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2015 Season ...

Palomar will kick off season schedule Sept. 1

SAN MARCOS (7-09-2015) -- Coach Hector Hernandez' Palomar women's soccer team will kick off the 2015 season on Tuesday, Sept. 1 when the Comets travel to Irvine Valley for a 3 p.m. non-conference game.

The Comets will begin Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Northern Division play on Sept. 25 when they travel to Hourglass Field in San Diego to face defending champion San Diego Miramar in a 7 p.m. match-up.

They'll play 21 games during the regular season.

Palomar went 9-9-2 last season. Goalkeeper Valentina Zito, a freshman from Hackensack High School in Hackensack, New Jersey, recorded seven shutouts on the year to lead the state..

2014 Season ...

Crone's hat trick wins season finale for PC

SAN MARCOS (11-14-2014) -- Kiatlyn Crone's three-goal outburst lifted the Palomar women's soccer team to a 5-3 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Northern Division victory over Grossmont on Friday at Minkoff Field in its final game of the season.

Crone (left) scored in the eighth, 26th and 33rd minutes to give the Comets a 3-1 lead they never relinquished. The other Palmar goals were scored by Rachel Stahl and Viviana Meza.

Valentina Zito had three saves in the goal.

Palomar finished the season at .500 overall with a 9-9-2 record. The Comets were 2-6 in the Northern Division.

Manzo scores 2 goals and PC blanks IVC 7-0

SAN MARCOS (11-11-2014) -- The Palomar women's soccer team rolled to a 7-0 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference cross-division victory over a short-handed Imperial Valley side on Tuesday at Minkoff Field as Analisa Manzo (left) scored goals in the 16th and 74th minutes.

 Brenda Magadan had a goal and an assist for the Comets. Renee Old scored the games' first goal in the 16th minute, and Denisse Ponce, Alexis Tietjen and Justine Miranda also tallied goals.

Valantna Zito recorded her seventh shutout of the season in goal, playing the entire 90 minutes, but IVC never advanced the ball past midfield and Zito had no assists.

Palomar (8-9-2) can finish the season with a .500 overall record in the Comets win their last game on Friday at 1 p.m. at Minkoff Field against Grossmont in a PCAC Northern Division match-up.

Zito gets 6th shutout; Comets beat Coyotes

SAN MARCOS (11-04-2014) -- Goalkeeper Valentina Zito recorded her sixth shutout of the season on Tuesday as the Palomar women's soccer team snapped a six-game losing streak with a 2-0 victory over Cuyamaca at Minkoff Field.

Zito, the state saves leader, added seven more to her total.

Kaitlyn Crone (left) scored the Comets' first goal off Renee Old's assist. Rachel Stahl (right) tallied the second goal off Analisa Manzo's assist.

Palomar is 7-8-2 on the season. The cross-division game does not count in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference standings, as the Comets play in the Northern Division and the Coyotes are members of the Southern Division.

 State leader Zito selected as Athlete of Week

SAN DIEGO (11-03-2004) -- Palomar's Valentina Zito, the Comets' freshman goalkeeper from Hackensack High School in New Jersey, has been honored as Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Women's Athlete of the Week.

Zito leads the state in saves with 153, 13 saves ahead of No. 2 Graciela Frias from Norco.

Last week, Zito recorded six saves against San Diego Mesa and 13 saves in a loss to Mt. San Jacinto as her team was shut out twice. She recorded five shutouts earlier in the season before the Comets went into a tailspin and dropped under .500, due largely to a lack of scoring punch.


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