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A Numbers Game: What Statistics Can Say About Cal Poly Baseball

After the popularity of the book-turned-film “Moneyball,” the term “sabermetrics” became a household name for anyone involved with baseball. Fans, journalists and people who work in athletics have turned to the world of statistics for interesting and meaningful insights into the sports they love so much. Advanced metrics aren’t just for baseball clubs anymore. From […]

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“We play a lot, we win a lot”: Women in sports reflect on role models and fighting for recognition

At Cal Poly, women’s sports dominate the headlines with undefeated starts, national rankings, and no-hitters. Here’s what some of Cal Poly’s top athletes have to say about their female role models and how the NCAA treats women’s sports.  For Women’s Basketball sophomore point guard and Australian native Abbey Ellis, one of her most inspiring moments […]

Posted inTrack and Field

Track and Field makes school history with first ever Women’s Conference Championship

The new three-day format for the Big West Track and Field Championships proved to be a successful one for Cal Poly’s Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams. The men brought home a second-place finish while the women marked their place in the Cal Poly history books with their first-ever team conference championship.  Multi-Event Championships, […]

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Baseball’s offense explodes for 37 runs in four-game home sweep of Cal State Fullerton

The bats came alive for Cal Poly Baseball in a four-game series sweep of Cal State Fullerton from Friday, May 14 to Sunday, May 16 inside Baggett Stadium. The Mustangs (24-24, 14-18 Big West) outscored the Titans (19-28, 12-16 Big West) 37-5 over the four games for an overall dominating series win. The total of […]