TAMPA -- Cal State Bakersfield allowed three second-half goals Tuesday night and lost 3-0 at South Florida.
The Roadrunners (2-5-1) and South Florida (3-1-4) had a 90-minute delay starting at halftime because of a power outage.
When play resumed, South Florida's Lindo Mfeka scored just two minutes into the second half. Mfeka added another goal in the 81st minute and a breakaway goal in the 85th minute gave the Bulls an insurance goal.
South Florida had an 18-8 edge in shots and 6-2 advantage in shots on goal.
This was CSUB's final match before it begins its inaugural Western Athletic Conference season Saturday at UNLV.
"I gave our team our toughest non-conference schedule ever and we are too young this year to play NCAA Tournament-type teams on the road," CSUB coach Simon Tobin said in a release. "We played well tonight but the lights went out at halftime. ... We didn't find our rhythm after the delay and conceded goals from naive mistakes."
Hat tricks pace BC women
D.J. Vidal and Reshana Watson had three goals apiece to lead Bakersfield College to a 7-0 Western State Conference South Division women's soccer win over West Los Angeles College on Tuesday.
BC (5-2 overall, 1-0 WSC) also had a goal from Jessica Murillo. Casey Bryan and Halle Meadows had two assists each while Vidal and Emily Blakslee each added an assist.
BC is at Antelope Valley College on Friday.
BC rooter bus Saturday
Fans who want to attend Saturday's Bakersfield College football game at Canyons can ride on a BC rooter bus.
The cost is $25 per person, which does not include food, beverages or a game ticket. The limit is 55 passengers.
The deadline is Friday at noon. Call 395-4800 for reservations.