SAN BRUNO, Calif. – For the second straight year, the University of San Diego was picked to win the 2017 West Coast Conference Championship in the 2017 preseason poll of the WCC’s 10 head coaches. The Toreros earned five of nine possible first-place votes and 77 overall points in the poll. Gonzaga University, which shared […]
The Pacific Tigers baseball schedule is out, with the Tigers opening their home schedule on Friday, February 26 against Northwestern, the first of a four-game series against the Wildcats. Pacific will also host Northern Colorado, South Dakota State, Nevada, Fresno State, Sacramento State, San Jose State, and UC Davis in their non-conference schedule. Conference play […]
Stockton, Calif. – Director of Athletics Ted Leland has announced today that coach Ed Sprague has resigned his position as the head of the Pacific baseball program. Sprague’s decision to step down is effective immediately and a nationwide search for his replacement will begin as soon as possible.
The West Coast Conference regular season title was up for grabs on the final day of regular season play and so were the final two spots in next week’s WCC Tournament. Who would travel to Stockton wouldn’t be determined until a walk-off victory settled it. But was it the San Diego Toreros, sitting at home […]
A lot of potential scenarios have been eliminated since we brought you everything that could potentially happen this weekend in the West Coast Conference, but there are still some things being battled out on the final day. Pacific has been eliminated and Pepperdine and LMU are locked in, though they are still fighting for the […]
Who clinched a spot in their conference tournament and who blew an important win late? Which team is only one win away from doing something for the first time in school history? Find out that plus more in Saturday’s Southern California college baseball roundup that features photo galleries from Cal State Northridge and UC Riverside.
Cal State Fullerton finally got its head coach back. But would he be able to lead them to a victory against Irvine’s undefeated ace Andrew Morales? Plus, see how the crazy West Coast Conference that we broke down on Friday, is starting to shape itself up That plus a shutout, some tight games and one […]
After a three-year hiatus, the West Coast Conference re-established an end-of-the-season battle for supremacy. From 1999 to 2005, the West Coast Conference featured a championship series, pitting the two division champions against one another. Prior to the 2006 season, with the comings and goings of conference realignment, the conference returned to a single division format, […]