Men’s soccer hopes to start winning games

Mario Saldana, Reporter

Since facing Allan Hancock on Sept. 20, Bakersfield College men’s soccer team (2-8-3) are still searching for a win after losing three games with two at home and one away game.

They managed to tie Oxnard, but have been struggling to find a win even though they have not had problems with finding the back of the net.

After the loss 6-0 loss to Fresno, the Renegades haven’t had a scoreless game since. Alberto Munoz has scored four goals this season, scoring two goals while facing Victor Valley and Citrus.

Before Conference games started, the Renegades faced Clovis (5-5-4) at home resulting in a loss and got a tie when facing Oxnard (6-0-7). Oxnard is a team that is up in their conference (2-0) as Maynor Alcaraz (2) managed to score the only goal for BC.

The Renegades played its opening conference game against Victor Valley (2-0) at home on Oct. 11, which ended with a loss 2-1. Munoz score the only goal for BC.

Their second game into conference play was against Citrus (1-0-1) in an away game, though leading goal scorers Munoz (4) and Edwin Bernal (5) scored in the game. Both Munoz and Bernal are having success this season finding the back of the net.

The Bakersfield Renegades (0-2-0) are struggling to find a win in a tough Western State-South conference, but with none of their games being scoreless, since facing Fresno, they are bound to start making some positive changes in their game and results. The Renegades’ next home game is on Oct. 21 against Glendale College.

Then they will be on the road for two games before coming back home for two games against Citrus College on Nov. 1 and College of the Canyons on Nov. 4.