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In the second non-conference mid-week double header on Hutton Field this week the Cal Lutheran softball squad fell to NAIA Corban (Ore.) University twice by 8-4 and 7-5 margins on a day filled with momentum shifts and big innings.
Sophomore transfer Chelsea Jacoby became the first Regal to earn the SCIAC Newcomer of the Year award while freshman Jessica Salottolo was named Second Team All-SCIAC.
Junior guard Arik Smith was selected as First Team All-SCIAC while fellow junior forward Coltrane Powdrill became the first Kingsmen to be named the SCIAC Newcomer of the Year in addition to earning Second Team All-SCIAC honors.
No. 12 Cal Lutheran captured its 10th straight Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) series after splitting with Chapman Tuesday, falling 12-9 in the first game before rallying in game two to win 6-0.
Mikey McGinn captured his second consecutive individual title at the Master’s College Invite and Cal Lutheran fired the low combined score of the day, 294, to vault up the leaderboard and finish second as a team Tuesday.
Mikey McGinn shot a personal best 6-under par 66 Monday during the first round of the Masters College Invite to grab the top of the individual leaderboard while Cal Lutheran is in seventh after combing for a two-round score of 605 (+29).
For the first time this spring the Cal Lutheran softball team fell on the diamond, dropping a pair against non-conference Berry (Ga.) 7-3 and 4-2 after rain postponed an originally scheduled double header from Sunday to Monday.
Kyle Sanchez had a pinch-hit RBI single in the top of the eighth that broke a 4-4 tie and Jake Petersen improved to 3-0 on the mound while also notching three RBIs at the plate as No. 12 Cal Lutheran defeated Chapman in a SCIAC game that was originally scheduled for Feb. 28 but was postponed to Monday due to rain showers over the weekend.
Playing in its first home match in nearly a month, the Cal Lutheran men’s tennis team took on the No. 28 University of Mary Washington (Pa.) Monday and won the No. 1 and 2 singles matches but couldn’t hang on as the Eagles defeated the Kingsmen 6-3.
The Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team concluded the Seventh Annual Cal Lutheran Invitational with a pair of close contests, falling 11-10 to Sonoma State and 8-6 to Villanova, on the final day of the three-day, 17-team, 34-game tournament.
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