Robbert Webber Running versus Simon Frazier. | Thomas Allie

Jacks Pass


By Keaundrey Clark

Women’s Soccer

Humboldt State improved its record to 4-3-1 with a dominant victory in Sunday’s 4-0 win over Benedictine at Mesa.

“I think that Benedictine was well-organized and came out high energy, and our girls did a really good job of absorbing that energy by possessing the ball,” said Head Coach Paul Karver.

Erin Siegal, Jacquelyn Dompier, Rose Harman and Lindsay Stoner all scored for the Jacks.

The Jacks will return to CCAA action against Chico State at home on Friday at 12:30 p.m. and follow that with a Sunday, 11:30 a.m. contest versus Stanislaus State also at College Creek Field.


Men’s Soccer

Humboldt State improved to 6-1 with a late penalty kick from Mumbi Kwesele to defeat Sonoma State Seawolves 3-2, at College Creek field Sunday afternoon.

Freshman Ethan Waters put the Jacks up 2-0 with two goals before the five minute mark.

The team, now 3-0 in conference play, will next turn its attention to home contests this weekend with Chico State, Friday at 3 p.m., and Stanislaus State, Sunday at 2 p.m.

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Robbert Webber Running versus Simon Frazier. | Thomas Allie


The Jacks overcame a 21 point deficit to beat Western Oregon in overtime, 49-48. Senior running back, Ja’quan Gardner finished with 25 carries for 176-yards and two rushing touchdowns. Quarterback, Robert Webber, the reigning GNAC Offensive Player of the Week, passed for 334-yards, five touchdowns. Junior receiver, John Todd, led Humboldt State receivers with 225 yards on seven catches and had three touchdowns in the teams 49-48 overtime win at Western Oregon. His 90-yard touchdown reception is the second longest play in school history. Todd’s 225 receiving yards is the second-best single game performance in HSU history. For the third consecutive week, a Humboldt State football player earned Great Northwest Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors. John Todd received this week’s award winner after leading the Lumberjacks to a come-from-behind victory. Three weeks into the 2017 campaign Todd ranks second in the GNAC averaging 113.7 receiving yards per game.


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