Alec Sundly scored in the 97th minute to give the Cal men's soccer team a 3-2 overtime win over No. 2 Maryland in Berkeley on Sunday.

It was Cal's second big win of the weekend. The Bears (2-0) beat No. 3 Georgetown 2-0 on Friday. Maryland and Georgetown both were College Cup semifinalists last season.

Maryland, which tied Stanford on Friday, fell to 0-1-1.

On the winning goal, Maryland goalkeeper Zach Steffen deflected Steve Birnbaum's header into the path of Sundly, who converted from close range.

"It was a tremendous clutch play," Cal coach Kevin Grimes said of Sundly's winner. "He found a way to get in the right place at the right time."

Birnbaum scored Cal's first goal on a header at 13:46. Maryland tied it at 46:12 on a goal by Schillo Tshuma.

Cal retook the lead on Stefano Bonomo's goal at 50:35, but Maryland's Jake Pace retied it at 2-2 with a goal at 78:04.

  • The Saint Mary's College men's soccer team (2-0) got second-half goals from Ever De La Torre and Carlo Eikani in a 2-0 win over visiting LIU Brooklyn.

  • The Stanford men's soccer team (0-1-1) lost 2-0 to visiting No. 3 Georgetown.

  • The Saint Mary's women's soccer team (1-3) lost 2-0 at Colorado. "Colorado ... capitalized on two mistakes," Gaels coach Kai Edwards said.


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  • Ifeoma Onumonu's two goals helped the No. 18 Cal women's soccer team (3-0-1) win 3-0 over San Jose State (0-4-0) in Berkeley.

    Field hockey

    No. 4 Connecticut scored in the 60th minute for a 2-1 victory over Cal at Stanford's Varsity Turf. Cal's Jordan O'Reilly scored her first goal of the season off an assist from Shannon Elmitt for the Bears (1-1).

    Golf

    Defending champion Brandon Hagy leads six Cal golfers into Monday's third and final round at the 89th California State Fair men's amateur at the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course at Haggin Oaks in Sacramento. Hagy carded a 4-under 68 and shares the lead with Owen Taylor (67) at 9-under 135.

    The others Cal players who made the cut are Joël Stalter (136), Cameron Shaw (138), Clayton Madey (142), Walker Huddy (143) and Andrew Morgan (143).

    Wire services contributed to this report.