The Chico State softball team ended their season with a 2-5 loss to Humboldt State in the NCAA West Regional on May 13. The Wildcats fought to the end, defeating both Cal Baptist and Cal State San Bernadino before being defeated by the Lumberjacks. Sophomore outfielder Megan Bowley started off the game with a home run in the second inning to put the ‘Cats up 1-0.
The Chico State baseball team won their second California Collegiate Athletic Association Championship Tournament in a row at Banner Island Ballpark last weekend. They capped the weekend off with a 12-5 victory over UC San Diego after dropping their first game a couple of hours before. The Wildcats needed to win one of their two games against the Tritons to win the title. Senior catcher Dillon Kelley refused to let his team lose.
Willie Latin is a senior runner on the Chico State track and field team. The team has won 13 conference titles in 14 years and Latin has been a big part of the team’s success this year. How long have you been running track? I have been running track for about seven years. What races do you run and how did you do in the California Collegiate Athletic Association Championship Tournament? I run the 400 meter dash and the 200. I’m also on the 4×1 and 4×4 relay teams.
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