The Major League Baseball 2011 first-year player draft is fast approaching.
In its last game of the 2010 season, the Cal Poly men’s soccer team was poised to upset UC Santa Barbara in the Big West semifinals with a 1-0 lead with less than eight minutes remaining.
“Whatever matters to you, do it right.”
The Mustangs put up a season-high 15 hits to overcome an early three-run deficit and win their fifth series of the 2011 campaign on Sunday.
After taking the series over No. 11 Cal State Fullerton, the Cal Poly baseball team missed a chance to complete its Big West upsets, dropping a close game three to UC Irvine last weekend.
The Mustangs’ hopes for their first Big West Tournament championship was cut short Saturday as Pacific upset the Mustangs in the semi-finals.
For Cal Poly first baseman J.J. Thompson, baseball is a sport full of ups and downs. To succeed, Thompson said he just needed to focus on the game, not the stats.
Cal Poly completed a sweep over Cal State Northridge with a 5-2 victory in game three Saturday. The Mustangs will face Fresno State in Baggett Stadium this Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Off to one of its best starts in program history, the Cal Poly men’s tennis team isn’t ready to pat themselves on the back yet.
The Mustangs head south to face their rivals in Santa Barbara Friday, but shortstop Mike Miller, who leads the team with a .383 batting average, isn’t going to let the aura of a rivalry stop him from seeing the big picture. “Every game is important from here on out,” Miller said. “Every series determines what […]
The Mustangs have become all too familiar with the trainer’s room over the last couple of seasons.