Announced today by the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), 150 Cal Lutheran student-athletes were honored with SCIAC All-Academic accolades during the 2016-17 school year, an increase of 24 from a year ago.
Cal Lutheran has announced Mike Gennette as the full-time head men’s and women’s tennis coach moving forward. Gennette, a 24-year coach for the Kingsmen took over the Regals program late in 2017 and will continue to guide the team in the future.
California Lutheran University is organizing and sponsoring summer youth and elite level high school athletic camps. The baseball, basketball, football, soccer, tennis, volleyball camps and specialized clinics were developed by Cal Lutheran coaches and will be run with the assistance of student-athletes in the university’s sports facilities.
On Saturday, May 6 inside of the Gilbert Arena, the Fourteenth Annual Scholar-Athlete Society Induction took place as 176 student-athletes, the largest group in the history of the event, were honored for academic accomplishments after the day-to-day emphasis is shined on athletics during the year.
The Cal Lutheran women’s tennis team competed at the 117th Annual Ojai Valley Tournament over the weekend in a tune up before the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Championships beginning this Friday, May 5.
In the final Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) match of the regular season, the Cal Lutheran women’s tennis team shut out Chapman 9-0 at Costa Mesa Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon.
Playing on the Poulson Tennis Center Courts for the final time in the four-year careers of seniors Shelby Kubota and Emily Werman, the Cal Lutheran women’s tennis team worked to an 8-1 SCIAC victory over Occidental this morning.