In the Mustangs’ season opener against USC (1-0), Cal Poly (0-1) pitched a total of 205 pitches en route to their fourth straight season opening loss, Friday night in Baggett stadium.
Cal Poly (9-15, 6-6 Big West) tasted victory for the first time in the past three weeks with a 13 point effort from Anderson that helped push the Mustangs past UC Riverside (9-15, 3-9) 87-84 Saturday night in double overtime.
“This has a chance to be possibly the best team that I have had since I’ve been here,” Lee said.
Last week, Tim Walsh announced a recruitment class last week that will help fill the gaps that the Mustangs held on the gridiron in 2009.
The Mustangs rallied back from a 10-point deficit within the final four minutes to tie the game, but the Mustangs didn’t have enough to edge out the Roadrunners.
Three years ago, Darling was cleaning up after Cal Poly’s men’s basketball team; he dreamed to someday play on the hardwood. Three years later, he made that dream come true.
Five games into conference play, the Mustangs (6-10, 3-2 Big West) hold the mindset that they can compete with anyone in the Big West.
Senior guard Lorenzo Keeler compared this week’s contest against Cal State Fullerton to — a game of streetball.
The Mustangs recorded their second conference of the season in a 72-69 victory sunday afternoon in Mott Gym.