Uc Irvine Sports

21 May 19
Orange County Register
It has been quite a senior season for two Irvine athletes: Woodbridge High’s Emily Garner and Irvine High’s Marc “Bubba” Filia. The two were honored Monday night, May 20, at the Pacific Coast League Senior Student Athlete Ceremony at Portola High School. Garner was named Woodbridge’s top female scholar athlete and Filia selected Irvine’s top male scholar athlete. The program was presented by the Exchange Club of Irvine, the Tustin Unified School District and the Irvine Unified School District. The two were also named Pacific Coast League athletes of the year. Garner, who had a stellar track and field career for the Warriors, had to deal with a serious injury she sustained while playing for the Woodbridge soccer team. “I decided to play soccer this year because it was my last year to play it,” said Garner, who had played soccer in her freshman year before devoting her energy to track and field. “I think the third league game, I tore my ACL in like the first 20 minutes of it. And I knew right when it happened it was a torn ACL. “Basically at that point, that meant I was out for the season, which was the biggest bummer ever because I had a lot of big goals for the season and I wanted to win state in the high jump, which I wasn’t able to do this year. “But it’s OK, it’s taught me a lot,” she said. “I’ve never really had any big injuries before this, I’ve always been really healthy.” Garner began her track and field career at Woodbridge as a freshman and went on to place fourth in the state in the triple jump. In her sophomore year, she began high jumping and won the CIF Division Division 2 championship and wound up fifth in the state. In her junior year, Garner won the CIF Division 1 title for the triple jump and placed second in the high jump. She also holds two league records. Garner said she is healthy now and looking forward to competing for four years in track and field at Princeton University, where she will study criminal and social psychology. “I’m really, really excited and not being able to compete this year made the fire in me to compete next year,” she said. Garner said she has been cleared to run and will be getting physical therapy this summer to get stronger. “I’ll be 100 percent right when I leave for college,” she said. Filia, who is headed to UC San Diego to play baseball, had a busy senior season as the quarterback on the football team and the catcher on the baseball squad. Both teams advanced to the CIF playoffs. Filia said he had lots of fond memories of his four-year career. “All the achievements I’ve gotten through the years have been great, but I think what I will carry most with me is the relationships that I’ve built in my years at Irvine,” Filia said. Filia said he was pleased he could help both the football and baseball teams reach the playoffs. “Going to the playoffs for both sports was a great achievement for our teams,” he said. “Both teams set out at the beginning of the season to make playoffs and to achieve that with the guys who were on the team was a big deal for us and I’m really happy to cap off my senior year with playoff berths.” Filia made it a point to thank his parents. “My parents have both been a huge part in my athletics and my life in general,” he said. “They’ve always been in my corner supporting me in everything I’ve done and I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for them and all their support and love.”
20 May 19
USA TODAY Sports Brackets

IOWA CITY, Ia. — The sights and sounds Monday afternoon at Duane Banks Field hardly reflected a team sliding at the wrong time. A jovial group of Hawkeyes played a version of “flip” in foul territory as batting practice commenced on the field. Smiles and chuckles were easy to find. Everyone laughed when an errant […]

