In a matchup between the two highest seeds remaining at the 2017 NCAA Division III West Regional, the No. 2 seeded Cal Lutheran baseball team pulled away from No. 3 Centenary (La.) for an 8-2 victory on Friday night at Irwin Field.
After a strong offensive start and an exhilarating finish on the defensive end, the No. 15 Cal Lutheran baseball team calmed the Tornados of Concordia (Texas) 6-3 to open the 2017 NCAA Division III West Regional hosted by Tyler, Texas on Thursday afternoon.
Announced late last night by the NCAA Division III Baseball Committee, Cal Lutheran will play at one of the four six-team regional sites in 2017 as in past years. There are four additional eight-team regional sites to accommodate the 56-team field set to play for the opportunity to advance to the 2017 DIII College World Series in Appleton, Wis. from May 26-31.
Announced this morning by the SCIAC, the Cal Lutheran baseball program landed six All-SCIAC selections with Miguel Salud earning Newcomer of the Year in 2017 as the Kingsmen locked up both the regular season and SCIAC Postseason Tournament titles.
With a 3-2 victory over Redlands on Sunday afternoon at Ullman Stadium, the No. 19 Cal Lutheran baseball team captured its fourth Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Postseason Tournament Championship in five years, and with it secured a spot in the NCAA Division III Regionals.
The No. 19 Cal Lutheran baseball team reached the 30-win plateau for the fifth straight season while advancing to its fifth consecutive Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Postseason Tournament Championship game with a 4-3 win over Redlands on Saturday at Ullman Stadium.
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.
In the opening game of the 2017 SCIAC Baseball Postseason Tournament on Friday afternoon, the No. 19 Cal Lutheran baseball team and No. 1 seed in the tournament defeated No. 4 seed La Verne 6-2 behind another dominant pitching performance from ace Marshall Pautsch.
The 2017 SCIAC Postseason Baseball Tournament is headed back to Thousand Oaks for the fourth time in the five-year history of the event as Cal Lutheran locked up its 14th overall reglar season title and fifth consecutive SCIAC championship.
With a one game lead over second-place La Verne entering Saturday, the No. 16 Cal Lutheran baseball team controlled its own destiny and swept Claremont-Mudd-Scripps to claim the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Championship for the fifth straight season and 14th overall in program history. The Kingsmen shut out the Stags 5-0 in game one before topping CMS 5-2 at George “Sparky” Anderson Field on Senior Day.