Elementary school girls from the Huntington Beach United soccer club approached Mauricio Ingrassia on Sunday, asking for autographs. The second-year Long Beach State women’s soccer coach was happy to oblige, even remarking that someday the players, who faced another club at halftime, may well end up wearing a 49ers uniform. If the young ladies do indeed aspire to someday don the black and gold, the legacy they will have to live up to is getting stronger by the day. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 With the win, the 49ers moved to 10-3-1 to set a modern program mark for season wins, and with a 3-1 Big West record, also control their own destiny for a top-four league finish and conference tournament berth. The win also concludes a weekend in which the 49ers faced two teams that have dominated the conference standings in recent years, and scored two-goal wins over each after Friday’s 4-2 triumph against defending conference tournament champion Cal Poly. Sunday’s scoring came courtesy of two 49ers who were not at full strength in last Sunday’s 1-0 loss at Cal State Northridge. Bolt has a cast on her left wrist due to an injury suffered in the Big West-opening 1-0 win at Pacific 10 days ago, and was unable to play against the Matadors last Sunday. “I struggled with the wrist, especially (Friday),” said Bolt, who opened the scoring in the fourth minute Sunday. “But I’m going to get the cast off Tuesday, so then I won’t have to deal with it anymore.” Silos started last week but was hampered by the effects of an ingrown toenail on her left big toe, and was not able to call on her speed or take corner kicks left-footed. She went to the podiatrist last week, and had a goal in each of the weekend’s games and two assists Friday. “It was really infected for about a month,” said Silos, whose 86th-minute strike from 30 yards out iced the game. “It’s awesome now, I love it. It’s like playing on a new foot.” In front of a season-high crowd of 632 at George Allen Field, LBSU beat defending Big West Conference regular-season champion UC Santa Barbara, 3-1, behind two goals from freshman midfielder Hayley Bolt and another from freshman forward Kim Silos to pick up a program-record seventh home win of the season. “Everyone’s coming together, we know how each other plays,” said junior midfielder Erin Empting, who combined with Dana Farquhar on the game-winning assist. “It’s so amazing, I’m on Cloud Nine. It was a big weekend, big wins.” The 49ers now have eight days off before hosting former and future conference foes at George Allen Field. In its first year out of the Big West, Idaho comes to town Oct. 18, and as it prepares to join the conference next year, UC Davis will be the opponent Oct. 21. “I didn’t really have any set expectations, just the goal to be in the top four (in conference),” Ingrassia said. “Things have come together real nicely, so I’m just real happy to be where we’re at right now.” WOMEN’S TENNIS Junior Rachael Porsz won two titles at the 2005 Cal State Fullerton Fall Intercollegiates. Porsz captured the back draw singles and doubles titles, teaming with Jessica Weeks in doubles. The 49ers also came away with the doubles title in the main draw, as No. 1-seeded Katy Williams-Sandra Rocha captured the crown. Porsz won her singles semifinal, 8-5, over UC Irvine’s Clare Fermin. She then captured the title by default over UCI’s Ali Borowicz. Porsz and Weeks defeated fellow 49ers Emmanuelle Tabatruong and Krystina Katayama, 8-6, in the doubles semifinals, and then stopped Juliette Mutkze and Amy Vyhnis of UC Santa Barbara, 8-1, for the title. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!