Pilots roundup Mar. 21 through Mar. 28

By William Seekamp and Joslin Torres | March 29, 2021 9:06pm
The men's soccer team tied San Diego this week 1-1.
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This week in athletics, the women’s soccer team beat San Diego and the men’s tennis team beat No. 62 ranked Gonzaga. Here is everything you need to know from the past week.


The women’s team beat San Diego on March 27 with a score of three to zero. Freshman Nedya Sawan scored her first two collegiate goals with sophomore MJ Roe scoring the third goal. This places the Pilots at 3-2-2 overall as they head into their next game against Gonzaga on April 3

The men’s team tied San Diego one to one with senior Luke Hendel scoring the lone goal for the Pilots. The team is now 2-2-2 and is hosting the two and four Santa Clara Broncos this Saturday.


The Pilots went one and two in their three-game series against Santa Clara ending the week at 11 and 11 overall. One standout this week was third baseman Ban Patacsil, who finished the series against Santa Clara with four RBIs, a stolen base and three hits.


The men’s team beat San Diego and No. 62 Gonzaga this week, both by a score of five to two. The win over San Diego marked the second win over the Toreros in program history. The Pilots are now 8-2 and host the 7-5 BYU Cougars.

The women’s team competed against Gonzaga on March 27 and ended the match losing six to one. This puts the Pilots at one and seven in the season as they head into their next games against Point Loma on April 2 and San Diego on April 3


The Pilots competed against Gonzaga this weekend on March 27 and March 28, losing three to one in both matches. These matches against Gonzaga marked the end of the team’s spring season and the seniors, Kelli Hughes, Liz Reich and Carey Williams were thanked for their time as Pilots with a post-match ceremony to honor them. 

Joslin Torres is a reporter for The Beacon. She can be reached at torresjo21@up.edu

William Seekamp is the Sports Editor for The Beacon. He can be reached at seekamp22@up.edu.