The San Bernardino Valley College softball team secured its first Foothill Conference title since 1998.
The playoff draw was released today and SBVC (26-13) has drawn the No. 13 seed and will face No. 4 Citrus (30-9) in a best of three series at Citrus.
The first game is slated for 2 p.m. Saturday with Game 2 on Sunday at noon. The third game will follow if necessary.
Here are the complete pairings with seedings:
No. 16 Cuesta (14-16) at No. 1 Palomar (33-3-1)
No. 9 Santiago Canyon (26-12) at No. 8 Saddleback (26-12)
No. 13 San Bernardino Valley (26-13) at No. 4 Citrus (30-9)
No. 12 Fullerton (23-16) at No. 5 El Camino (30-10)
No. 14. Rio Hondo (22-17-1) at No. 3 Cypress (32-8)
No. 11 Cerritos (23-17) at No. 6 Canyons (28-10-1)
No. 10 Santa Ana (24-13) at No. 7 Mt. SAC (29-11)
No. 15 San Diego Mesa (17-15) at No. 2 Allan Hancock (33-2-1)
Two more Citrus College Football players are set to move on from the Owls to four-year programs. Sophomore defensive back Tyler Walker (above) has accepted a scholarship offer from NCAA Division II Dixie State, while freshman wide receiver Patrick Smith plans to walk-on at NCAA DI Middle Tennessee.
As a reserve during his freshman campaign in 2012, Walker, a graduate of Los Osos High School, had five total tackles. As a sophomore in 2014, Walker became one of Citrus’ top defenders recording 41 tackles, and recording a pair of interceptions.
With the signing of Walker and the walking-on by Smith, a total of 12 Owls have accepted opportunities to continue their playing careers from the 2014 roster.
San Bernardino Valley College volleyball standout Lashay Cason has signed a letter of intent with NCAA Division II Cal State San Marcos.
Cason, a 5-foot-11 sophomore out of Summit High School, averaged 4.7 kills per set. Her 277 total kills ranked second in the Foothill Conference, with a season high of 28 coming against Rio Hondo.
Cal State San Marcos is coming off a 27-11 campaign that ended with an appearance in the NAIA national championship. The school is in the process of transitioning to Division II and will compete in the CCAA, along with locals Cal Poly Pomona and Cal State San Bernardino.