Cal Poly

College Roundup: Fogg breaks her own steeplechase record

LeAnne Fogg set a Cal Poly school record in the women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase Thursday at the Mt. SAC Relays.

Fogg broke her own record in finishing third with a time of 10 minutes, 17.24 seconds. Her previous mark of 10:31.72 was posted at the Stanford Invitational on March 25. She finished third in her heat Thursday and posted the seventh- fastest time in the NCAA this season.

Team USA’s Jamie Cheever won the race in a time of 10:02.18.

Cuesta baseball team held to one hit in 5-0 loss

Santa Barbara City College’s Chris Joyce threw a one-hit shutout as the Vaqueros defeated Cuesta College 5-0 in a Western State Conference baseball game.

The Cougars (19-11, 11-6 WSC-Northern Division) gave up four extra-base hits to Santa Barbara City, including two home runs. The teams will meet again on Saturday at Cuesta.

Former SLO star Abram is an All-American

Former San Luis Obispo High boys volleyball star Curtis Abram, who just finished his senior season at Emmanuel College, was named an AVCA Division III second-team All-American on Tuesday.

Abram is the second Emmanuel athlete in any sport, and the first male athlete at the school to ever be selected as an All-American.

The 6-foot-2 outside hitter led the Saints to a program-record 28 wins this season, and finished second in the nation in aces (0.83 per set), fifth in kills (4.27 per set) and ninth in hitting percentage (.342).

Also this year, Abram broke school records for kills in a match (37), season (517) and career (1,662), as well as for aces in a match (10) and season (100).

This summer he’s expected to prepare to try out for pro indoor teams in Europe.