On April 17, The Desert Sun ran articles about the Softball and Golf teams. Those articles are below:
COD 12, Chaffey 0: Alyssa Fuimaono was sharp, firing a one-hitter with eight strikeouts.
Jen Black was 2 for 2 with a double and four RBIs. Jen Prieto had a pinch-hit
three-run double and Sarah Bolding was 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBIs
for the 14-0 Roadrunners. The final home game of the season is at 3 p.m. Friday
against Rio Hondo.
COD takes second: COD
took second with 381, behind only Palomar at 373 at Soboba Springs. COD was paced by Kazu Sakai with a 73.
He was followed by George Grenzewitsch (76), Christian Rajcic (77), Connor Nash
(77), Chris Cotton (78) and Maximillien Philippe (78). The men's golf team heads to the Pacific Coast Conference Championship on April 28.
The Desert Sun, ran an article about the men's and women's tennis teams on Apr. 16, 2014. Read the latest on the teams below:
COD 5, Cerritos 2: Pedro Carle got two victories as the Roadrunners beat Cerritos.
Carle won singles 6-4, 6-1 and teamed with Zach Lidster to win in doubles, 8-2.
COD also got victories from Felipe Fuentes (6-2, 6-3), David Bensoussan (6-3,
6-3), and Joaquin Zuniga (6-1, 6-1). Once the Roadrunners clinched, they didn’t play out the other two doubles matches.
Orange Coast College 5, COD 4: The
Roadrunners fell in the second round of
the playoffs. No individual stats were reported.
The men's and women's tennis teams will be playing at the Ojai regionals April 23-27.
No new information about the men's baseball team has been reported. The team will be playing in Costa Mesa on April 18 at 2 p.m.
Coach Armstrong reported:
The three time Conference Champion Roadrunner Softball Team will be playing their final regular season game of the year at home this Friday April 18th.
The Roadrunners are currently 32-6 overall and 13-0 in the Foothill Conference with just two games remaining. Recently the ladies went on a 17 game winning streak in which they clinched their 3rd consecutive Conference Title as well as beating the #1 and #2 teams in the region and state.
9 sophomores including Foothill Conference Pitcher of the year and recent southern region pitcher of the week - Alyssa Fuimaono will take the field for their last regular season game as a Roadrunner. All-State nominee Danyelle Sturm will also play her final game as she battles Fuimaono for the top position as College of the Desert's All-Time Home Run Leader. Desert's All-Time leading base stealer Roxanne Allen will attempt to add to her impressive career total while Indio's Natalie Padilla looks to maintain her position as one of the top pitchers in ERA in the state.
Game time is 3 PM vs Rio Hondo college and it is sophomore day as we want to show great support and appreciation for these incredible student athletes who have already won 64 ball games in just two years. We will be having a barbeque, great music, our wonderful crew from KCOD announcing the game and festivities, as well as playing Bingo Bango for Bongos - our trademark game we have all come to love. I hope to see everybody at the ballpark!!