Hector Lorenzana hit a game-ending sacrifice fly with one out in the bottom of the ninth to give the Knights a 5-4 win over Grossmont on Tuesday afternoon.
With the game tied and a runner on second base, Knights' center fielder Antonio Carrillo came through with a single up the middle that drove in the run that gave them the 4-3 victory over Imperial Valley on Friday afternoon.
Freshman right-handed pitcher Keegan Yuhl had six strikeouts and allowed two runs while throwing all nine innings as he and the Knights held off the Southwestern Jaguars for the 3-2 win.
The Knights came away victorious in both contests on Saturday. They defeated Pasadena, 13-4, in the morning game and then beat West Los Angeles, 11-9, in eight innings.
A day after losing a one-sided contest at Saddleback, 15-1, the Knights returned the favor with a 10-2 home win over the Gauchos.
SDCC Knights Baseball is dedicated to making its members better student-athletes. We are a family and we will continue this tradition for years to come. Here at SDCC, our goal is to place all of our student-athletes at 4-year institutions and/or on professional baseball teams and, over the past 11 years, we have had a high success rate in doing so.
The coaching staff believes in improving all players' strength, aerobic and anaerobic endurance, and flexibility. We base our workouts on input from professional baseball strength and conditioning instructors. Our coaches have years of experience in workout programs and have master's degrees in Physical Education. San Diego City College offers three workout facilities, two of which are brand new...
We spend countless hours working with our student-athletes on mechanics, individual skill improvement and baseball knowledge. We pride ourselves on providing a professional atmosphere that emphasizes the necessary skills to be an elite athlete. Our staff have a wide range of experience and involvement in professional baseball, national programs like the USA Junior Olympics Team, as well as local teams, leagues and coaches' conferences...
We believe in giving back to the community through free clinics for younger ball players. We are involved in the North Park Little League and offer our help to numerous teams and individuals. We offer coaches clinics and you can find us involved in the community through college events like the Breast Cancer Walk, Asthma Walk and other charitable organizations.
To be a student-athlete at any institution, it is important to work hard on the field and in the classroom. We stress the importance of priorities. Our student-athletes have three major concerns; Family, Academics and Baseball. San Diego City College provides helpful services such as tutoring, academic advising and study hall sessions. We want you to succeed and our program, as well as the college, will assist you in any way possible.