College Roundup: Cal Poly baseball home streak snapped

Mustangs fall 8-3 to Cal to halt home winning streak at 18 games

sports@thetribunenews.comMarch 23, 2014 

The Cal Poly baseball team’s streaks of eight straight wins and 18 consecutive victories at Baggett Stadium both came to an end Saturday in San Luis Obispo, where the No. 7 Mustangs fell 8-3 to Cal.

Cal Poly starter Justin Calomeni pitched five innings, allowing six hits and five runs, including a four-run second inning by the Bears.

The Mustangs (18-4) scored twice in the fifth on an RBI single by Mark Mathias, who came home later in the inning on a wild pitch.

Cal Poly tacked on one more run in the sixth, but it was not enough to continue a home winning streak that included the final seven games last year at Baggett Stadium.

Brian Mundell went 2 for 4 with a double for the Mustangs, who host Cal today at 1 p.m. and again Monday at 3 p.m.

Oxnard 5, Cuesta 0

Steven Pico was 2 for 3, but the Cougars (5-17, 1-8 Western State Conference) failed to score a run for the second straight game.

Cuesta’s Scott Romuk pitched seven innings, giving up eight hits, one walk and four earned runs with three strikeouts.


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Cal Poly senior David Williams finished third in the men’s 110-meter hurdles in 14.42 seconds — the third-fastest time in school history.

Jamison Jordan won the 100 (10.84) and Chris Frias won the 1,500 (3:52.3), while Sean Davidson finished second (3:53.02). Ricky Strehlow won the men’s triple jump at 47 feet, 1⁄4 inches.

Kendal Nielsen won the women’s triple jump (39-11 1⁄4) and finished third in the long jump (18-7 3⁄4). Daijah Joe-Smith, Ajah Love, Mishe’ Scott and Jess Rasmussen combined to win the 4x100 relay in 46.91.

In the women’s pole vault, Clara Davis and Amy Loschiavo both cleared 12-1 1⁄2 for the Mustangs, but Davis did so in one fewer attempt to claim second place, while Loschiavo took third. Danielle Bryan finished second in the high jump (5-7).

The men’s team finished fifth out of seven, while the women’s team was fifth among nine.

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