The Cal Poly men's soccer team will travel to UC Santa Barbara Saturday night to take on the Gauchos in the first leg of the Blue-Green rivalry. The Mustangs will be without senior captain Adam Olsen for the match after he received a one-game suspension for getting a red card in Wednesday night's 3-2 double overtime loss against Sacramento State. Cal Poly is winless in its last three trips to UCSB so they know how important it is to play well on Saturday night.
Former USMNT head coach and current Cal Poly men's soccer coach, Steve Sampson, is upset that the U.S. did not qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Tuesday night, the U.S. failed to put up a draw with Trinidad and Tobago, eliminating them from World Cup contention. It's the first time that the U.S. has missed a World Cup since 1986. Sampson was on the USMNT coaching staff for six seasons, including a stint as head coach from 1995-1998. He says it's time for a change with United States soccer.
Week 6 of the prep football season is upon us, and it marks the start of league play around the Central Coast. Our 'FNH Game of the Week' features a showdown in the Northern League between Nipomo and Templeton. We'll start with last season's league champs, Nipomo. It was the Titans' first league title outright. So far this season, Nipomo is 2-3 in non-league play, 0-3 on the road. The Titans will travel to Templeton this week.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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