Irvine Valley's women's soccer team tried to rally late, but it wasn't enough in a 3-2 loss to LA Harbor at home on Tuesday at home.
The defeat dropped Irvine Valley's record to 1-2-0 overall.
LA Harbor stayed unbeaten at 2-0-0.
"We had ups and downs today," IVC coach Joe Supe said. "I thought we did a lot of good things and I was impressed with the work from players like Amanda Kutcher, Sachi Singh and Sheida Suazo. But we gave up a couple of soft goals and it cost us. We have to cut down on the mistakes and keep improving."
The Seahawks got on the board first, scoring in the 28th minute. Adriana Rivero finished off of a corner kick play.
Kutcher's free kick attempt went just over the crossbar.
The Lasers found the back of the net with just under five minutes left in the opening half.
But Harbor took the lead right back midway through the second half when Crystal Marquez knocked in a ball off a free kick from Yarellie Galindo to make it 2-1.
And the Seahawks extended their advantage with four minutes left in the contest when Rivero scored her second goal of the game.
IVC battled to the finish and got within a goal when Kutcher took advantage of a LA Harbor turnover in its defensive end and then beat the keeper with a long shot in the 88th minute.
But Irvine Valley ran out of time and came up a goal short.
The Lasers play again on Friday, taking on Norco at 4 p.m. at home.