April 28, 1993
Southern California College, the Golden State Athletic Conference softball champions, swept a doubleheader from host Point Loma Nazarene to close the regular season Tuesday. Stephanie Wills had four hits, three runs batted in, and three runs scored and Carrie Nelson had three hits, four runs scored and four stolen bases for the Vanguards, who won 4-1 and 11-0. Shannon Saylor pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts in the first game and Beth Howard earned her 16th victory in the second game.
April 16, 1991
Nikkanni Andrews singled home Stefanie Hill with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to give Cypress a 4-3 victory over Golden West in an Orange Empire Conference softball game Monday at Cypress. Hill had reached on a two-base error with two outs. Laura Corson (18-7) pitched a six-hitter, striking out six, for Cypress (30-10, 10-2 in conference).
March 12, 1994
Bret Hemphill's two-run homer in the second inning helped Cal State Fullerton to a 6-2 victory against Grand Canyon in a nonconference baseball game Friday at Titan Field. Hemphill's homer, his third of the season, was the big blow of a five-run inning, in which Dante Powell drove in two runs with a double. Hemphill went two for three with three runs batted in. Jeff Ferguson had two doubles.
May 14, 1993 |
Southern California College's softball season came to an abrupt end as Hawaii Pacific swept a doubleheader from the Vanguards in the NAIA Bi-District II tournament Thursday at SCC. Hawaii Pacific (31-9) won 1-0 and 2-1 to win the three-game series, 2-0, and advance to the NAIA National Championships on May 19-22 in Columbia, Mo. The losses ended SCC's most successful softball season. "Although we lost, I'm real pleased with the way we played," SCC co-coach Becki Turner said.
April 10, 1993
Dante Powell had four hits, including a double and a home run, and drove in eight runs to lead Cal State Fullerton past Nevada Las Vegas, 22-4, in a Big West Conference baseball game Friday night in Las Vegas. Powell's three-run home run highlighted an 11-run outburst in the sixth when the Titans took a 16-2 lead. Titan starter Dan Ricabal retired the last 13 batters he faced, pitching eight innings to earn his sixth victory.
May 8, 1993
Cal State Fullerton swept a doubleheader with Nevada Las Vegas Friday at Titan Softball Complex to move into first place in the Big West Conference. The Titans (32-17, 20-5 in conference play) are percentage points ahead of Utah State (23-7) and a half game in front of UNLV (32-13-1, 20-6-1). Fullerton won the first game, 1-0, when Marci White scored on a throwing error by shortstop Lisa Wilkins-Eame in the seventh.