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The Cal Lutheran women’s track and field team competed against the top three teams in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) standings at the SCIAC Multi-Dual No. 3 meet hosted by CLU on Saturday at Occidental. All tied in first-place with five dual-meet points apiece entering Saturday’s meet, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Redlands and Occidental defeated the fourth-place Regals by scores of 123-39, 112.50-49.50 and 108-55, respectively.
The Cal Lutheran men’s track and field team hosted the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Multi-Dual No. 3 meet at Occidental College on Saturday afternoon and competed against the top three teams in the conference standings. Currently sitting in fourth place after two dual-meets, the Kingsmen fell to first-place Redlands 111-46, tied for first-place Occidental 110-47 and third place Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 111-43.
The longest SCIAC road trip of the season was worth it for the Cal Lutheran softball team as the Regals routed the Redlands Bulldogs 8-0 and won 6-4 at the Field of Dreams today to complete a four-game season sweep.
A four-game road trip to the Pacific Northwest was a challenge for the ABCA No. 10 Cal Lutheran baseball team as the Kingsmen defeated Puget Sound 9-4 on Thursday before having a 15-game win-streak snapped by sister school Pacific Lutheran on Friday. PLU earned a three-game series sweep.
A SCIAC road match today between the Cal Lutheran and Pomona-Pitzer women’s tennis teams went to the Sagehens in shutout fashion as the Regals fell 9-0 to the ITA No. 5 ranked team.
The final regular season home game of the season saw the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team take down Redlands 12-5 in a SCIAC senior day to remember for a pair of Regals.
Entering the day with identical SCIAC records and fighting for a spot in the SCIAC Postseason Tournament as the season winds down, the softball series between Cal Lutheran and Chapman today was crucial for both programs. On Good Friday, the outcome was a split for the Regals and Panthers, as the teams remain knotted in fifth place with 10 games apiece to play in the regular season. CLU fell 2-1 in game one before earning a 1-0 victory in the nightcap.
Playing at home on a gorgeous Good Friday afternoon, the Cal Lutheran men’s tennis team hosted (SCIAC leading and ITA No. 3 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps for a dual match at the Poulson Tennis Center where the Kingsmen stole one set in an 8-1 loss to the Stags.
Over the weekend, the Cal Lutheran men’s golf team competed at the SCIAC No. 2 tournament hosted by La Verne at the Oak Quarry Golf Course where the Kingsmen improved on day two to tie for fourth with a team total of 609 (+33).
Announced on Monday afternoon by the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), Jimmy Jauregui of the Cal Lutheran baseball team was named Athlete of the Week based on his performance during the week of Apr. 3-9.
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