Sonoma State opened its series with Cal State East Bay Thurs. at the Seawolf Diamond. The Seawolves came out on top 5-3 over the Pioneers and are now 21-18 overall and 19-15 in the CCAA.
The series continues Friday for a doubleheader; first pitch is scheduled for 11 a.m.
Warren and Carolyn Brooner recognized by the-PacWest, Warren named to the All-PacWest Singles Second-Team, the tandem of Brooner and Warren earned All-PacWest Doubles Second-Team honors.
The Seawolves maintained a third-place pace throughout the 2019 CCAA Women's Golf Championship Tournament. Day one the Seawolves ranked third (307; +23), day two they were tied with Chico State for third (307-309—616; +48), in the final round the Seawolves shook the Wildcats to stand alone ranked third (307-309-304—920; +68).