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Competing for just the second time against conference opponents, the Cal Lutheran men’s track and field team was edged slightly by Redlands (84-72) and Occidental (95-66) at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) No. 2 meet on Saturday.
Competing at Occidental College for the second straight meet, the Cal Lutheran women’s track and field team defeated the Tigers 110-48, but fell 85-76 at the hands of Redlands at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) No. 2 meet on Saturday.
On a day dedicated to raising awareness for childhood cancer, the fans filled the stands in gold while the Kingsmen salvaged a doubleheader split on the field against Whittier. CLU dropped the series opener on Friday, 9-5, and fell in game one on Saturday, 7-6, before claiming a 9-3 victory over the Poets in game two.
On the road at Las Flores Park this morning, the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team dropped a low scoring 5-4 SCIAC contest to La Verne.
For the final time of the spring, the Cal Lutheran baseball team hosted a non-SCIAC opponent at George “Sparky” Anderson Field. Today against MIT the Kingsmen used multi-run innings in the third, sixth and eighth innings to defeat the Engineers 11-6.
Today the Cal Lutheran women’s tennis team hosted Lewis & Clark from the Northwest Conference at the Poulson Tennis Center for a non-conference match that went to the Pioneers by a score of 8-1.
The No. 24 Cal Lutheran men’s tennis team welcomed a formidable opponent in No. 13 University of Chicago to Poulson Tennis Center on Wednesday afternoon, but after taking an early lead, the Kingsmen stumbled in singles play and fell 7-2.
SCIAC competition for the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team continued today on the road at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps where the Regals dropped an 8-5 decision to the Athenas.
Only six strokes separated the top four teams at the West Cup hosted by La Verne at Tukwet Canyon on Monday and Tuesday. The Cal Lutheran men’s golf team combined for a 54-hole total of 898 (+34) to place fourth in the field of 15.
On Saturday afternoon on George “Sparky” Anderson Field inside of Ullman Stadium expect to see a little more gold than normal for a Saturday. Donning their Sunday golds, the Cal Lutheran baseball team, along with eight-year-old honorary team-member, Kyle O’Connor, will join forces with Cancer Fit, Inc. to promote Childhood Cancer Awareness, which is recognized by the color gold.
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