ROUNDUP : Windmiller Rings Up 20th as Northridge Sweeps New Mexico

Amy Windmiller earned her 20th win and Beth Calcante drove in four runs Saturday as Cal State Northridge swept a Western Athletic Conference softball doubleheader at New Mexico, 5-1 and 7-1.

Northridge led, 2-1, in the seventh inning of the first game when Calcante hit a three-run home run.

In the second game, Northridge rallied from a 1-0 deficit by scoring seven times in the final three innings. Scia Maumausolo and Shannon Jones each had two RBIs for Northridge (40-7, 15-3).

Cal Lutheran 2-5, Claremont-Mudd Scripps 1-0--Cal Lutheran completed SCIAC play with a 23-1 record by sweeping Claremont Mudd at Thousand Oaks.

Heidi Stevens (13-4) got the victory in the opener and collected three hits in the second game.


Cal Lutheran 4-20, Claremont-Mudd 3-7--The Kingsmen (28-5-1, 20-1), ranked sixth in the nation in Division III, swept a SCIAC doubleheader at Claremont.

The Master's 8-9, Biola 1-10--Catcher Jeff Tomlinson had two hits for the Mustangs (14-32-2) in the first game of the NAIA District 3 doubleheader, but Master's left the potential tying run at third base in the seventh inning of the second game at La Mirada.

Antelope Valley 5, Victor Valley 4--Sophomore right fielder Brandon Yount hammered a triple in the bottom of the ninth, then scored the winning run on an overthrow by the second baseman in the Foothill Conference game.

Bakersfield 8, Canyons 5--Ted Kiester, Vinny Orlando and David Castillo each had two hits for the Cougars (14-19, 9-13) in the WSC defeat.

Valley 10, Santa Monica 1--Sophomore right-hander Doug Rubin pitched Valley's first complete game, allowing only five hits. Will Skett hit a three-run inside-the-park home run in the sixth inning.


Sophomore Josh Owens broke the WSC record in the 50 freestyle with a time of 21:22 and won the the 100 freestyle in 47.14 to lead Ventura to its first conference title since 1985. The Pirates racked up 724 points, followed by Cuesta (706), Valley (605), Santa Monica (526), Canyons (241) and Pierce (226).


Chaminade 11, Loyola 1--John Gunn went two for three and drove in three runs while Joel Orme was two for four and scored three times for Chaminade (13-8, 5-5) in the Mission League rout.

Alemany 9, Notre Dame 2--Rudy Pantoja (5-0) pitched his second complete game for Alemany (16-7, 7-3), taking a three-hit shutout through six innings in Mission League play.

Harvard-Westlake 11, Bishop Montgomery 2--Jeremy Rossman had three RBIs and Spencer Hudnutt and Doug Lindie each added two hits for Harvard-Westlake in the Mission League game.

Crespi 13, St. Bernard 9--The Celts, paced by Brad Farlow, who was three for three with a grand slam, survived three seventh-inning home runs by St. Bernard in the Mission League game.

Bishop Amat 4, St. Francis 0--Bishop Amat (21-0, 8-0) scored four unearned runs in the fifth inning on two errors, three singles and a walk to remain perfect in Del Rey League play, spoiling a solid effort by St. Francis starter Joe Baldino.

Montclair Prep 7-6, Burbank 5-7--Burbank scored a run in the ninth inning of the second game when Frank Garcia was allowed to score the winning run on an obstruction call against Montclair Prep.

Oakwood 11, Providence 1--Danny Morgan pitched a no-hitter, striking out 14, to lead Oakwood in the Liberty League game.


Simi Valley 1, Newbury Park 0--Nicole Newhart's groundout to the pitcher drove in Sara Griffin, whose triple was the only hit for Simi Valley (17-1) in a semifinal game in the Thousand Oaks tournament.

Newhart saved Simi Valley's 1-0 victory over Buena in a quarterfinal game earlier in the day by throwing out a runner at the plate in the eighth inning.

Griffin struck out a season-high 16 in that game, which the Pioneers won by scoring a run in the ninth.

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