Fuerte singled to third base. Fuerte advanced to second; A. Rivera flied out to lf. Ontiveros out at home 2b to c. In the bottom of the fifth inning, freshman third baseman Jennifer Rivera was at bat with Chavez on second and Johnson on first base.
Rivera advanced to third; J. The error allowed Johnson and Torres to score and extend the Huskies lead by four runs. Lopez to p for M. The Lancers clinched each of their last four games before the regulation seventh inning, in routing host Orange Coast College, 9-1 in six innings , and San Diego Mesa, 10-1, in five innings on Saturday. Goal 1: Increasing student success and academic excellence through student-centered instruction, student-centered support services, and dynamic technologies.
By the end of the week, Helmuth completed a whirlwind 6-day period in recording three wins, including two shutouts, and a save. Fowlkes popped up to 2b. Granadeno singled up the middle; E. Peluffo grounded out to p. April 26, 2019 Sophomore shortstop Kaylee Medrano, freshman second baseman Danielle Ruiz, and frosh third baseman Samantha Diaz were the Pasadena City College softball team selections to the 2019 All-South Coast Conference North Division First Team as voted by coaches at their post-conference meeting at Rio Hondo College Monday.
Peluffo lined out to lf. Goal 3: Sustaining community-centered access, participation, and preparation that improves the college's presence in the community,. Ontiveros singled to center field. In the bottom of the sixth inning, Johnson was walked for the second time in the game and Torres followed up with a single. By Noe Ortega Softball came back to win its eighth conference game of the season on Thursday against Chaffey College 5-3 at home. The Huskies will play their last game of the season against conference rivals Mount San Antonio College today at 5 p. San Antonio and El Camino.
She finished with two strikeouts, five hits, three runs, but one of them was an earned run, including a solo homerun from Chaffey freshman third baseman Tyani Lowe. With these two runs the Huskies took their first lead of the game 4-3. Aquino to lf for S. Williams doubled to right center; S. The Huskies continued to get hits off of Chaffey pitcher Macias in the bottom of the sixth inning with a single from freshman designated player Mia Morales, who was then switched with pinch runner Kimberly Rodriguez.
With an 0-2 record in her first five starts this season, the sophomore figured there was one sure-fire way to pick up her first 2019 win--pitch another no-hitter. Granadeno advanced to third; E. Granadeno grounded out toward center field, but it allowed Rodriguez to run in and give the Huskies a two-run lead. Davila out at second 2b unassisted. Fowlkes grounded out to 2b. In the last two days, the Lancers mustered just one run combined in losing to last year's South Coast Conference North Division and South Division champions--Mt. Throwing Heat—Majisty Shomo shifted the momentum of the game when she took to the mound against Chaffey College at East Los Angeles College.
Fowlkes lined out to 1b. Sophomore pitcher Majisty Shomo came in for Lopez in the top of the third inning with a player on first base and one out. She did just that on Tuesday as she only had to throw five innings to no-hit Los Angeles Harbor in a 9-0 Lancers victory at Robinson Park. Freshman center fielder Jasmine Flores came up to bat and hit a double off of an error from sophomore first baseman Lisette Rosales. Shomo shut out Chaffey for the rest of the game with four strikeouts and no hits. Fowlkes singled up the middle. Granadeno advanced to second; E.
The Huskies started the game off slow with three hits in the first three innings, but were able to turn the game around in the fourth inning. In the third inning, Rio freshman pitcher Madeline Peralta was at bat and hit a bunt that was called as a foul ball. By Noe Ortega East Los Angeles College softball fought back to defeat Rio Hondo College 5-2 at home on Thursday. But going back to 2015, the Lancers have held the upper hand. Peluffo reached on a fielder's choice; L.