Women’s soccer comes up short at Mt. San Jacinto

The Warriors’ women’s soccer team dropped game six of the season with an 0-2 loss at Mt. San Jacinto on Tuesday, according to cccaasports.org.

The Eagles took the lead in the 11th minute of the first half, and three minutes later, the Warriors’ defense scored a self-goal that put Mt. San Jacinto up by two, according to Coach John Britton.

“Our biggest problem is scoring goals, we come out every game ready to compete,” Coach John Britton said. “Our offense needs to start executing in order for us to win.”

Mt. San Jacinto’s record stands at 5-1 while El Camino’s is 1-3-2. The Eagles are on a four-game winning streak, while the Warriors have only won one game this season.

“The defense has been solid this season,” Britton said. “We need to create more plays on offense, that’s what we work on everyday in practice. This year’s team is young, the players have a lot to learn from losing.”

The Warriors’ next game is away at Los Angeles Valley College on Sept. 24 at 4 p.m.