20 May 19
Tom Hoffarth's The Drill: More Farther Off the Wall

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17 May 19

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16 May 19
Orange County Register
IRVINE – Jason Lezak will certainly have the chance this weekend to use one of his favorite jokes as he receives one of his highest honors. The four-time Olympic swimmer from Irvine, famously known for an epic comeback as a relay anchor at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, will be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. It’s been more than a decade since Lezak rallied against France to give the U.S. 400-meter freestyle relay the gold and keep Michael Phelps’ hopes alive for breaking Mark Spitz’s record for most gold medals at a single Games. Part of the legend of the race was NBC commentator Rowdy Gaines doubting whether Lezak could come back against Alain Bernard of France. It’s a moment that Lezak still has fun with when he interacts with the Florida-based Gaines, who helped Lezak set plans for this weekend. “We do some things and I’ll get up sometimes on the mic and I’ll just be like, ‘I don’t think he can do it Dan’ ,” Lezak said with a smile last week, mimicking Gaines’ comments to play-by-play man Dan Hicks. “We’re buddies. No hard feelings on that. He was announcing it how he thought the race was going to happen. I mean, you look at it, (Bernard) is the world-record holder and six tenths of a seconds ahead, what are the chances, right? I would have said the same thing.” Lezak’s comeback story, however, started years before that race. The former Irvine High and Irvine Novaquatics swimmer struggled at UC Santa Barbara with his attitude and commitment before finding the focus and determination to win eight Olympic medals. He also was part of U.S. 400 free relays that failed to win gold in 2000 and 2004. “The ups and downs were a part of my career,” he said. “For me, (the 2008 race) was about my journey to get there and there were a lot of obstacles and a lot of reasons why that event happened.” Like Gaines, Lezak, 43, remains an ambassador for the sport. Now a resident of Coto de Caza, the father of three children conducts swimming clinics around the country, gives motivational speeches and is the general manager for the San Francisco-based Cali Condors of the new professional International Swimming League. But this weekend in Florida, it’s time to celebrate. “For swimming,” he said, “this is the biggest (Hall of Fame). Doesn’t get any better than that.”
16 May 19
USA TODAY Sports Brackets

