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Vaqs baseball falls 7-2 to El Camino

Ryan Martin, Staff Writer

March 7, 2012

City College ace Rich McCaffrey picked up his first loss of the season Thursday when the Vaqueros fell 7-2 to El Camino. El Camino came out with too much firepower for City College, as 15 hits by eight different players vaulted...

Jesse Orosco’s daughter brings DNA to Vaquero softball

Dan Nelson, Sports Editor

March 7, 2012

Living in the shadow of a two-time World Series champion can be a daunting task. Still Vaqeuro first-base player Natalie Orosco has found her own niche at City College. Orosco, 19, is the daughter of journeyman relief pitcher...

SBCC baseball wins one, loses one in opening doubleheader

Ryan Martin, Staff Writer

February 8, 2012

City College claimed its first win of the season Saturday, defeating Cabrillo College 5-1 in the early game of a doubleheader. Brendon Shoemake,  freshman pitcher from La Canada High School, took a no-hitter into the fifth...

City College pitcher prepares for Major League draft

Connor Trauger and Connor Trauger

May 11, 2011

From getting drafted into the Major Leagues to playing in the dead heat of Arizona's junior college ranks, the Vaqueros' left-handed ace exhibited a cool confidence when he spoke about life on and off the mound. Despite academi...

City College baseball heads into Southern Calif. Regional playoffs with 7th seed

Ryan Martin and Ryan Martin

May 1, 2011

City College finished off their first Western State Conference North title run since 2007 last Thursday by beating Oxnard 8-2. They won 10 of their last 11 conference games to finish with a 15-5 conference record. The Vaqueros finish...

Santa Barbara City College closer applies unique pitching style

Ryan Martin and Ryan Martin

April 10, 2011

In the bottom of the ninth inning with two outs and the bases loaded, every kid dreams of hitting the game winning homerun, except for D.J. Gunderson.  Gunderson is the closing pitcher for the Vaqueros baseball team, whi...

Santa Barbara City College baseball earned a solid 7-3 victory at Cypress Feb. 25

Ryan Martin and Ryan Martin

February 28, 2011

An offensive outburst led the City College baseball team to victory 7-3 on Friday at Cypress. The Vaqueros jumped out to a 4-0 lead, scoring four runs in the second inning, but Cypress refused to go away, and brought the score...

City College finished field refurbishment

Dan Nelson and Dan Nelson

February 13, 2011

The City College softball field in Pershing Park underwent a facelift last fall thanks to Measure V. Improvements include new fencing around the field's perimeter, a new grading of the playing field, improved backstops and...

SBCC baseball team loses both of weekend doubleheader

Ryan Martin, Ryan Martin, and Ryan Martin

February 13, 2011

The City College baseball team dropped two close games, 3-4 and 7-9, in a doubleheader at Pershing Park on Saturday against the Saddleback Gauchos. Saddleback jumped ahead early in game one, scoring three runs off Kylin Turnbull in the first inning. They added one m...

Edington named male City College athlete of the year

Christopher Sugarman and Christopher Sugarman

May 11, 2010

The athletic department has named baseball's sophomore standout Zach Edgington the Male Athlete of the Year after fanning 101 batters and leading the Vaqueros in virtually every pitching category. The six-foot-one left-hander f...

City College baseball blows seven run comeback against Cuesta

Dan Nelson and Dan Nelson

May 3, 2010

City College rallied back from an 11-4 deficit in the eighth and ninth inning on Friday's four-hour season- finale marathon—only to lose in the 10th inning 13-11 to Cuesta. The Cuesta Cougars scored twice in the top of t...

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