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SoCal Roundup: West Coast Champs Crowned


Have to keep the roundup of the exciting final full day of Southern California action to a minimum tonight as I’m headed out from Banner Island Ballpark in Stockton, Calif. after the WCC Championship and driving to Las Vegas, Nev. for the Mountain West finale tomorrow. (Well, I ended up getting booted from Banner Island […]

SoCal Roundup: Justin Garza No Hitter


The Mountain West Conference Tournament had a couple of exciting finishes and officially has a team swinging a mean scythe. The West Coast Conference has its championship game participants and it will be a familiar face-off. Oh…and some guy named Garza happened to throw nine innings without the other team getting a hit and there […]

SoCal Roundup: Conference Tourney Time


The Mountain West and West Coast conference tournaments got underway in Las Vegas and Stockton, Calif. How did the Southern California squads perform in tournament action? Find out… All that plus the Big West teams in action in their final regular season weekend in this Thursday edition of the Southern California College Baseball Roundup.

SoCal Roundup: Two-Way Face Off on Mom’s Day


Two-way players are becoming more and more rare in the college baseball game, but their value has never been higher with the 11.7 scholarship limit. In Southern California, there have been a number of two-way studs, including Michael Lorenzen last year with Cal State Fullerton. This year, Pepperdine’s Aaron Brown and San Diego’s Louie Lechich […]

SoCal Roundup: Morales Outduels Imhof


In the Big West battle of the season, UC Irvine ace Andrew Morales matched up with Cal Poly stud Matt Imhof. The two pitchers definitely flashed their stuff, combining for 21 strikeouts on the night. See how the game played out. That plus more, including how the San Diego squads did in crucial conference battles […]

SoCal Roundup: Kissing Your Sister


With UC Santa Barbara, Pepperdine and Cal State Northridge not having lights at their fields, it opens up the possibility of being able to catch multiple games in one day when those teams play at home and then other Southern California squads host night games. But not having lights also opens up the possibility of […]

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