No. 15 Bears Tie Lehigh, 1-1, in 2 OTs in Cal Legacy Classic

September 9, 2011

BERKELEY - Fifteenth-ranked California battled Lehigh for 120 minutes Friday afternoon on Goldman Field at Edwards Stadium, and the teams wound up tying, 1-1, after two overtimes in the Golden Bears' first game of the Cal Legacy Classic. Each team now has a 1-1-2 record after the nonconference match.

The Bears scored first, as Tony Salciccia collected his first goal of the season with a long-range blast that ricocheted off the goalpost and in at the 29:44 mark. Sophomore defender Ryan Neil assisted on the goal.

Twenty nine seconds into the second half, James Meyerkord equalized for the Mountain Hawks. He collected a loose ball at the top of the Cal box and slotted the ball in the net.

Cal next plays Kentucky (4-1-1) - also ranked No. 15 in another national poll - at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 11, in the Cal Legacy Classic. Lehigh and Kentucky also play at Stanford as part of the Cal Legacy Classic. The Wildcats lost at previously winless Stanford, 3-1, today. The Mountain Hawks play on the Farm at 3:30 p.m. Sunday.

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