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15 May 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Fineas Del Bonta-Smith still has an outside shot at matching, if not eclipsing, the San Jose State baseball team’s single-season and career saves records. However, the Soquel High graduate’s window is closing rapidly – and though he hasn’t exactly had many save opportunities over the past month, his last few outings have been mostly disastrous. Del Bonta-Smith suffered his third loss of the season on Saturday in what turned out to be his final home appearance for SJSU. The senior relief pitcher gave up a go-ahead solo home run in the 11th inning of the Spartans’ 3-2 loss to Nevada at San Jose’s Excite Ballpark. Although he couldn’t have gotten a save even if SJSU had won – he entered with the game tied 2-2, meaning he’d have gotten a win had the Spartans scored while he was the pitcher of record – it was the third time in his past four outings that Del Bonta-Smith had allowed the game-tying and/or winning run in extra innings. Del Bonta-Smith (3-3) yielded a walk-off, two-run single in the 11th in San Jose State’s 7-6 loss at San Diego State on May 4 and also surrendered a game-tying home run in the 10th in the Spartans’ 6-5, 15-inning loss at Nicholls State on April 27. Del Bonta-Smith needs two saves to tie San Jose State’s single-season record of 10 and career mark of 15 – both of which were set by Zack Jones in 2010-11. Because he currently has eight saves this season and 13 in his two seasons at SJSU, Del Bonta-Smith would tie and/or surpass both records simultaneously – if he does it at all. The right-hander still has three chances to pull it off in SJSU’s final three-game series of the regular season, which starts at Air Force on Thursday. He’ll need some luck, though: The Spartans would have to put Del Bonta-Smith in a position to close out a victory in at least two games, and he’d have to either pitch at least one inning with San Jose State leading by three runs or fewer; enter the game with the tying run at bat, on base or on deck; or pitch three innings, as he did Saturday. It was Del Bonta-Smith’s longest outing of the season. The home run notwithstanding, he pitched fairly well, striking out four batters, walking none and scattering four hits. San Jose State hasn’t been in position to win very often since Del Bonta-Smith recorded his last save on April 5 at home against New Mexico: The Spartans have lost 15 of their past 16 games. Their lone victory in that span, though, belonged to Del Bonta-Smith. He got SJSU’s final two outs in the ninth inning against Oregon on April 29 before his teammates rallied in the bottom half to win 4-3. Should he fail to do it in the regular season, there’s at least a chance Del Bonta-Smith could tie or break the saves records at the Mountain West Tournament, scheduled for May 23-26 in Reno. To qualify for the tournament, San Jose State (19-32, 12-15 MWC) would have to finish among the conference’s top four teams. SJSU is currently in fifth place, making a sweep of Air Force all but necessary. The Spartans were in first when Del Bonta-Smith recorded his last save. Tanner Murray (San Lorenzo Valley), UC Davis, So.: The shortstop collected three hits and drove in the winning run with a 10th-inning single on Tuesday as the Aggies won their final home game, edging the San Francisco 3-2. His three-hit outing came against the last team to hold him hitless: Murray has hit safely in 11 straight games after going without a hit in back-to-back games against USF on April 22-23. Now batting .392, Murray has had three hitting streaks of at least 10 games this season. His current hitting streak includes last weekend’s series against Cal State-Northridge: UCD’s leadoff batter went 2 for 4 with a triple, three RBIs and a run scored on Sunday as the Aggies won their final Big West Conference home game 11-4. Murray’s triple, which brought home two runs in the fifth inning was his second of the three-game series. The Aggies’ leadoff hitter smoked one on Friday and finished 2 for 5 with a run scored in UC Davis’s 5-4 loss. In between, Murray was 1 for 4 with a run scored in UCD’s 8-2 loss on Saturday. Jackson O’Boy (Aptos), UC Davis, Redshirt So.: After being hit by a pitch and advancing to first, the catcher scored in the sixth inning of UC Davis’ 3-2, 10-inning win over San Francisco on Tuesday. Chase Watkins (St. Francis), Cal Poly-SLO, Fr.: The left-handed starting pitcher suffered his second loss of the season – and first in Big West Conference play – Friday night against UC Irvine. Watkins (0-2) surrendered just two hits, but one was a three-run double in the second inning that came after he walked three batters, one of them intentionally. Watkins was replaced in the third inning, and Cal Poly went on to lose 7-3. Dylan McPhillips (Monte Vista Christian), Sacramento State, So.: The second baseman doubled and scored a run on Sunday in Sac State’s 14-4, seven-inning loss to Utah Valley. Jack Harris (Aptos), San Francisco State, Jr.: The center fielder was selected to the All-California Collegiate Athletic Association second team on May 7. Batting primarily in SFSU’s leadoff spot, Harris hit .310 with six home runs, 23 RBI and 27 runs scored during the regular season. Fielding-wise, he committed just five errors in 99 chances. Harris performed solidly at the plate in the Gators’ deep run in last week’s CCAA Tournament in Stockton: He went 2 for 4 with a run scored as San Francisco State upset the No. 4-ranked team in NCAA Division II, UC San Diego, 5-1 on Thursday, then went 2 for 5 with an RBI on Friday in an 8-5 win over Stanislaus State. He was 1 for 4 with a walk, a stolen base and an RBI later Friday in the Gators’ tournament-ending 9-8 loss to No. 21 Cal State-Monterey Bay. Jonah Gonzales (Aptos), San Francisco State, Redshirt Jr.: The left fielder had at least one hit in all four of SFSU’s games at last week’s CCAA Tournament. His best outing was the Gators’ win over Stanislaus State on Friday: Gonzales was 3 for 4 with a run scored. Gonzales was 1 for 3 in SFSU’s tournament-opening loss to Monterey Bay on May 7. He also had an RBI single in the Gators’ win over UC San Diego last Thursday and was 1 for 5 with two runs scored in SFSU’s tournament-ending loss to CSUMB on Friday. Jordan Peabody (SLV/Cabrillo), Cal State-Los Angeles, Sr.: The second baseman was selected to the Google Cloud Academic All-District 8 First Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America last Thursday. An accounting major, Peabody carried a 3.62 grade-point average in the classroom and had a .333 batting average, which was the second highest on the team. Austin Muller (MVC), Westmont, Sr.: The right fielder walked in his sole plate appearance for