Rachel Sollazzo

Road Result Extends Unbeaten Streak To Four

NORCO, Calif. - Senior Kameron Bolden scored his second goal of the season to lead San José State to a 1-1 draw at California Baptist on Saturday afternoon. 

The Spartans have now earned a result in seven of their last eight matches away from home against WAC opponents. 


  • Bolden scored the opener in Norco, tapping home a loose ball in the box with his right foot in the 19th minute. Senior Rudi Castro started the sequence with a perfectly-taken corner kick, finding Willy Miranda next to goal. Miranda was able to head the ball to the post where it found the foot of Bolden. 
  • Reigning WAC Defensive Player of the Week David Sweeney spent all 110 minutes in goal for the Spartans (5-5-2, 3-1-1 WAC). Sweeney faced 17 shots on the day and made five saves against the Lancers (7-2-3, 2-1-2). 
  • SJSU ended the afternoon with nine total shots (four on frame). Castro led the Spartans with three shots. 
  • Going to extra time for just the second time this season, San José State did have a great look at ending the match in the 99th minute but senior Max Allen saw his shot on goal saved by the California Baptist keeper. 
  • SJSU's 3-1-1 start to conference play is their best through five league matches since 2018 (also started 3-1-1). 

With their unbeaten streak now at a season-long four matches, the Spartans will look to stay hot when they host No. 17 Grand Canyon on Saturday. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. at Spartan Soccer Complex.