Sports Update Apr. 13

Seawolves Sports Roundup: Women's Tennis Finishes Season Winning 10 of Last 12
April 13, 2015


Seawolves Sweep Holy Names 9-0

The Sonoma State women's tennis team wrapped up the 2015 regular season with a 9-0 victory over Holy Names in Oakland on Sunday morning, matching last year's regular season wins total of 16. The Seawolves are 16-7 after winning 10 of their last 12 matches.

Men's Tennis

Seawolves Lose 6-3 to Holy Names in Regular Season Finale

The Sonoma State men's tennis team fell on the losing end of a 6-3 score on Sunday afternoon in Oakland to No. 41 Holy Names to wrap up the 2015 regular season. The Seawolves will enter the Pacific West Conference Championships on Thursday in Arizona with a 4-13 record while the Hawks improved to 7-10.


Seawolves Hang on to Third Place in CCAA

The Sonoma State softball team remains in third place in the CCAA after splitting a double-header against the Chico State Wildcats at home Saturday. The Seawolves' CCAA standing moved to 18-9, two and a half games behind second place CSU Monterey Bay. There are eight remaining conference games in the regular season. SSU outfielder Keeley Ray set a program best and tied the all-time CCAA record for reaching base in consecutive games (45 games). 


Rotter Finishes Fifth, Sonoma Eighth at NCAA Preview at Foxtail

Seawolf Sarah Rotter carded a 77 in her second round to finish seven-over-par with a score of 152, finishing in a tie for fifth place out of 95 contestants April 7. Cotter Led the Sonoma State women's golf team to an eighth place finish at its own NCAA West Regional Spring Preview at Foxtail Golf Club in Rohnert Park.


Explosive First Half Lifts Seawolves to Victory

The Sonoma State women's water polo team swam out to an impressive 10-2 lead early in the third quarter and held on in the end for an 11-8 victory over rival Cal State East Bay at Rudloff Pool at Sonoma State on Friday. The Seawolves increased their record to 8-17.