Softball struggles in conference

Mason J. Rockfellow, Reporter
March 19, 2015

The Bakersfield College women’s softball team has not started out the conference as well as they started out the preseason. BC has won one game out of the first four conference games. With the game against Allan Hancock College on March 3 being cancelled, BC moved right along and went to Glendale College... Read more »

BC women are no longer undefeated

Mason J. Rockfellow, Reporter
March 9, 2015

The Bakersfield College softball team’s win streak has come to an end. The Renegades, now 7-2, played host to Moorpark, Southwestern, Cypress, and Mt. San Antonio College in the Bakersfield Classic Tournament on Feb. 21-22. The Renegades lost twice in a row on Feb. 21, first to Moorpark College, who... Read more »

Softball starts off 3-0

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Mason J. Rockfellow, Reporter
February 4, 2015

New Bakersfield College softball head coach and former Cal State Bakersfield softball player, Christie Hill, has led the BC Renegades to a three-game winning streak. First game of the season came against Fresno City College on Jan. 29, who beat BC last year, 17-0, but Hill said that the students aren’t... Read more »

Softball brings the momentum into the second round of conference play

Robert Mullen, Sports Editor
April 2, 2014

The Bakersfield College softball team has moved to 4-6 in conference play to tie for fourth in the conference after winning three of the last five games played. The most recent game on March 27 saw an 8-5 home victory over Glendale College. BC took an early lead in the second inning with two runs, and... Read more »

Softball improves to 2-2 in conference pla

Elias C. Ahumada, Reporters
March 19, 2014

The Bakersfield College women’s softball team began Western State Conference play March 11 with back-to-back games against Citrus College. The Renegades won their first game 10-9 with a strong pitching performance from Amanda Bundy. “She ended up coming out with one out in the seventh. She kind of... Read more »

Close losses haunt BC before home tourney

Robert Mullen, Sports Editor
February 20, 2014

Bakersfield College softball has moved into the third week of its season, droping from 1-3 to 2-5. During a doubleheader in Visalia on Feb. 13, BC suffered two close losses. The first game was a 3-2 loss against Cosumnes River. Morgan Peterson had one hit and two RBIs. “We had a pretty good game against... Read more »

BC softball team end rough season

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Robert Mullen, Reporter
May 1, 2013

By Robert Mullen Reporter Bakersfield College softball has wrapped up this season with a season record of 7-31, and a Western State Conference record of 5-13. Coach Sandi Taylor has also celebrated her 500 career win this season, achieving this on April 20, against Fullerton. On April 18, BC hosted... Read more »

Taylor earns her 500th victory

Robert Mullen, Reporter
May 1, 2013

By Robert Mullen Reporter With the end of the 2013 softball season, Coach Sandi Taylor is reflecting on the season and her 500th career win. Taylor has been the softball coach at BC for 23 years, with eight years before that coaching high school. “It is a big milestone, and I was really happy for... Read more »

BC softball team struggles in doubleheaders

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Robert Mullen, Reporter
April 17, 2013

By Robert Mullen Reporter The Bakersfield College softball team is coming up on the end of the season with just five games left before the playoffs. Currently they sit at 3-12 in conference, and 4-29 in total season play. On April 2, BC played L.A. Valley and lost 9-1. On April 4, BC hosted a doubleheader... Read more »

BC gets its biggest win of the season with 14-4 victory

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Robert Mullen, reporter
April 3, 2013

By Robert Mullen Reporter  The Bakersfield Softball team beat Santa Monica College 14-4 on March 26, putting up 14 hits, including a homerun by CJ Sagasta and a grand slam by Kassidi Ward in the fourth inning. Following this, BC lost both games of a doubleheader against Citrus College 8-0 and 9-0, bringing... Read more »

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