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  • College Update: Olmedo-Barrera, Cal State Fullerton baseball headed to Super Regional

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. David Olmedo-Barrera (St. Francis High, 2012) Cal State Fullerton baseball junior: A stellar season for Olmedo-Barrera and the Titans will continue Saturday, when Fullerton opens up...
  • Briefs: Ex-'Eater Chin wins

    UC Irvine alum John Chin won the Reno Open last month to earn an exemption into the PGA Tour's Barracuda Championship in August. Chin, a three-time Big West Conference Player of the Year and a 2010 All-American, won the Reno Open with a score of plus--...
  • U.Va., Maryland clash again with trip to College World Series on line

    U.Va., Maryland clash again with trip to College World Series on line
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Sometime just before final approach at Dulles International Airport after midnight Wednesday, Maryland coach John Szefc and Virginia coach Brian O’Connor found each other on the flight the baseball teams shared from Los...
  • Antioch grad Paul DeJong of Illinois State a likely MLB draft pick

    Antioch grad Paul DeJong of Illinois State a likely MLB draft pick
    A year ago, Grant senior catcher Simeon Lucas was picked in the seventh round — No. 218 overall — by the Cleveland Indians in the Major League Baseball draft of high school and college players. Lucas signed a pro contract, foregoing...
  • Kevin Mooney's nine-out save sends Terps baseball to Super Regionals at Virginia

    Kevin Mooney's nine-out save sends Terps baseball to Super Regionals at Virginia
    With the tying run 90 feet from home and the Maryland baseball team one out from the NCAA tournament Super Regionals for the second year in a row, closer Kevin Mooney (North Harford) kept throwing curveballs. The right-hander threw seven straight...
  • San Diego State steals a win against No. 1-seeded UC Santa Barbara

    San Diego State steals a win against No. 1-seeded UC Santa Barbara
    After winning its third consecutive Mountain West tournament title last weekend, San Diego State Coach Mark Martinez said the Aztecs wanted to take the next step to gain respect as a national program -- winning an NCAA tournament regional game. They did...
  • College Update: Earwood turns in All-SCIAC first-team season

    The following are updates on local athletes competing in college. Asha Earwood (Burroughs High, 2013) Pomona-Pitzer water polo sophomore: A successful season for the Pomona-Pitzer ladies was buoyed by the goaltending of Earwood. Earwood was named an...
  • Former Portage standout Tori Bliss breaks shot put record at LSU

    Former Portage standout Tori Bliss breaks shot put record at LSU
    Portage's Tori Bliss didn't waste any time in the NCAA East Regional at Jacksonville, Fla. On her first attempt, the Louisiana State senior broke the Hodges Stadium shot put record. She topped a field of 48 contestants with a 57-foot, 93.4-inch toss...
  • Top-seeded UCLA on the ropes after loss to Maryland

    Top-seeded UCLA on the ropes after loss to Maryland
    Maryland Coach John Szefc returns to the dugout Sunday night, where he will find his team one victory away from advancing in the NCAA baseball tournament. Szefc has been a spectator the first two games of the Los Angeles Regional after being suspended two...
  • Terps baseball stuns No. 1 overall seed UCLA, 4-1, moves to brink of NCAA super regionals

    Terps baseball stuns No. 1 overall seed UCLA, 4-1, moves to brink of NCAA super regionals
    When Maryland baseball coach John Szefc returns to the dugout Sunday night, he will find his team a victory from advancing in the NCAA Division I tournament. Szefc has been a spectator the first two games of the Los Angeles regional; he was suspended...
  • Fullerton wins ugly one against Pepperdine in NCAA regional opener

    Fullerton wins ugly one against Pepperdine in NCAA regional opener
    It was a wild Friday night at the NCAA baseball regional hosted by Cal State Fullerton. Wild, as in pitches flying everywhere but over home plate. Tournament host Fullerton used a six-run, gift-wrapped third inning for a 9-3 victory over Pepperdine at...