5:00 p.m. start at Spartan Stadium.