College Baseball: UCLA Sweeps Cal

Cal was swept by defending NCAA champs, UCLA (photo / cal baseball foundation)

By Boxer Journal Mar. 17, 2014
Berkeley, CA – The Cal Golden Bears enjoyed no luck of the Irish this weekend when they faced intrastate and PAC-12 rival, UCLA. The Bruins showed why they are defending NCAA champs (pitching) in sweeping Cal in a three-game set.

At Evans Diamond, the visiting Bruins (12-7) yielded a total of just four runs en route to 3-2, 3-1, and 6-1 victories. 

One of the few bright spots for Cal was the hitting of junior Brenden Farney. Farney extended his hit streak to nine games and was 2-4 in Sunday’s finale.

Cal (10-8) will look to get well on Tuesday in a non-conference game at Fresno State (13-7). Ironically the Bears are a perfect 6-0 on the road this season. Freshman right-hander Alex Martinez (0-1, 1.38 ERA) will try to keep the perfect road record intact.  

Editor’s note: Due to their inspiring program story, and in an effort to expand beyond its regional college baseball coverage, Boxer Journal reached out to Cal Baseball for game information and photos throughout 2014