February 26, 1995 |
D.C. Olsen went two for three with five runs batted in, including a grand slam, as Cal State Fullerton pounded Notre Dame, 20-3, on the second day of the Anaheim Hilton and Towers Classic. Olsen's grand slam, the Titans' second of the season, came in an explosive sixth inning. Tony Miranda's three-run homer capped the nine-run sixth for the Titans. Miranda was three for four with five RBIs.
March 6, 1995
Tony Miranda and Jeremy Giambi each drove in two runs as Cal State Fullerton, the top-ranked team in the nation, beat Texas, 6-4, in a nonconference baseball game Sunday in front of 6,652 at Disch-Falk Field in Austin, Tex. The Titans (17-3) took control with five runs in the third inning and starter Ted Silva and reliever Mark Kotsay held down Texas. Silva (6-0) allowed four runs, one earned, and struck out four in 6 2/3 innings.
April 29, 1993
Adam Millan, D.C. Olsen and Jim Betzsold homered to lead a 15-hit attack as the Titans defeated UCLA, 7-6, in a nonconference baseball game Wednesday at Jackie Robinson Stadium in Los Angeles. Dan Ricabal earned the victory, his ninth, in relief and Ted Silva earned his sixth save for the Titans (30-12), ranked seventh in the nation by Collegiate Baseball. Ryan McGuire hit his 18th home run of the season for the Bruins (23-17), who led 6-1 after three innings.
May 13, 1995 |
Cal State Fullerton's Mark Kotsay, Ted Silva and Augie Garrido swept the major Big West Conference baseball honors Friday. Kotsay was named player of the year, Silva pitcher of the year and Garrido coach of the year. All were unanimous selections by conference coaches. Kotsay, a candidate for national player of the year recognition, leads the Big West in hitting and ranks 18th in the nation with a .425 average. Kotsay also leads the conference in home runs, runs batted in and runs scored.
March 1, 1995 |
Cal State Fullerton's baseball team moved into the No. 1 spot in the polls conducted by Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America this week after winning the Anaheim Hilton & Towers Classic at Titan Field over the weekend. The Titans' top pitcher, Ted Silva, had trouble at times against Texas, giving up 11 hits in 5 2/3 innings, but still got his fifth victory of the season without a loss. The Titans' hitting, however, has been a big factor in their success.
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.
April 9, 2001 |
Cal State Fullerton's Kirk Saarloos added another pitching gem to his collection Sunday, and this one turned out to be a no-hitter. Saarloos walked one batter and hit another in the second inning, but was overwhelming the rest of the way in a 28-0 victory over Pacific in a Big West Conference game at Fullerton. It was only the second nine-inning no-hitter for a Fullerton pitcher since it moved up to Division I in 1975. The other was by Ted Silva in 1995, also against Pacific.
February 13, 1995
Ted Silva won his third consecutive game, pitching a seven-hitter, as visiting Cal State Fullerton beat Arizona, 6-1, in a nonconference baseball game Sunday in Tucson. Silva, a junior right-hander, had 11 strikeouts and walked one. Mark Kotsay had four hits and drove in a run and Brian Loyd had three hits, including a triple, and drove in two for the Titans (7-1), who swept the three-game series.
May 25, 1994
Cal State Fullerton second baseman Jeff Ferguson was named Big West Conference player of the year, and teammate Matt Wagner was named pitcher of the year by conference baseball coaches. Ferguson, a junior who hit .388 with 54 runs batted in and 64 runs scored, was named co-player of the year with Nevada shortstop Mark Lewis. Nevada's Gary Powers was named conference coach of the year after leading the Wolf Pack to a share of the conference title with Fullerton and Long Beach State.
June 24, 2001
I agree with eight of the nine [recommended] points for the new Los Angeles mayor ("Mending the Cracks in Los Angeles," by Bill Boyarsky, June 3). The ninth--bringing a National Football League team to L.A.--is not needed to "bring L.A. together." The millions that would be required to secure a team, stadium and parking structure could be used to build the arts in Los Angeles--which would do far more good in bringing the city, county and state together. If the first eight points were accomplished and successful, then by all means move to the ninth.