Fall Sports Round Up

Before we dive into the Cypress Chargers’ athletics that are currently in the midst of their respective seasons, it’s worth noting that both men’s and women’s basketball open their 2019 campaign during the first week of November. Just like midterms, that’s something that should certainly be marked on your calendar.

But you don’t have to wait until November to support the Chargers. Both of the men’s and women’s soccer teams have been decimating their competition, rattling off a handful of wins to open their individual seasons. While the men’s team is particular young with very few returning sophomores, the women’s squad is rich with returning talent and savvy, veteran leadership that is helping guide them to double-digit victories so far.

Alternatively, in aquatics, the men’s water polo team has been struggling to stay afloat. They’ve won just one game in their last seven while the women’s team is currently just two games over a .500 record. Both crews are coming off of losses to Riverside.

Meanwhile, women’s volleyball rounds out this round-up of Cypress’ current athletic happenings. The Chargers are coming off of a pair of losses of their own, but still boast a winning record despite their 2-4 record on the road. Given that suboptimal record, it’s important to note that they’re currently in the middle of a four-game road trip.

Other sports currently not in season but that you can look forward to include men’s baseball, men’s swimming and diving, golf, women’s beach volleyball, women’s softball, women’s swimming and diving, women’s tennis as well as the aforementioned basketball seasons.

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