A coed celebrity soccer match and postgame concert will be held Saturday at Municipal Stadium to support the ReachuP! Foundation created by Brandi Chastain and Los Gatos podiatrist Joan Oloff.
Former U.S. national team stars Kristine Lilly, Julie Foudy, Tisha Venturini Hoch and Leslie Osborne will join Chastain, a former Archbishop Mitty and Santa Clara University star.
Also expected to play are former 49ers Joe Nedney, former Shark Mike Ricci, Olympic skating icon Kristi Yamaguchi and extreme skier Kristy Leskinen also are expected to participate.
The game is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. It will be followed by a concert from Radio Disney headlined by Shane Harper. The foundation promotes girls' sports. For information: www.reachupworld.com or www.sjgiants.com.
San Jose State and Santa Clara won their opening matches of the San Jose State/Santa Clara Tournament.
Carlos Montes set up Erik Hurtado for a pair of goals, and the Broncos earned a 2-0 victory over regionally-ranked New Jersey Institute of Technology at Buck Shaw Stadium.
Hurtado has 23 goals in his career, seventh all-time in Bronco history.
The Spartans got two goals from team-scoring leader Steven Sanchez and a game-winner from Tom Barnes to defeat the Bradley Braves 3-2.
Kyle Lunt and Tony Salciccia (Prospect High) also scored for Cal.
Craig Nitti broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth minute of overtime, heading home the golden-goal, game-winner to give Loyola Marymount a 2-1 win over Stanford. Lions freshman keeper Paul Blanchette (Gunn High) made eight saves. Stanford's Aaron Kovar scored in the 81st minute to tie it.
Jazmin Ponce scored her second goal of the game in the 71st minute, lifting visiting Arizona to a 2-1 win over Cal in the teams' Pac-12 opener. The Bears played a player down after goalkeeper Emily Kruger was issued a red card in the 51st minute.
Middle blocker Inky Ajanaku had 11 kills on 19 swings, and the No. 6 Stanford women's volleyball team won at Utah 17-25, 25-22, 25-23, 27-25. Jordan Burgess led Stanford with 16 kills and Madi Bugg had 54 assists for the Cardinal (10-2, 2-0 Pac-12).
Though Team Korea has paid its entry fee, there are questions whether the syndicate will have enough money to build a 72-foot catamaran for the Louis Vuitton Cup next summer, which will determine which challenger faces defending champion Oracle Racing in the 34th America's Cup on San Francisco Bay.
Staff writer Elliott Almond contributed to this report