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.
Announced today by the SCIAC, a trio of Cal Lutheran women’s water polo players was recognized as All-SCIAC while head coach Craig Rond and assistant coach Cody Pletcher were voted as the 2017 Coaching Staff of the Year.
The Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team wrapped up the 2017 SCIAC Championships in the third place game, finishing exactly where it started in fourth after going 1-2 over the weekend. The fourth-seeded Regals fell to third-seeded and host La Verne, 9-7, today to close out the 2017 season.
For the first time in seven years the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team advanced to the semifinals of the 2017 SCIAC Championships. Unfortunately, facing top-seeded Whittier, the fourth seeded Regals dropped a 16-5 decision this afternoon.
Entering the 2017 SCIAC women’s water polo Championships, the Cal Lutheran team was seeded fourth and remained in the winner’s bracket after defeating fifth-seeded Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 9-8 in double overtime at the La Verne Aquatics Center today.
For Nicole Guerriero, being a Division III student-athlete means more than being able to pursue her passion for a sport while being able to keep up with her academics. To Guerriero, being at a Division III school meant being given a second chance.