Tag Archives: Big West

UC Irvine Takes Series 4-1

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Fri. UCI 10 – LBSU 5
Sat. UCI 1- LBSU 5
Sun. UCI 4 – LBSU 1

LONG BEACH, Calif. — UCI starter Daniel Bibona held Long Beach State to one run to lead the No. 7 Anteaters to a 4-1 win over No. 16 Long Beach State Sunday at Blair Field. UCI improved to 23-6 overall and 5-4 in the Big West while Long Beach State dropped to 19-14 overall (2-4 Big West).

Bibona retired nine of the first 10 batters he faced. The southpaw worked himself out of a jam in the fourth, retiring three straight after giving up a single and a base on balls to start the frame. Outfielder Dillon Bell’s diving catch on Rylan Sandoval’s sinking line drive ended the Dirtbag threat. Bibona matched a career-best 6.2 innings, struck out five and scattered six hits to improve to 5-1. Continue reading

Jefferies’ Career Day Gives Aggies Series Victory Over Gauchos

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Fri. UC Davis 2 – UCSB 9
Sat. UC Davis 16 – UCSB 2
Sun. UC Davis 18 – UCSB 14

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – UC Davis scored five runs in the 11th inning, and junior catcher Jake Jefferies had a career-best five hits and six RBI’s off three two-run doubles to help the Aggies claim an 18-14 victory and series win over UC Santa Barbara in a Big West Conference baseball game live on Big West TV Sunday afternoon at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium. Continue reading

Fullerton’s 17 Runs Just Barely Enough in Series Win

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Fri. CSF 12 – CS Northridge 0
Sat. CSF 2 – CS Northridge 4
Sun. CSF 17 – CS Northridge 15

Fullerton, Calif. – Three home runs and nine RBI by Cal State Northridge catcher Chirs Hannick was not enough to overcome No. 16 Cal State Fullerton Sunday afternoon as the Titans defeated the Matadors 17-15 to take the Big West Conference series at Goodwin Field. Continue reading

Bama, Illinois, Campbell, Louisville, Towson, and San Diego pick up wins

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Alabama 7 Southeastern Louisiana 0

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama left-hander Miers Quigley threw one less scoreless inning Wednesday night than Southeastern Louisiana used pitchers in leading the Crimson Tide to a 7-0 win at Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

Quigley (4-1) held the Lions to six singles in seven innings for his fourth win of the season and third straight victory. He added three strikeouts and did not walk a batter in his 90-pitch gem. Continue reading

Around the Nation (College Newspaper Edition)

The CBB will bring you some links from around the nation throughout the season from College Newspapers. Check out some of these articles from some good student newspapers.

The Temple News: Upset helps squad climb A-10 ladder
The Diamondback (UMD Paper): Stopping the Slump
The California Aggie (UC-Davis): Washington trip yields a split
The Cavalier Daily (UVA): Weekend Recap
The Oracle (South Florida): Bulls vie for tournament spot

OC-Register checks in with Dave Serrano

The Orange County Register writer Keith Sharon checks in with Cal-State Fullerton head coach Dave Serrano. Sharon grew up with Serrano in Cerritos CA playing in youth leagues up until high school with him. He talks about how much love that Serrano had for the game based upon how he took a field maintenance job at Cerritos Community College when he had an unpaid assistant coaching job. We now see that Serrano has moved on from the lower levels as he is one of the top college baseball coaches in the country. The full article is available here.

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Aggies Outslug Cougars To Take Series Finale

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PULLMAN, Wash. – Junior catcher Jake Jefferies had a game-high five hits and drove in three runs, and UC Davis used a season-high 21 hits to overcome a seven-run deficit and defeat Washington State, 13-11, in a nonconference baseball game at Bailey-Brayton Field Sunday afternoon. The Aggie win evened the final series at 2-2.

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UCSB Trounces Pacific in Series Finale, 12-2


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Stockton, Calif.The UC Santa Barbara offense (21-9, 5-1) powered the Gauchos to a 12-2 win against University of the Pacific (6-22, 1-5) on Sunday at Klein Family Field. UCSB pounded out 12 runs on 16 hits as senior starting pitcher Chuck Huggins (6-1) tamed the Tigers, allowing only two runs in seven innings of work.

The Gauchos scored a run in the first inning to take an early lead that they would never relinquish. Following a pair of singles from Chris Fox and Eric Oliver, left fielder Mike Zuanich singled through the left side, scoring Fox for the first run of the game. The Gauchos first inning run gives them 33 on the year, second only to the fourth inning in which they have scored 35 runs.

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