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ICYMI: March 27-April 2, 2017

4/3/2017

ICYMI: Here are the top five things that happened in the Big West last week….In Case You Missed It!


1.
Rivera Dominates as Titans Win 12 Inning Thriller
UC Riverside and Cal State Fullerton softball played a 12-inning game on Sunday in which both starters went all 12 innings. The Titans would eventually score a run in the top of the 12th to take a 1-0 victory and secure the series win, 2-1. Full Story


2. Luke Nelson Has Team Highs in Minutes, Steals at NABC All-Star Game

Luke Nelson tied for the team high with 21 minutes of action for the West in the Reese’s Division I College All-Star game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., Friday. The 6-3 guard, who recently completed his prolific career at UC Irvine, also tied for the team high with three steals and added seven points, four rebounds and one assist as the West fell to the East All-Stars, 121-90, in the game that featured 20 of the nation’s top seniors.  Full Story


3. Williamson Breaks Own Fullerton Record In Pole Vault

Junior Bryn Williamson broke her own Cal State Fullerton pole vault record on Saturday at the UCLA Legends Invitational at Drake Stadium. Williamson placed second in the event as her mark of 13’0.25” (3.97 meters) set the new Fullerton record. The Bakersfield, Calif., native became the first Titan to clear 13 feet in the history of the program.  Full Story


4. Beach Volleyball Duo Sets School Record

Long Beach State beach volleyball players, Nele Barber and Rachel Nieto, went 5-0 at the No. 1 flight against Big West opponents last week, in the process setting LBSU records for most career wins at No. 1 with 25 and at 19-1 on the year, set a new mark for most wins at No. 1 in a season.  Full Story


5. UC Irvine’s Mikey Duarte Shares Journey Back To Field

After being told he’d never play baseball again, UC Irvine senior Mikey Duarte talks the heartache and hope that came with his journey of getting back out on the field.   Full Story



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