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Softball News

College of San Mateo softball went two-and-out in the state championship tournament, ending its season on a pair of losses to Mt. San Antonio and Santiago Canyon.

After blowing the lead in the top of the seventh, College of San Mateo used a four-run rally to advance past its Super Regional on Sunday with a 7-6 victory over San Joaquin Delta.

The CSM softball team steamrolled most of its opponents this season, so it was surprising to see them in a tight battle with San Joaquin Delta in the CCCAA Super Regionals.

The Lady Bulldogs homered four times in four innings to cruise past Yuba College 18-1 in the opening round of the California Community College regional playoffs Sunday at CSM.

Ashlynne Neil and Raquel Martinez sat in the first-base dugout at College of San Mateo during last year’s state playoffs. But they weren’t wearing CSM uniforms. Both were members of the Feather River College team before transferring to CSM.

Top-seeded College of San Mateo welcomes the Yuba College softball team to the postseason for a best-of-three game series starting Saturday.

The streak is over. The College of San Mateo softball team, ranked No. 1 in the state and a winner of its previous 26 games in a row, was belted 15-9 by visiting San Jose City College on Wednesday afternoon.

With its school-record winning streak at 26 games, the Bulldogs are ranked No. 1 in the state and have not lost since Feb. 4

Going into Tuesday’s game against Gavilan, the Bulldogs have picked up where they have left off the previous two seasons: namely, a 28-1 record, a 24-game winning streak, the No. 1 ranking in the state, running away with the Coast Conference North Division and simply doing what they do best.

Natalie Saucedo’s grand slam with two outs highlighted a five-run third inning as the top-ranked College of San Mateo softball team ran its win streak to 20 with an 8-0, five-inning victory over visiting Monterey Peninsula College on Friday.