Torline again led the Coyotes on the attack with 19 kills and overcame CBU's victories in sets three and four to win in five.
With Danielle Newcombe serving in the final set, the Coyotes strung a three-point run for a 6-4 lead.
After CBU cut the Coyotes' lead to 8-7, two consecutive attack errors from CBU put the Coyotes up 10-7. They remained ahead and with Stephanie Sinohui at the serve, CSUSB got a block assist from McIntosh and Newcombe and attack error to move ahead 14-10.
And after a CBU point, Torline, predictably, got the victory with her final kill of the day.
Newcombe had 13 kills and May 10 to complete the Coyotes' double-digit efforts. Ashley Solis and May each had four block assists.
TOURNEY NOTES: Torline was the only Coyote named to the all-tourney team, announced upon conclusion of the two-day event. UCSD's Sara McCutchan was named the tourney's most outstanding player.
Senior Raul Gomez received the ball just three minutes in overtime and made his shot count as the Coyotes defeated host Cal State East Bay 1-0 in CCAA men's soccer Sunday.
Six games into the season, CSUSB owns a 4-0-2 overall record, 2-0 in the CCAA and has yet to give up a goal in more than 580 minutes.
Not bad for a team that had its head coach resign a week before fall camp began.
CSUSB was out-shot 18-10 through regulation, but Gomez made the most of his opportunity. His strike was the only shot by either team in OT.
Jeff Salt earned the start and played just the first half. Robert Gonzalez came in and had four saves in 48-plus minutes of work.
Juan Gonzalez led the Coyotes with three shots and with two SOG against the Pioneers, now 0-4, 0-2.
CSUSB will make its home debut Friday afternoon against Cal Poly Pomona. First kick is 12:30 p.m.
Senior goalkeeper Chelsey Jones earned her third shutout victory of the season and freshman Paige Kang scored her first collegiate goal in the Coyotes' 1-0 win over host Cal State East Bay in CCAA women's soccer Sunday afternoon.
The Coyotes take a 3-2 overall record and 1-1 CCAA slate into Friday's home opener against Cal Poly Pomona. Kick off is 3:00 p.m.
Senior Carissa Kutkowski fired in a cross and Kang headed the ball past Pioneers' GK Donna Williams in the 21st minute for the lead.
That was all Jones and company needed as the Hesperia native had three saves on the day -- all in the second half.
The Coyotes had just two shots on goal -- the other from freshman Kiana Quarles, some three minutes before Kang's shot.
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