the Warriors in their 7-3 win over Jamestown (N.D.) on Tuesday in a losers’-bracket game in the NAIA Tournament’s Santa Barbara Regional. Muller also played half an inning in Westmont’s 9-8 loss to Antelope Valley in the Warriors’ tournament opener on Monday. Jackson Collins (MVC), Biola, So.: The first baseman was named to the All-PacWest Conference Second Team on Tuesday. Collins batted .339 with nine home runs and 34 RBI in leading Biola to a 29-19 record and a fourth-place finish in the PacWest. Women’s tennis Caroline Casper (St. Francis), Pomona-Pitzer, Sr.: The No. 2-ranked singles player in NCAA Division III’s West Region as of Sunday, Casper was selected to compete in the Division III individual championships, which will take place May 24-26 in Kalamazoo, Mich. Casper also won in three sets at No. 1 singles and teamed with Jay Kim to win 8-4 in doubles as Pomona-Pitzer defeated Trinity of Texas 5-1 on Saturday in the West Region team semifinals. In Sunday’s final, however, Casper lost in both singles and doubles as her Sagehens succumbed to reigning national champion Claremont-Mudd-Scripps for the third time this season. Facing Catherine Allen, the West Region’s top-ranked singles player, Casper dropped her first set 6-0 but trailed just 6-5 in the second set before she retired. Women’s track and field Cassie Ackemann (SLV), Southern Methodist, So.: The high jumper took fourth place at the American Athletic Conference championships on Sunday in Wichita, Kansas, clearing the bar at 5 feet, 6 inches. Stasia Kubicki (Santa Cruz), UC Davis, Sr.: The pole vaulter placed fifth at the Big West Conference championships on Friday in Santa Barbara, clearing the bar at 12-3¼. Erika Malaspina (Pacific Collegiate), Stanford, Redshirt So.: The pole vaulter came in sixth on Sunday at the Pac-12 Conference championships in Tucson, Ariz. Malaspina reached a top height of 12-10¾. Anaya Ward (Santa Cruz), UC Davis, Fr.: Placed seventh in both the 800-meter race (2 minutes, 11.28 seconds) and 1,500 (4:35.61) at the Big West Conference championships in Santa Barbara on Saturday. Ward advanced to Saturday’s 1,500 final by posting the fifth-fastest time (4:29.14) in the preliminaries on Friday. She placed fourth in the 800 preliminaries in 2:11.79. Anna Maxwell (SLV), Washington, Sr.: The distance runner finished ninth in Sunday’s 1,500 final at the Pac-12 championships. Maxwell crossed the finish line in 4:23.95. Maxwell advanced to Sunday’s final by placing 11th in the preliminaries on Saturday with a time of 4:23.24. Kaila Gibson (SLV), Portland State, Redshirt Jr.: The distance runner placed ninth in the 5,000 on Saturday at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships in Missoula, Montona. Gibson posted a time of 17:29.63. Chloe Kimes (Soquel), UC Santa Barbara, Fr.: The sprinter just missed earning a berth in the 400-meter final at the Big West Conference championships in Santa Barbara: The top eight from Friday’s preliminaries advanced, and Kimes placed ninth in 1:02.26. Katherine Whiting (Santa Cruz), New Mexico, Sr.: The pole vaulter tied for 10th place in her event at the Mountain West Conference championships on Friday in Clovis. Whiting reached a height of 11-11½. Corey Friedenbach (PCS), Air Force Academy, Fr.: The pole vaulter tied for 13h place in her event at the Mountain West Conference championships on Friday, getting over at 11-11½. Mari Friedman (Santa Cruz), Oregon State, Fr.: The middle-distance runner placed 19th in the 800 at the Pac-12 championships on Sunday, posting a time of 2:11.13. That time is the sixth-fastest in Oregon State’s history. Friedman also ran the anchor leg of the Beavers’ 4×400 relay team, which finished 10th in 3:48.24 on Sunday. Melissa Braun (Soquel), Occidental, Sr.: The pole vaulter was selected to the All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team on May 8. Her season-best mark of 12-4½ was the second highest of any SCIAC competitor during the regular season. Braun also placed fourth at the Occidental Invitational on Saturday, reaching a top height of 12-1½. Sabrine Griffith (Santa Cruz), Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Jr.: The multi-event athlete placed 17th in the long jump at Saturday’s Occidental Invitational with a leap of 17-10¼. She also finished 21st in the 100 hurdles in 15.20. Men’s track and field Elijah Marta (Aptos), Kentucky, Sr.: The All-American javelin thrower placed fifth at the Southeastern Conference championships last Thursday in Fayetteville, Ark. Marta’s throw of 233 feet, 6 inches was a personal best by 14 inches, and he hit it on the last of his six throws. Sam Schubert (SLV), Fullerton, Jr.: The sprinter failed to reach the final in the 110 hurdles at the Big West Conference championships. Schubert placed 11th in Friday’s preliminaries with a time of 14.83 seconds, and only the top eight advanced. Softball Bailey Lotz (SLV), Saint Mary’s, Sr.: The first baseman went 0 for 4 in the final game of her career, a 2-1 home loss to University of San Diego in the second game of a doubleheader last Saturday. She got a hit in the first game, though, and scored one of Saint Mary’s two runs in a 2-0 victory. Lotz went 2-for-3 with two RBI in the Gaels’ 3-1 win over USD on Friday. She hit .260 on the season and drove in 14 runs for a team that went 14-37 overall (7-8 in the West Coast Conference). Women’s rowing Rhiannon Mulligan (PCS), Wellesley (Mass.), Jr.: Rowing in the sixth seat, she helped Wellesley’s varsity eight-plus earn a silver medal on Sunday at the National Invitational Collegiate Regatta on Massachusetts’ Lake Quinsigamond. The Blue placed second in the event’s Grand Final with a time of 6 minutes, 53.397 seconds over 2,000 meters. Phoebe Hafertepen (PCS), Western Washington, So.: Rowing in the No. 3 seat for the Vikings’ varsity eight-plus in a tuneup for the upcoming NCAA Division II championships, she helped her team place second in a pair of races against Stanford and Central Oklahoma on Sunday in Redwood Shores.  Hafertepen’s team posted times of 6:55.7 against Central Oklahoma, the top-ranked team in Division II, and 7:03.5 against Stanford, ranked No. 1 in Division I. Beach volleyball Lauren Matias (Harbor), UC Davis, Jr.: Along with Jane Seslar, her frequent partner during the regular season, she earned an honorable mention when the Big West Conference announced its all-conference team on May 6. Matias and Selsar are the first players in the history of UC Davis’ first-year program to be so honored. County Connections appears Thursdays in the Sentinel. Contact sports@santacruzsentinel.com if you know of a former Santa Cruz County prep athlete now playing at the collegiate level. 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15 May 19
Daily Republic

