The Pacific Coast Athletic Conference has announced that three San Diego City College softball players have been selected to the all-conference teams. Freshman Alyssa Garrette was named to the All-PCAC first team, while sophomore Carleen Casey and freshman Teyonna Clady were selected to the All-PCAC second team.
The San Diego City College softball team came back from a 4-run deficit by scoring six unanswered runs in the fifth and sixth innings to beat PCAC rival Mesa, 8-6, on Wednesday afternoon.
The Knights snapped a 3-game losing streak by earning a 9-2 home win over Imperial Valley on Wednesday afternoon. Starting pitcher Micela Ross allowed only four hits while striking out eight and went 2-for-4 with a double and a run.
In a game that was switched to a Knights' home game because of the wet field conditions at Grossmont, City struggled to keep up with the Griffins on Wednesday and dropped their second straight, 9-4.
The Knights won both games of Saturday's home doubleheader against San Bernardino Valley to improve to 4-4 on the season. City took the first game, 7-1, and got past SBVC, 9-5, in the second game.
The Knights split a doubleheader on Saturday at Allan Hancock College, losing the first game, 8-7, then coming back with a decisive 11-2 win in the second game.
The Knights played a doubleheader on Friday, losing to host Santa Barbara, 5-3, but then edging L.A. Harbor, 10-9, to earn their first victory of the 2016 season.
San Diego City College softball player Alex Galatis has been selected to the All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference first team.
Sophomores Katie Dowdy and Amanda Diaz were named to the 2015 California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association (3CFCA) Academic All-State Team and will be recognized at an awards ceremony at the CCCAA Softball championships in Bakersfield, Calif. during the weekend of May 15.
Freshman Malin Ellstrom hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Knights a 3-2 home victory over Imperial Valley.