There Will Be Gold

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Infield defense has been a big part of the recruiting process for the Chico State baseball team the past few years; that will be on display next Saturday before the Wildcats’ game against Western Oregon.
First baseman Kevin Seaver will be collecting his Rawlings Gold Glove, the Division II national award …

17 April 2010  Uncategorized

Getting Offensive

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I know, I know. Pitching and defense supposedly rule the earth. But after watching some good pitching performances go to waste a week ago against San Francisco State, the Wildcats were definitely bruised a bit in the ego area when it came to the issue of their lineup.
And, honestly, they …

2 April 2010  Uncategorized

Before we get the Wildcards going tomorrow, E-R photographer Jason Halley’s already provided the photo gallery for the Wildcats’ upset victory over UC San Diego. You can find it here.

13 February 2010  Uncategorized

The midway point of the college basketball season, usually, has people who follow it knowing three things about a team: how good it can be, how bad it can be and where between those two extremes it’s most likely to play consistently.
Obviously, you throw in variables (injuries, opponents, officiating), but …

31 January 2010  Uncategorized

I was talking with fellow sports writer Patrick Kinmartin on this week’s E-R Sports Show podcast about the Chico State basketball teams up to this point, the midway mark in the CCAA schedule, and the basic jist of it was that there is absolutely no predicting what either team will …

24 January 2010  Uncategorized

This last week of Wildcat basketball felt every bit like it was 2009: two road losses for the men, a split for the women and some yet-to-be-unanswered questions about just how good these teams really are in the here and now.
On the women’s side, there’s not much surprise, just because …

17 January 2010  Uncategorized

Another week of oddly scheduled CCAA games, with Chico State starting on Thursday at Humboldt State, also featured a victory for Cal State San Bernardino over Cal Poly Pomona, which effectively did two things in my mind: It, along with the Wildcats’ own win two weeks ago over the Broncos, …

13 January 2010  Uncategorized

It was nice to see that Synchro Bull was asserting herself more offensively this past weekend. With 13 points against UC San Diego and 11 against Cal State East Bay, it’s hard not to get the feeling that she’s starting to get just how important solid point play is for …

12 January 2010  Uncategorized

Well, OK, pretty much only Sunday was wild. But hey, that’s what the people are talking about, and they should be for one of Chico State’s most thrilling wins ever.
Both the men and women split the true weekend doubleheaders, with a goofy schedule (a pair of 12:30 and 2 p.m. …

5 January 2010  Uncategorized

After beating Notre Dame de Namur on Friday, the Chico State men are now 5-1 for the first time in 20 years, which starts a thought tree that branches a couple different directions.
The first is the obvious one, that it’s a nice start to the season and there is some …

18 December 2009  Uncategorized
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