Sports recap

Softball

California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) came out on top against California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) in their first game on March 8 with a score of 2-1, but lost during their second game against them. They let their lead of 4-0 at the beginning of the game slip through their fingers, allowing CSUEB to win 8-4. CSUEB were able to tie the score 4-4 during the fourth inning and managed to score an additional four points during the last inning.

On March 9, the Otters dominated CSUEB with a score of 15-1 in the first game and 11-5 in the second game. During the first game, the Otters scored seven points during the first inning and four points during the second and fourth inning, while CSUEB managed to score only one point during the fourth inning. During the second game, the Otters had a lead of 3-0 during the second inning and managed to score seven runs during the sixth inning.

Baseball

CSUMB went up against California State University, Stanislaus (CSUS) on March 8 at the Otter Sports Complex. The game went into overtime after both teams ended up having a score of four points at the end of the seventh inning. Neither team scored any points during the eight or ninth inning. During the tenth inning, Brian Morley hit the ball toward the middle of the field, allowing Kokko Figueiredo and Kyle Dean to score the final two points. On March 9, CSUS beat CSUMB with a score of 10-5. The Otters had a 2-0 lead during the first inning and tied with Stanislaus 4-4 after the fifth inning. There was an hour long delay due to rain and during the sixth inning, CSUS was able to score five points which secured the win for them.

Women’s Golf

At the Time Tiemey Pioneer Shootout Tuesday at the Corci Golf Course on March 4 and 5, CSUMB women’s golf team scored sixth place out of 19 teams. California State University, San Marcos scored first place with a score of 598, while the Otters had 621 points.

Men’s Golf

The Otters scored fourth place at the 69th Southern California Intercollegiate

Tournament at Carlton Oaks Golf Course. First place was Sonoma State University with a score of 867 points, while CSUMB had 884. At the Olympic Club Intercollegiate, the Otters finished in 11th place out of 13 teams.

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