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After nearly three weeks away from home, the Cal Lutheran men’s volleyball team returned to Gilbert Arena where they squared off against NAIA No. 10 Clarke (Iowa) on Monday night. Winners of 12 straight matches, the Crusaders stayed hot with a 3-0 (25-19, 25-23, 25-16) sweep over the Kingsmen.
Announced on Monday afternoon by the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), Alexa Barnes of the Cal Lutheran women’s track and field team was named Athlete of the Week based on her performance at the SCIAC No. 1 Multi-Dual meet on Saturday.
After two big Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) victories against Redlands yesterday, the Cal Lutheran softball team traveled to Whittier for another pair of games on Sunday afternoon. The Regals opened the day with a 10-6 win before the Poets edged CLU 3-2 in the night cap to split the doubleheader at Palmer Field.
In non-conference action on Sunday afternoon, the Cal Lutheran men’s tennis team went up against No. 21 Mary Washington (Va.) and fell 7-2 at Poulson Tennis Center.
In the first Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) dual meet of the season, the Cal Lutheran men’s track and field team defeated Caltech 102-43 while falling to La Verne 122-38 on Saturday afternoon at Ortmayer Stadium.
In the first head-to-head conference meet of the season, the Cal Lutheran women’s track and field team swept its slate of opponents on Saturday, downing Caltech 139-12 and La Verne 102-59, at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Multi-Duals No. 1 at Ortmayer Stadium.
Entering the day, the Cal Lutheran softball team was looking for its first win of the season. After a SCIAC series against Redlands, the Regals walked off with a 5-4, 10-inning game one victory before earning a 7-6 win in the night cap today at Hutton Field.
In a non-conference matchup between two of the top ranked Division III teams in the nation, according to the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Poll, the No. 20 Cal Lutheran baseball team knocked off No. 15 Kean (N.J.) 5-2 at Sparky Anderson Field inside Ullman Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
After rain postponed a SCIAC match between the Cal Lutheran and Caltech women’s tennis teams in mid-February, the squads squared off today with the Beavers defeating the Regals 7-2.
After rain forced a postponement between the Cal Lutheran and Loyola Marymount women’s water polo teams two weeks ago, the contest was rescheduled for today at the Samuelson Aquatics Center where the Regals played well in a tough contest against the Lions, falling 13-5.
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