The Cal State Fullerton men’s soccer team,...
The Cal State Fullerton men’s soccer team, which begins its season Saturday, is ranked fourth nationally in a poll released this week.
The Titans received 375 points in the Intercollegiate Soccer Assn. of America preseason poll, which ranks Virginia No. 1 with 478 points.
Fullerton opens its season Saturday at home against Sacramento State in the Reebok Classic at 7:30 p.m. Last season, Fullerton was 16-7, 5-2 in the Pacific Division of the Mountain Pacific Soccer Federation.
Delphia Moore, a former Orange High hurdler, has signed an letter of intent to attend Cal State Northridge on a track scholarship, Orange Coach Lanny Carter said. Moore was the Century League champion in the 300 intermediate hurdles last spring, and her top mark of 43.6 seconds was second-best in Orange County.
Nate Morton, a junior center, transferred from Ocean View High to Calvary Chapel, a Calvary Chapel school administrator confirmed Tuesday.
Morton, 6 feet 5, enrolled at Calvary Chapel in early August, Athletic Director Kris Van Hook said. Morton should be a big addition for the Eagles (12-13, 6-5 in Olympic League play), who have several players returning.