Last weekend, the Whittier College baseball team played its final game of the season against Claremont-M-S and despite scoring two runs in the top of the ninth it couldnt complete the comeback and dropped an 8-6 decision to the Stags.
The Whittier College baseball team overcame four errors in the first three innings of the game to upset No. 24 Redlands on Friday afternoon at Memorial Field. The Poets pushed the tying run across the plate in the sixth and scored the eventual game-winner in the eighth to shock the Bulldogs.
Starting pitcher Kevin Pigott went 6.1 innings and only allowed three runs but he was outdueled by Occidentals Ross Pomerantz who tossed a complete game as the Tigers earned the season sweep of the Poets behind a 6-3 win at Memorial Field on Saturday afternoon.
The Whittier College baseball team capped its weekend of action with a season sweep of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference foe Caltech on Sunday afternoon at Memorial Field. The Poets needed only seven innings to snap their nine-game skid.
The Whittier College baseball team was held to three hits in the first game and lost Game 2 in the bottom of the 10th as Occidental earned the series sweep of the Poets with a 3-0 and 6-5 win on Saturday afternoon at Anderson Field.
The Whittier College baseball team committed seven errors and gave up 10 unearned runs as Occidental College started the three-game, weekend, series with a 14-7 win at Memorial Field on a sunny Friday afternoon.er
The Whittier College baseball team suffered a three-game sweep this weekend to the University of Redlands. The Bulldogs took the first of the series at Whittier on Friday afternoon, 16-2, and scored eight runs in each game on Saturday to complete the sweep.
Whittier will look to take on second place Redlands. The first game of the series will be on Friday at Memorial Field 3:00pm. Then the Poets will travel to Redlands Calf. for a twin bill on Saturday afternoon.
For the second time this season Cory Goodchild drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth. This time his game winner led the Poets to a 7-6 victory over Claremont-M-S on Saturday afternoon. Whittier ended the day splitting the twin bill against the Stags.
A pair of three-run home runs in the first inning for Claremont-M-S proved to be too much for Whittier College to overcome as the Stags took Game 1 off the weekend series, 8-4, on Friday afternoon at Arce Field.
Whittier returns to conference play this weekend with a three-game set against Claremont-M-S. The first game of the series will be on Friday in Claremont, Calif. The Poets will host the twin bill on Saturday afternoon.
The Whittier College baseball team drop both games in the final day of the California Invitational Sunday afternoon. Surrendering 11 runs to both Ithaca (11-1) and Puget Sounds (11-7) the Poets finished the invitational 1-3. Despite the efforts of Andrew Vallejo and Josh Genzuk each contributing with three hit games.
Cory Goodchild drove in the game winning run in the bottom of the ninth to cap a come from behind victory for the Poets in their first game of the California Invitational over Rutgers-Newark on Saturday afternoon. Whittier went 1-1 on the first day of the invitational.
The Poets continue play this week as they host three games at Memorial Field. Whittier will take on Rutgers-Newark at 9:30 am on Saturday morning before heading to Claremont, Calif., to face Pomona-Pitzer in a non-league game. The Invitational wraps up with a Sunday twin bill.
The Whittier College baseball team scored six runs in the home half of the second which proved to be more than enough as the purple sox snapped a three-game slide with a 10-3 win over Principia on Wednesday afternoon.
After picking up its first SCIAC wins of the 2010 season the Poets will look to get back to .500 in the conference during its three-game set with Cal Lutheran. The single game, on Friday, will be played in Thousand Oaks while WC will host the double header on Saturday afternoon.
Sophomore Cory Goodchild hit for the cycle and the Poets scored in every at bat as the Whittier College baseball team snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 20-3 win over Caltech on Friday afternoon.
Still in search of its first SCIAC win on the 2010 season, the Poets will host Caltech on Friday afternoon at Memorial Field. The first pitch is scheduled for 2:30 pm. The double-header will take place in Pasadena on Saturday afternoon. Game 1 is slated for an 11 am start while Game 2 is for 2:30 pm.
The Whittier College baseball team got early run support in both of its games on Sunday afternoon but couldnt take advantage as the University of La Verne completed the sweep of the Poets with a 9-4 and 7-2 win.
The Whittier College baseball team put together five hits and scored only two runs as an 11-run explosion by La Verne over four innings proved too much for the Poets to overcome in a 13-2 loss to the Leopards on Friday afternoon.
The Whittier College baseball team could never get on track against No. 10 Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday afternoon. The Sagehens totaled 32 runs and 40 hits in the twin bill as they completed the series sweep of the Poets, 14-3 and 18-1, at Memorial Field.
The Whittier College baseball team lost its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener at Alumni Field on Friday afternoon, 13-3. Despite holding No. 10 Pomona-Pitzer to five runs through the first four innings, the Sagehens exploded for nine runs over the next four frames en route to the 10-run win.
The Whittier College baseball team is set for its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener against Pomona-Pitzer this weekend. The first game is Friday afternoon in Claremont, Calif., with the double-header coming on Saturday at Memorial Field.
George Fox stung Whittier with a five-run second inning which proved to be the difference on Sunday afternoon in the final day of the Arizona Desert Classic. The Poets lost their third game of the weekend, 10-7, to the Bruins to fall to 1-3 in the Grand Canyon State.