Two weeks after last stepping on the diamond in a competitive environment, the Cal Lutheran softball team shutout Occidental 3-0 in the first game of a SCIAC road series this afternoon, falling 5-1 in game two.
Saturday on the road the Cal Lutheran softball team split with Chapman in SCIAC action, dropping a close 2-1 decision in extra innings during game one before defeating the Panthers 7-1 in the nightcap.
A week after last taking the field, the Cal Lutheran softball team looked to return to the win column in a SCIAC doubleheader against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at Hutton Field on a warm Saturday. Unfortunately, a pair of inning-shortened games went to the visiting Athenas, 8-0 in five and 12-4 in six.
The Cal Lutheran softball team nearly pulled off an upset in game one against No. 5 Linfield, but the Wildcats rallied in the seventh to comeback and win, 7-3. Linfield carried its momentum into the second game and completed the sweep with an 11-1 victory on Sunday at Hutton Field.
After a rain-shortened non-conference affair on Wednesday, the Cal Lutheran softball team returned to Hutton Field beneath sunny blue skies to host Whittier for two Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) games today. The first was controlled by the Regals during a 7-1 win and the second went to the home team by an 11-6 margin.
On a hot Thursday afternoon, Cal Lutheran hosted Pacific (Ore.) out of the Northwest Conference for two with the Boxers upending the Regals twice by 5-2 and 12-4 margins with the second ending in after six innings.
On a cool, yet sunny and clear, Tuesday afternoon, the Cal Lutheran softball team returned to the diamond, hosting Hope International for two games at Hutton Field. The Regals and Royalsbattled for more than four total hours with the home team walking away with 12-7 and 7-5 victories to remain undefeated in 2016.