Lancers WIN Series over YaleLancers WIN Series over Yale
California Baptist University came out on top against Yale in a three-day series. The baseball team was victorious in game one with a score of 8-7. Game two favored Yale, finishing 10-12. To top it off, CBU fought back in game three, tying the game with a NCAA D-I record of 23 runs for a single game. The Lancers now stand 13-5 in the Western Athletic Conference, putting them at fourth, below Seattle University. Russell Stevenson, Josiah Chaves, Josiah Bryant and Matt Palomino combined to hit four homers. Bryant and Palomino both homered in the seventh inning, soon to be followed by Bryant hitting a grand slam.
NM State Heads to Houston
New Mexico State golfers Aidan Thomas, Garrison Smith, Joseph Robson, Alvaro Morales and Matthew Jackman will represent the Aggies at the All-American invitational in Houston. NMS will face a 17-team field against student-athletes from across the country. The men’s team will pay tribute to the lives lost in a March 15 crash involving the University of the Southwest golf program by wearing a black ribbon throughout the two-day tournament.
Tarleton IMPRESSES AT ACU
The WAC Outdoor Track and Field championships are two months away, but Tarleton has already made an impression. Over the two-day debut, Tarleton had seven athletes finish in the top three of their respective events along with 10 top-five individual finishes. Women’s high jump was claimed by Tarleton high jumpers Rylee Hennig and reigning WAC Outdoor Champion Gentrye Munden. Tarleton’s triple jumpers Nakia Dunn and Jaden Hall placed third and fourth as Hall achieved a personal record with a leap of 47’3.75”.