Capozza throws a gem, Hawks beat Chabot on the road 3-0...
Ryan Capozza threw a masterful 8 innings and improved to 4-0 with an ERA of .67. Houston Roberts had 2 doubles to lead the Hawks offense. The Hawks retrun to action Sat at MPC @ noon.
Road weary Hawks lose a late one to Hartnell 7-6...
The Hawks 12th road game out of 15 games, resulted in a sloppy effort as they lose 7-6. Hartnell threw out 4 guys at the plate to include the last out of the game on an attempted sac fly.
The Hawks return to action Thurs 3/5 @ Chabot College.
Long 4 hour game, Hawks win at Sac City 7-5..
In a rematch of last years playoff series which the HAwks won 2-1, Cabrillo wins a marathon game in Sacramento 7-5. Andrew Dughi picks up his 1st collegiate win in relief. Devon Loomis earned his 1st collegiate save w a scoreless 9th.
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Hawks smash Ohlone, 9-0 in conference opener, move to 2-0 in conference..
Ryan Capozza threw a 2 hit gem as the Hawks offense had 4 triples and a double in their offense, led by Jake Raynaud's two triples.
The Hawks have a non-conference game Sat @ Sac City 1pm, and return to conference play Tuesday at Hartnell.
Defending two time Coast Conference Champs, open up 2015 conference campaign w a 3-2 win at Canada...
Devon Loomis threw 6 1/3 string innings giving up no earned runs, and led the Hawks to their conference opening game win. Matthew Valdez' bat returned as he had 3 hits to include a double. Matthew Palazzo picked up the save.
The Hawks return to action Thursday at the Nest vs Ohlone College at 2pm. Ryan Capozza takles the mound for the Hawks.
What is Cabrillo Baseball all about?
Welcome to Cabrillo College Baseball. Cabrillo College has regained its position as one of the finest junior college baseball programs on the west coast, winning consecutive conference titles, consecutive super-regional appearances and 4 straight playoff appearances.
Playing college baseball is a unique challenge, which will demand your greatest intensity, concentration and commitment. The time demands along with the mental and physical challenges you will face are extraordinary and will demand your 100% effort. College baseball players must be active and successful students as well.
We expect the same effort on the field and in the classroom. The academic portion of college athletics is difficult and we are all committed to being active participants in our success on and off the field
The Seahawk coaching staff is filled with former high school head coaches, college coaches, and pro ball players. Each of these men brings their own connections, experience, and desire to help you achieve our player’s long term athletic and academic goals. Cabrillo College baseball players are those with a burning desire to grow as athletes, students, and men.