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  • College Roundup: OCC men's golf wins OEC meet

    MEN'S GOLF Orange Empire Conference meet CYPRESS — Orange Coast College won the conference-opening event Wednesday at Navy Golf Course. Tie at 71 Kyle Melchiorre and Michael Chen both shot one-under-par 71 to help the Pirates improve to 7-0 in...
  • Community College Baseball: Pirates piling up numbers

    COSTA MESA — Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli said he really doesn't have a classic No. 3, cleanup, or No. 5 hitter this season, but rather a bunch of No. 6 and No. 7 hitters to fill in between the top and bottom of the order....
  • Four homers propel Orioles to 6-5 Grapefruit League win over Pirates

    Four homers propel Orioles to 6-5 Grapefruit League win over Pirates
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- The Orioles hit a spring-high four homers off Pittsburgh Pirates pitching Friday afternoon in a 6-5 win at Ed Smith Stadium. It was the Orioles' sixth victory in seven  Grapefruit League games this spring. Second baseman Brian Roberts...
  • College Roundup: Arroyo leads Lions to win

    BASEBALL Vanguard 7, Biola 3 LA MIRADA — Bryce Arroyo went three for five with two runs batted in for the Lions in the Golden State Athletic Conference game Friday. Adonis Tountas went two for five with two RBIs for Vanguard 9-8, 4-8 in...
  • HU men come back to defeat Bethune-Cookman, clinch 3rd seed in MEAC tournament

    Ed Joyner Jr., and his Hampton University players give little thought to regular season standings and potential tournament scenarios. Their current path has put them in fine position. The Pirates overcame foul trouble and a sluggish start to bounce...
  • HU comeback falls short against N.C. Central 68-64 in regular season finale

    A season’s worth of tight games and comebacks again served Hampton University well, but the Pirates learned that playing from behind isn’t a consistent formula for success. The Pirates climbed out of a steep hole, but North Carolina Central&...
  • Wei-Yin Chen has solid second outing in Orioles' win over Pirates

    In his second outing of the spring, Orioles lefty Wei-Yin Chen struggled occasionally with his command Friday night, but overall he continued his progression for the regular season. Starting in a 6-3 Grapefruit League win over the Pittsburgh Pirates,...
  • Miguel Gonzalez struggles in Orioles' 5-2 loss to Pirates

    Miguel Gonzalez struggles in Orioles' 5-2 loss to Pirates
    Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez learned on Saturday night that he would be getting the start against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday afternoon because Chris Tillman is dealing with abdomen soreness. It was no big deal for Gonzalez, who made 15...
  • Some morning Orioles notes on lineups, Tillman, Arrieta, Britton

    Some morning Orioles notes on lineups, Tillman, Arrieta, Britton
    The Orioles play in Bradenton again this afternoon against the Pittsburgh Pirates – that’s the 723rd game between the two teams this spring (I’m only slightly exaggerating). Here’s the Orioles' lineup: Alexi Casilla 6, Lew Ford...
  • HU women turn back Coppin 78-52 in MEAC semis, play for title Saturday

    NORFOLK — By halftime of their recent games, the most vexing issue for Hampton University's women was pepperoni or sausage on the post-game pizzas. On Friday, in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament semifinals, they faced an opponent...
  • HU women crush Delaware State 63-28 in MEAC quarterfinal

    NORFOLK — Hampton University concluded the regular season on a historic defensive note as it wrapped up an unbeaten conference record and the No. 1 seed in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament. So naturally, the Lady Pirates spent the...