The No. 20 Santa Clara women's soccer team beat Cal Poly 4-0 on Sunday, giving Broncos coach Jerry Smith his 400th career victory.

"We get a lot of support from the university and the athletic department," said Smith, who's in his 27th season at Santa Clara and is 400-125-51. "We also have countless players and coaches that have a lot to do with those 400 wins. I'm just the one guy that stuck around the longest."

Allie Vernon, Brittany Ambrose, Morgan Marlborough and Jordan Jesolva had goals for Broncos (6-3-1), and Andi Tostanoski made two saves against the Mustangs (4-6).

  • Stanford remained No. 5 in the Associated Press college football poll, marking the 53rd straight week that the Cardinal has been ranked. That's the fifth-longest streak behind Alabama, LSU, Oregon and Oklahoma. Also, All-American guard David Yankey, who missed Saturday's 55-17 rout of Washington State in Seattle due to an undisclosed family matter, was expected to rejoin the team Sunday.

  • The San Jose State men's soccer team (0-6-2) remained winless after a 0-0 double-overtime draw against Saint Mary's (2-4-2). The Gaels out-shot the host Spartans 16-12 over 110 minutes.

    Golf

    Kirk Triplett won his second straight First Tee Open title, closing with a 4-under 68 at Pebble Beach Golf Links for a two-shot victory over Doug Garwood and Dan Forsman. Triplett finished at 11-under 205. Garwood, a Monday qualifier making his fourth Champions Tour start, and Forsman each shot 69. Second-round leader Tom Lehman (74) was fourth at 8 under.

    Motor sports

    Yamaha's Josh Herrin won the AMA Pro SuperBike season title, and teammate Josh Hayes raced to victory in the finale at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey. Herrin finished second, 13.434 seconds behind. Herrin edged Hayes by 15 points in the standings. "This has been a life-long dream," Herrin said. "I just filled up with tears."

    Staff writer Jon Wilner and the Associated Press contributed to this report.