The momentum that the Knights built after winning two consecutive games against Grossmont last week has disappeared after losing two straight to Southwestern this week. The Knights lost, 7-0, on Wednesday and then were defeated, 10-2, on Thursday. The Knights fell behind 5-0 in Thursday's game at Morley Field and could not recover.
The Knights struck first with three runs in the third inning and never looked back as they defeated Grossmont for the second consecutive day, 6-1, on Friday.
The Knights fell to Grossmont, 7-2, at home on Tuesday in the first game of a three-game series with the Griffins this week. The Knights were down, 2-1, after four innings, but Grossmont pulled away with two runs in both the fifth and sixth innings. The loss dropped the Knights to 6-9 overall and 2-4 in the PCAC.
The Knights snapped their four-game losing streak on Saturday by defeating Mesa, 3-2, at home. Randy Carrazco went 2-for-4 with one RBI and scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning.
The Knights fell behind by two runs , but scored seven in the bottom of the sixth which was enough to beat Mt. San Antonio, 7-3, on Monday afternoon.
The Knights rallied back from a 2-run deficit in the ninth inning to tie it and then pulled out the 5-4 win over West Los Angeles after a bases loaded walk by Hilario Garcia in the 12th.
The SDCC baseball team earned its first win of the 2012 season on Tuesday afternoon in a rain-shortened, five inning game. The Knights defeated Victor Valley, 9-0, after dropping the first two games of the season to Saddleback last weekend.
SDCC baseball players Keegan Yuhl, Rich Aguirre and Antonio Carrillo have been selected by the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference to the All-PCAC First Team.
Lorenzana, K.Garcia, Vasquez, D.Garcia and Enriquez given Honorable Mention.
The Knights traveled to Santa Ana on Friday to finish a protested game that originally started on March 19 and came away victorious, 11-7.
SDCC pitchers Keegan Yuhl and Mark Vasquez held Mesa to only two runs while the Knights used a 4-run eighth inning to pull away for the 7-2 victory over the Olympians.