Hawks travel to Yuba for a 3 day tournament this week...
See schedule for scores, box scores, and future times.
Hawks hold true to history, another tight game at Laney. Hawks win 2-1 w a run in the ninth...
In 5 of the last 6 years, the Hawks have played a low scoring tight game versus Laney College. Again the Hawks prevailed, 2-1, thanks to a 9th inning sac fly by soph Zane Gelphman. John Breidenthal picked up the win in relief and frosh Clayton Andrews picked up his 2nd save of the year striking out the side (every out he has recorded in 3x3 innings has been a punch out). Kyle Swanson tied the game in the 6th with a sac fly
The undefeated Hawks return to action Fri. 2/5 at American River College vs perennial power Feather River College, at approx 4 pm.
No revenge for Marin, Hawks win 6-2.
In a re-boot of last years opening round of the playoffs, the Hawks won again at College of Marin. The Hawks used 8 pitchers (6 with their college debuts) as they beat College of Marin 6-2. Scott Petrsokey picked up his 1st college win. Clayton Andrews went 3x5 with 3 doubles, Tony Stanich, Nick Ciandro and Jairus Richards all had 2 hits a piece.
The Hawks return to action Thursday at Laney College for a 5pm game. Devon Loomis will be on the hill for the Hawks.
Hawks open season with a bang, sweep opening DH @ #4 Santa Barbara City College, 10-4 and 1-0...
The Hawks start hot sweeping perennial power SBCC on Sat 1/30. Here is the wrap ups (for box scores check the schedule/ results page).
Game 1 Recap: The Hawks season started off rough, giving up a 4 spot in the 1st inning. But starter Devon Loomis settled down and shut SBCC out for the next 4, as John Breidnethal pitched 3 scoreless and Clayton Andrews threw the 9th. Loomis picked up the win. The Hawks responded in the 3rd down 4-0, with a 4 spot highlighted by Scott Akrop's Double off the wall in right for 2 runs and Nick Ciandro's triple right after. Akrop was 2x4 with 4 rbi's and Nick Ciandro was 3x5
Game 2 Recap: Frosh Brett de Gues gave up no hits through 4 1/3 and pitched 6 innings of shutout baseball to earn his 1st college game. Steven Eichhorn threw 1 2/3 of scoreless relief and closer Clayton Andrews threw 1 1/3 striking out 4. Zach Thibault hit 1 of his 2 doubles in the 5th to drive in the only run of the game.
The Hawks have now increased their overall record vs SBCC to 9-2 lifetime. Clayton Andrews threw a total of 2 1/3 innings, recording every out via the strikeout.
The Hawks return to the road Tuesday 2/2 and return to the site of their regional playoff series win, College of Marin. Game time is 2:00 pm
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, an unprecedented 3 straight super-regional appearances and 5 straight playoff appearances. In the last 6 years, we've had 50 guys move on to play at the 4 year level to include 15 at the Div 1 level.
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. 2015 team earned a 3.1 team gpa.
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.