The Cal Poly men’s tennis team got four points in singles play in a 5-2 win at UC Riverside on Sunday, giving the Mustangs their second undefeated conference season in school history.
Andre Dome won his singles match and teamed up with Sebastian Bell to win in doubles. Marco Comuzzo and Jurgen De Jager also won in doubles, while Comuzzo, Bell and De Jager picked up singles wins as well for Cal Poly (13-7, 5-0 Big West Conference).
SWIMMINGCuesta at Western State Conference Swimming and Diving Championships
Zach Taapken set three school records to help lead the Cougars men’s team to a second place finish.
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Taapken won the 100 breaststroke in a time of 57.32 seconds, and finished second in both the 200 individual medley (1 minute, 55.12 seconds) and 200 breaststroke (2:05.32).
Matt Giancanelli won the 200 freestyle in 1:42.00 and was second in the 100 freestyle at 44.64. San Luis Obispo High grad Dominic Magliari won the 100 fly in 44.64.
Alexandria Bernard won the 50 freestyle in 24.91 and the 100 freestyle in 54.43 to help the women’s team finish third.
Both the men’s and women’s teams qualified all five relay teams for the state meet this weekend at East Los Angeles College.
SOFTBALLUC Davis 3, Cal Poly 0
The Cal Poly softball team was shut out by UC Davis’ Justine Vela, who allowed just four baserunners in the Aggies’ win at Bob Janssen Field.
Mustangs starter Jordan Yates allowed a run in the first innings, then held UC Davis scoreless into the sixth inning before pinch-hitter Heather Zimmerman hit a two-run homer after Kelly Schulze reached on an error with two outs.
Justine Vela allowed two hits, walked one and struck out nine for UC Davis (18-25, 8-4 Big West).
Kim Westlund and Nora Sobcazk had the only two hits for Cal Poly (12-28, 4-8).
The Mustangs open a six-game road trip with a doubleheader at Pacific on Saturday.
WOMEN’S GOLFCal Poly sixth at Big West Championships
Asia Adell shot a 5-over 77, and Cal Poly was in sixth place out of nine teams after the first round of play at San Luis Obispo Golf and Country Club.
UC Irvine’s Michelle Park was the leader after one round, carding a 1-over 73.
The Anteaters led the team competition by five strokes after shooting 300. UC Davis is second and Long Beach State is third at 306.
Caitlin Farley, Morgan Thomas and Taylor Yoshitake all shot 81 and were tied for 24th place for Cal Poly.