May 15– May 15–Cole Weaver was told it couldn’t be done. It was impossible for someone to play Division I college baseball while being enrolled in a full-time ROTC program. And there was absolutely no chance a scholarship would transfer from a Division III program to Division I. Weaver, who starred at Santa Fe Christian, […]

15 May 19
MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates at Los Angeles Dodgers
April 28, 2019; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Julio Urias (7) throws against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the seventh inning at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

May 15, 2019

Major League Baseball placed Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias on administrative leave Tuesday after he was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor domestic battery on Monday night.

The Los Angeles Police Department said an incident involving the 22-year-old Urias and a woman took place around 7:30 p.m. PT in the parking lot of the Beverly Center, a local shopping center. Following a night in jail, Urias was released at 1:30 a.m. PT after posting $20,000 bail.

MLB said it is investigating the matter and is “in the process of gathering facts” while Urias is on administrative leave, which can be extended multiple times past the seven-day limit.

“We learned about the alleged incident this morning and are in the process of gathering information,” the Dodgers said in a statement Tuesday. “As a result, we have no comment at this time regarding the incident. However, every allegation of domestic violence must be taken seriously and addressed promptly, and we will cooperate fully with the authorities and Major League Baseball to ensure that that happens in this case.”

–Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez likely will be out four to six weeks with a Grade 1 lat strain, manager Scott Servais said.

The Mariners put the struggling right-hander on the 10-day injured list Sunday. Hernandez, a six-time All-Star and the 2010 American League Cy Young Award winner, is 1-4 with a 6.52 ERA this season.

He last pitched Saturday, giving up seven runs on six hits in 2 1/3 innings as the Mariners lost 9-5 at the Boston Red Sox.

