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On the first day of the new season the Cal Lutheran softball team dropped both games of their doubleheader against San Diego Christian at Hutton Field. CLU fell 3-0 in the first game followed by a 13-3 defeat in the second contest on Saturday afternoon.
For the final time of her four-year career on the Cal Lutheran women’s swimming and diving team, Taylor Faust suited up at the Samuelson Aquatics Center where the Regals hosted a SCIAC tri-meet on a gorgeous Saturday morning. CLU was winless, being defeated by both Occidental (208-52) and Pomona-Pitzer (228-26).
It was a straight sweep for the Cal Lutheran women’s tennis team in the 2015 opener this afternoon as the Regals ran the table against Ventura College at the Poulson Tennis Center to start the spring season.
With a pair of invitationals in the books for the 2014-15 season, the Cal Lutheran men’s golf team will be back on the links to finish up their campaign with a strong group of seven returning athletes and seven newcomers.
The Cal Lutheran men’s basketball team held on for a 69-66 upset victory over No. 15 Chapman inside Gilbert Arena on Thursday night. The win snapped the Panthers 21-game regular season winning streak and handed them their first loss this year.
The 2015 Cal Lutheran softball team will be an even balance of returning players and incoming ones as the 18-woman team features nine returning players who will be joined on the diamond this spring by eight true freshmen and a transfer with collegiate experience.
The Cal Lutheran women’s track & field team returns 20 student-athletes from their Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) championship team a year ago, and they will add nine freshman in their quest to stay atop the conference standings.
After a pair of tough SCIAC contests, the Cal Lutheran women’s basketball team dug deep and bounced back with a 77-75 overtime road win at Whittier tonight, outscoring the Poets 9-7 in the extra period at the Graham Athletics Center, to return to the win column.
After back-to-back years placing fourth in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), the Cal Lutheran men’s track and field team will look to blend their experience with incoming talent to climb the standings in 2015.
A career night from Arik Smith and a three-pointer from freshman Kellen Birdsall with five seconds left in overtime gave the Cal Lutheran men’s basketball team a 78-76 SCIAC victory over Whittier at Graham Athletics Center on Tuesday night.
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