Richmond Youth Soccer product Colin Jacques scored twice as the the Simon Fraser University men's soccer team wrapped up the nonconference portion of their schedule by remaining undefeated with a convincing 9-0 win over the Trinity Lutheran Eagles on Saturday afternoon at Terry Fox Field.
The sophomore striker got credit for his first goal when his cross went off a Trinity Lutheran defender and in.
In the 25th minute, the McMath secondary graduate got his second of the match when he took a cross from Carlo Basso and scored to make it 3-0. The score remained that way until the 70th minute when the home side exploded for six more goals.
Jacques now has three goals on the season after scoring two days earlier in a win over Hawaii Pacific.
The Clan will begin Great Northwest Athletic Conference play this week when they travel to Billings, MT to face the Montana State University Billings Yellowjackets on Thursday and to Nampa, ID to face the Northwest Nazarene Crusaders on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Bea Francisco backstopped the UBC Thunderbirds women's field hockey team to a pair of dominant wins to open up Canada West play.
The two-time defending CIS national champions swept the Calgary Dinosaurs with 7-1 and 7-0 victories.
Francisco is in her fourth season with the T-Birds. The Little Flower Academy graduate is one of six players who suited up for a Canadian team that finished 14th at the Junior World Cup in Germany over the summer.
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