A 2-0 win over Sonoma State in women’s soccer on Thursday has secured a playoff spot for Cal Poly Humboldt.
The Jacks are seeded No. 5 for the California Collegiate Athletic Association postseason tournament, which kicks off this weekend.
Humboldt will play at No. 4 Cal State Stanislaus on Sunday at noon.
Long’s goal was her eighth of the season, which is tied for the CCAA lead, and she also has a team-best six assists.
With the win, the Jacks closed out the regular season with a record of 12-4-2.
They finished fifth in the CCAA with a record of 6-4-1.
Former Eureka Logger Klayre Barres also will compete in the postseason tournament.
Barries, who is a junior with Chico State, and her teammates finished one spot behind the Jacks in conference in sixth place and secured the No. 6 seed.
Cal Poly Pomona placed first in the CCAA, with Cal State San Marcos second.
The top two teams will receive a first-round bye for the CCAA tournament.