Cal Lutheran's baseball team lost to La Verne, 4-1 and 8-7, in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader Saturday at Thousand Oaks, sending the Kingsmen to their worst start in history.
Cal Lutheran, which has won the SCIAC three consecutive seasons, is 0-5, 0-3 in the SCIAC and has lost eight in a row dating to last season.
Brock Whobrey had a triple and a home run for La Verne in the first game. La Verne (4-2, 3-0) scored three runs in the ninth to win the second game.
The Master's 9-3, Cal Poly Pomona 7-1--Mark Vail singled in the winning run in the sixth inning of the second game for The Master's (5-3) after driving in two runs in the opener.
Matt Henzie had three hits, including a double, in the first game for the Mustangs. Paul Gomez (1-1) of The Master's scattered seven hits, struck out two and walked three in the second game.
Oxnard 5, Mission 4; Oxnard 12, El Camino 11--Vernon Martinez singled home Matt Anderson in the 12th inning for the Condors against Mission in a game of the Gold Coast Classic. Against El Camino, Oxnard (7-3) scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh on a two-out single by Jason Young.
East L.A. 7, Antelope Valley 2--Jeff Bowne had three hits and drove in a run and Todd Barnes had two hits, including a double for the host Marauders (5-4-1).
David Gomez had three hits and Ramon Ruiz and Alonzo Aguilar homered for East L.A. (6-3).
Chapman 4-8, Cal Lutheran 0-5--Christy Guidorizzi pitched two complete games and struck out 19 for the Panthers (4-2) in a nonconference doubleheader at Cal Lutheran.
Guidorizzi pitched a no-hitter against the Regals (4-4) in the first game, striking out 10, including eight in a row over the first three innings.
Claremont-Mudd 75, Cal Lutheran 73--Paul LaMott scored 24 points for Cal Lutheran (16-7, 9-3), but the Kingsmen lost to the Stags (14-9, 9-3) after leading by 12 at halftime.
Southern Utah 74, Cal State Northridge 50--Maureen Batiste had 16 points and seven rebounds and Shannon Crouse added 14 points and six rebounds for Northridge (0-22) in an American West Conference loss.
The Matadors have lost 27 in a row.