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Former Cal Poly pitcher Justin Bruihl became the 20th Mustang to play in the Major Leagues on Sunday, retiring five of the six batters he faced to wrap up an 8-2 Los Angeles Dodgers victory over the Los Angeles Angels at Dodger Stadium.
A winning streak of seven games and winner of 11 of its last 12 contests turned a midseason slump into another successful season for the Cal Poly baseball team.
Cal Poly shortstop Brooks Lee and catcher Myles Emmerson have claimed three of the six major awards presented by the Big West Conference for baseball.
All nine Cal Poly starters collected hits and the Mustangs produced double-digit hits for the fourth time in the series en route to a 9-1 victory over Cal State Fullerton on Sunday afternoon inside Baggett Stadium.
Cal Poly (20-20 overall, 10-14 Big West), continues conference play this weekend by visiting CSU Bakersfield (14-13, 11-9 Big West) for a four-game set at Hardt Field.
J.D. Callahan scattered eight hits over seven innings and No. 27 UC Santa Barbara scored six times in the first inning and never looked back in a 12-3 victory over Cal Poly on Sunday inside Caesar Uyesaka Stadium.
The midseason watch list for the award, which goes to the top amateur baseball player in the country, features 45 of the nation's top amateur players from the high school and college ranks and includes 34 athletes who have played their way onto the watch list since the preseason list was announced on Feb. 18.
Bryan Woo (2-2) earned the win with 5 2/3 scoreless innings in relief of starter Bryce Warrecker, who allowed just one run and four hits over the first three innings of the game.
Mustangs (8-5) Win Series Versus No. 6 UCLA for First Time Since 2014; Have Won Seven of Last Eight Games; Matadors (0-0) to Open Season This Weekend
First pitches are set for Friday and Saturday at 6 p.m., Sunday at 1 p.m. and Monday at 3 o’clock. All four games of the series will be broadcast live on ESPN Radio 1280 with Chris Sylvester or Jay Holloway calling the play-by-play.