By | Keaundrey Clark
Humboldt State’s women’s soccer team had an up and down weekend at home, as the team split a pair of conference games.
Humboldt State’s women’s soccer team captured its first victory and points against Chico State since 2012 with a 2-1 win on Friday afternoon, at College Creek Field.
“Everybody that went into the game impacted it in a very positive way,” said HSU Head Coach Paul Karver. “It felt like every time we made subs we were able to come at them in waves.”
Jenkins led the Jacks with seven shots, three on goal, and one goal this weekend.
HSU keeper Katelin Talbert made eight saves on the weekend.
Sunday afternoon at home, they fell to the visiting Stanislaus State Warriors by the final score of 2-0.
The Jacks record now stands at 5-4-1, 1-3-1 in conference.
The team will now turn its attention to a pair of CCAA matchups next weekend, Friday at Cal Poly Pomona at 12:30 p.m. and Sunday at Cal State San Bernardino at 2 p.m.