Sights set on regionals, post season

The baseball season is underway at California Baptist University and the team is off to a good start.

The team marks the midseason with a 13-5 record overall, improving with a 3-1 win on the road series against Dixie State University.

Gary Adcock, head coach of the baseball team, said he feels the season is going well.

“Our bullpen’s been good,” Adcock said. “We are starting to hit better.”

Adcock said this progress is going to shape the team’s future in the season.

“Now is a time to play our best or we are going to put ourselves in a hole,” Adcock said.

Adcock also said he has big expectations for the team this season.

“We are looking to get better,” Adcock said. “We are looking to make our regional championship for the third straight year.”

Stephen Lohr, junior psychology major, catcher and third baseman, said he is confident in the progression of the season.

“We started out struggling in the beginning,” Lohr said. “Right now, the progress is starting to pick up going into the conference.”

Lohr said he feels good about his progress as a player.

“I’m getting to a point where I’m starting to get back into a rhythm,” Lohr said. “Everyone is playing well right now collectively, it is not an individual thing.”

Lohr also said he is looking forward to the end of the regular season and is ready to start the postseason.

“I am looking forward to winning the conference first,” Lohr said. “I am also looking forward to regionals.”

The team will look to improve as its season continues.

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