Heading into the final 20 minutes of Sunday's match, Embry-Riddle trailed Simpson 1-0, but Djougher Oliveira scored twice in a 3:07 span to quickly give the Eagles an advantage they would not surrender, leading to a win that made them 2-0 in California Pacific Conference play. With the win, ERAU moves into a four-way tie for second with six points in the conference standings, matching Park-Gilbert and Benedictine Mesa at 2-0 and SU at 2-1. UC Merced, 2-0-1, sits on top of the Cal Pac with seven points. All those unblemished records will be challenged this coming week as BENU and PARK travel to Northern California to take on SU and UCM. ERAU visits Southern California to face Saint Katherine and Soka America.