No lead is safe with the Cal Poly baseball team. The Mustangs held a two-run lead going into the seventh inning against UC Santa Barbara, but first-time starter Eugene Wright ran out of gas and the bullpen imploded.
22 Cal Poly Mustangs — 15 men and seven women — hit Big West Conference qualifying marks on Saturday at the Cal Poly Invitational that featured nine collegiate teams and individuals.
Head coach Larry Lee compares the game of baseball to a snowball rolling down a hill. In order to be successful on the diamond, you need momentum to get onto your feet.
The Mustangs (12-17, 1-2 Big West), who were out hit by the Highlanders 30-14, lost the final game of their three-game conference opening series to UC Riverside (17-19, 2-1), 5-0, Sunday afternoon.
Prior to the 2009 baseball season, head coach Larry Lee implemented a dry season which means no alcohol during baseball season.
Junior Will Taylor only started playing basketball his sophomore year of high school but adds a tenacious, malleable work ethic to the Mustang men’s basketball team.
Cal Poly (10-16, 6-7 Big West) begins a season-ending three-game home stand as they host Cal State Fullerton (14-12, 7-6) in a game televised on FSN West.
Battered and bruised, the Mustangs will travel north to square up against in-state rival UC Davis (8-12, 4-4) tonight.
Kristina Santiago, the Mustang women’s basketball standout forward, became the fourth-leading scorer in school history with a 22-point performance against Cal State Bakersfield. The conference’s leading scorer has helped propel her team to the Mustang’s second-best start in program history this season.
After rolling off three straight wins, head coach John Azevedo looked to his team’s contests against No. 12 Boise State to solidify its legitimacy from a national perspective.
Junior forward Kristina Santiago became the fifth leading scorer in Mustang Program history with a 15-point effort to propel Cal Poly (12-6, 5-2 Big West) to a 73-60 win against Cal State Northridge (3-13, 1-5) Saturday night.