On Friday, March 23, professor and the chair of the History Department at California Polytechnic State University, Dr. Andrew Morris gave a lecture about baseball and national identity in Taiwan entitled, “They Told Us We Were Not Japanese and Not Chinese Either: Baseball and National Identity in Taiwan.” The lecture Read More
Entering his nineteenth season with St. Mary’s Baseball and eighteenth as head coach, Lew Jenkins, #25, reached his 300th collegiate baseball win in the College’s first of two games against Albertus Magnus College on March 13, marking the second time Jenkins has achieved 300 wins (the first being at the Read More
With the regular season about halfway over, the St. Mary’s baseball team has had a solid first half and is gearing up for an equally successful second half. With a current record of 12 wins and six losses, and a 5-4 conference record, the Seahawks are pleased with how their Read More
Despite the recent balmy weather, baseball season hasn’t officially started yet, but Seahawks Head Coach Lewis Jenkins thinks the upcoming spring will be a good one. Last year, the team had a winning record with 19 wins and 16 losses; rainouts and schedule changes prevented them from reaching 20 wins, Read More
Senior athletes from various Seahawk sports teams have been looking back at their last year at St. Mary’s as the current season draws to a close. For many, this season’s statistics have been an all-time personal best in their Seahawks College Athletics careers. The men’s baseball team completed their season with a 19-16 overall record, considerably improving their standing from last year. Seniors are proud to have ended their last season with such an achievement.
Though the 2010 baseball season left something to be desired for St. Mary’s fans, the Seahawks seemed to have turned things around. This year, 22 games into the season with at least 12 left to go, St. Mary’s has a winning record with 13 wins and nine losses, and is 6-6 in conference play, a considerable upswing from last year’s final record.
With eleven new recruits, the Seahawks baseball team shows potential to have their first winning season in seven years, according to Head Coach Lewis Jenkins.