–New York Mets infielder Jed Lowrie suffered a setback in his injury rehab, straining his hamstring while working to come back from a sprained left knee capsule.

Lowrie, 35, has yet to play for the Mets since signing a two-year, $20 million contract in January.

He was rehabbing at Triple-A Syracuse, where he is 4-for-24 with one homer and one RBI in six games.

–The Kansas City Royals brought up top prospect Nicky Lopez to the major leagues for the first time and put the second baseman into the starting lineup at home against the Texas Rangers.

Lopez, who was batting second for the Royals on Tuesday, was hitting .353 with three home runs, 19 RBIs and just five strikeouts in 138 plate appearances at Triple-A Omaha. Lopez, 24, was a fifth-round draft pick in 2016 out of Creighton University in Omaha.

To make room on the 40-man roster, the Royals designated for assignment infielder Frank Schwindel. To make room on the active roster, right-hander Jake Newberry was optioned to Omaha.

–The Milwaukee Brewers called up top prospect Keston Hiura and placed third baseman Travis Shaw on the 10-day injured list.

In a corresponding move, infielder/outfielder Cory Spangenberg was designated for assignment.

Hiura, 22, was the Brewers’ first-round pick, No. 9 overall, in the 2017 draft. A UC Irvine product, the second baseman was batting .333 with 11 home runs, 26 RBIs and an on-base percentage of .408 for Triple-A San Antonio.

–The Cleveland Indians called up outfield prospect Oscar Mercado, who currently leads the minor leagues with 14 stolen bases.

Mercado, 24, is hitting .294 with 10 doubles, four homers and 15 RBIs in 30 games at Triple-A Columbus. He has stolen 14 bases in 17 attempts and scored 24 runs.

Mercado made his major league debut playing left field on Tuesday afternoon, going 0-for-3 and scoring one run as the visiting Indians crushed the Chicago White Sox 9-0.

–The Atlanta Braves brought back left-handed reliever Jesse Biddle from the injured list, while left-hander Jerry Blevins was designated for assignment.

The Braves also recalled right-hander Wes Parsons from Triple-A Gwinnett a day after right-hander Kyle Wright was optioned.

Biddle, 27, was out of action since late April with a right thigh contusion and right groin strain. He had a 3.18 ERA in 14 appearances and had allowed just two earned runs over his last 11 outings.

–The Oakland Athletics have received permission to begin the lengthy process of building a new stadium.

The Port of Oakland commissioners voted Monday night to give the team four years to prepare an environmental impact report for the potential building site at Howard Terminal.

The A’s want to build a quaint 35,000-seat stadium along the bay that would include a housing and retail development near the city’s historic Jack London Square. The site is about six miles from the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the cavernous stadium opened in 1966 that is also currently home to the Oakland Raiders.

–Field Level Media

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14 May 19
Sport Archives

KALAMAZOO TOURNAMENT SIDE Middlebury College men's tennis collaboration will make its 16th NCAA quarter-final appearance over the past 17 years when it meets Wesleyan Monday, May 20. Fighting takes place at Stowe Stadium in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The event is hosted by Kalamazoo College. The Pantherne make their 18th consecutive trip to the NCAA tournament. Sixth-ranked […]

14 May 19
USA TODAY Sports Brackets

The Gulf Coast Showcase this fall will have a bit of a homecoming at Hertz Arena. The Drake men, who won the Missouri Valley regular-season title, are part of the field from Nov. 25-27, bdG Sports announced Tuesday. Former FGCU assistant and Florida SouthWestern State head coach Marty Richter is an assistant for the Bulldogs, […]

14 May 19
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LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)LSU Sports Interactive Overall Record: 31-21 SEC: 15-12 Results last week 7 May (Tuesday.) – LOUISIANA TECH (L, 1-12)May 9 (Thu.) – by Arkansas (L, 4-14)May 10 (Friday) – by Arkansas (L, 6-11)May 11 (Saturday) – by Arkansas (W, 3-2) Schedule of this WeekMay 14 (Tuesday.) – NEW ORLEANS, 6:30 p.m. CT (CSS Network […]