Despite a strong performance from starter Matt Leonard, the Mustangs fell to the 25th ranked Anteaters from UC-Irvine 3-1 on Friday night at Baggett Stadium. The loss snapped the Mustangs three-game winning streak.
ASI elections began at 7 a.m. at Cal Poly yesterday. ASI set up voting stations at the library and the University Union to encourage students to get out and vote. Voting ends tomorrow at 7 p.m. and the winner will be announced shortly after.
The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences is comprised of 3,701 students and nine departments. There are five seats available on the Board of Directors for this college and voting begins on May 5.
The NHL playoffs bring more excitement than the NBA playoffs because every play matters in a hockey game. The fast-paced nature of the game and the intensity level cannot be matched by the NBA.
The Cal Poly men’s tennis team secured the number one seed in the upcoming Big West tournament with a 4-1 conference record during the year. The tournament begins on April 30 in Indian Wells, CA and the Mustangs will have a bye into the semifinal round because they are the top seed.
The offense defeated the defense by a 59-42 score on Saturday afternoon in the annual spring football game. The Mustangs will open the season at home against Humboldt State on September 4, which will begin the second season under head coach Tim Walsh.
The Cal Poly bowling club consists of seven members and competes in tournaments against teams primarily from the West Coast. Membership costs $100 for the club, but the fees may increase due to budget cuts.
Thousands of prospective students and their families were on hand this past weekend to see the Cal Poly campus for Open House. The event attracted around 25,000 people for the campus showcase on Saturday with over 200 clubs on display.
The Cal Poly women’s tennis team are looking to win their first Big West conference title since 2003. The Mustangs are currently ranked number 58 in the country and wrapped up conference play with a 6-2 record.
From April 15 to 17, Cal Poly will be holding their annual open house to give prospective students a chance to view the campus and learn more about the opportunities that are present at the university.
Senior Luke Yoder singled into the left-center gap to give the Mustangs a 4-3 walk-off victory in ten innings on Friday night. The Mustangs evened their conference record at 2-2 with the win and look to win their first series on the campaign.