Women’s soccer having successful season


The Delta Mustangs women’s soccer team is currently 7-2-1.

The team had won 7 straight games, before losing to Santa Rosa Jr College, and Folsom Lake College.

The soccer team’s last game, versus Diablo Valley College, finished in a tie with.

Diablo Valley is the number one ranked team in the state.

“I feel like we shouldn’t have lost or tie, I feel like we need to just make adjustments better,” Said Leah Manuleleun center forward for the mustangs.

Manuleleun, a freshman, is captain for her first year.

“I feel really good even though we lost and had some setbacks I feel we can be successful we are a great team, and as long as we do that, we can get really far in this season,” Said Leah

Sophomore captain Ashlyn Sotelo believes that even with this rocky moment, is certain that they will be conference champions this season.

“I feel like we’re doing pretty well, I feel we went through a rough patch last week, we can still come and win conference, if we do really well,” said Ashlyn center back for the mustangs.

The team faced the toughest teams on their schedule immediately this season.

“We went through the toughest part of the schedule and thought we played really well this Saturday and we will finish up in the Big 8,” Said Head Coach Adrienne Sorenson.

The lady Mustangs had shown great defense in the past few years and in this season as well.

“I feel like we have a lot more talent this year, we had a lot of talent last year too, we didn’t sub as much, we have a deeper team this year,” Said Ashlyn.

“We been getting better each year, I came in 2010 were the previous year the team only won two games, and when I came in we won six games, which is pretty good, and we been in the post season ever since. Last year was our best record in program history,” Said Sorenson

The new soccer field for the Mustangs currently has no lost this season for the lady Mustangs.

“We’re really excited about the new stadium and is a great thing for the community and it’s great for them, they deserve it,” Said Sorenson.

The next game for the lady Mustangs is against Sacramento City College on Friday Oct. 7th at 4:30 pm.