On a hot Thursday afternoon, Cal Lutheran hosted Pacific (Ore.) out of the Northwest Conference for two with the Boxers upending the Regals twice by 5-2 and 12-4 margins with the second ending in after six innings.
On a cool, yet sunny and clear, Tuesday afternoon, the Cal Lutheran softball team returned to the diamond, hosting Hope International for two games at Hutton Field. The Regals and Royalsbattled for more than four total hours with the home team walking away with 12-7 and 7-5 victories to remain undefeated in 2016.
After one of the most successful seasons in recent years, with 20 wins and a first-ever appearance in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Postseason Tournament (since its inception in 2008), the Cal Lutheran softball team is back and looking for more. The Regals will feature an experienced unit with 13 returners while adding five newcomers to the mix for 2016.
After finishing her four year varsity career at Chaminade High School, Northridge native Courtney Sooy was left with a college decision and California Lutheran University was always a part of the conversation.
The largest sporting event in Los Angeles since the 1984 Olympics is coming to town and California Lutheran University and the city of Thousand Oaks are honored to be hosting Special Olympic World Games delegations from four countries between July 21-24, 2015 prior to the start of competition on July 25 as a Host Town.
Six Cal Lutheran student-athletes were selected to The Star’s College First Team of the Spring in 2015. Earning accolades were Ramsey Abushahla (baseball), Michael Bassette (track & field), Moises Cardenas (tennis), Blake Lewis (softball), Keegan Sheard (golf) and Melissa Skiba (track & field).
At the conclusion of each academic and athletic year the school with the most combined championships points in Division III is honored with the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. In 2014-15 Cal Lutheran was one of eight SCIAC schools to appear in the final standings as announced on June 4.