Women’s soccer: Curtin leading the way for No. 15 Seawolves

By MICHAEL COIT
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT

A familiar name is back among league leaders with Sonoma State scoring machine Lauren Curtin pacing the undefeated Seawolves on the young soccer season.

Ranked 15th in NCAA Division II by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, the Seawolves are back in action this weekend.

Sonoma State hosts Cal State Stanislaus in the Seawolves conference home opener on Friday with game time set for 3 p.m. Stanislaus is ranked 11th in the nation, and the teams are picked to top the California Collegiate Athletic Association.

Game two of the weekend set is 2 p.m. Sunday when Cal State East Bay visits Rohnert Park.

Curtin, the NCAA All-American out of Maria Carrillo High, is tied for second in total points in the CCAA. Curtin has four goals and three assists in just four contests.

Last season, her first with Sonoma State after two years at Santa Rosa Junior College, Curtin scored 15 goals. Curtin’s seven assists also led the team as she finished second in scoring in the CCAA.

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