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Cal Poly runner Clayton Hutchins won the 1,500 meters in 3:50.75 at the 34th annual Cal Poly ShareSLO Invitational held in San Luis Obispo on March 26. Hutchins helped lead the Mustangs to a 101-65 team win over Fresno State and a 108-40 victory over CSU Bakersfield on the day. Having posted a qualifying time at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival that was historically good enough to qualify for the NCAA west regionals, former Drake High track standout Clayton Hutchins had to sweat it out for a couple of weeks as guys around the country continued to post fast times. Comment?
Jazmyn Jackson, Cal softball: Jackson, a two-time Mercury News player of the year while at Archbishop Mitty, is batting .363 with team-highs of 19 runs scored, 29 hits and 12 stolen bases. Courtney Tyler and Chelsea Convissar, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo softball: Tyler, a junior from Hillsdale, is batting .290 with five doubles and 13 RBIs. Comment?
Justin Calomeni, Kyle Marinconz, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo baseball: Calomeni, a junior from Bellarmine College Prep, pitched a perfect ninth inning Sunday to record his first save of the season as Cal Poly defeated USF 7-6 to improve to 10-2. Calomeni picked up wins earlier in the week against Pepperdine and USF. Comment?
Colvey, a New Zealand under-23 fullback, gives San Jose depth because he can play on either side of the backline. He performed well during preseason training to join goalkeeper Andrew Tarbell -- the No. Comment?
Joe Castignani, Cal football: The redshirt freshman from Bellarmine College Prep had two special-teams tackles in Cal's win over Oregon State. Danielle Katz, Stanford cross country: Katz, a junior from Los Gatos High, placed 24th at the NCAA West Regional championships in Seattle, covering the 6K course in 21:13. Comment?
Tri Grit coach Noel Kosiek helps Rob Dick as he transitions from biking to running as they work out at McNear's Beach on Sunday in San Rafael. When 800 athletes hit the water at the start of the Marin County Triathlon this weekend, one thing is certain - no one will be as prepared as the members of Tri Grit, this year's official training partner. Comment?
Lizzie Lacy, Amherst cross country: Lacy, a freshman from Menlo School, won the New England Small College Athletic Conference individual championship with a time of 21:48 in the 6K race at Middlebury College. Kody Wakasa, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo soccer: Wakasa, a junior defender from Burlingame High, scored his first career goal in the second overtime, at the 103:34 mark, to give the Mustangs a 3-2 win over UC Santa Barbara. Comment?
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