The wind played havoc with the Beavers defense on Thursday as they misplayed four fly balls leading to multiple runs allowed on the day as the Beavers fell 10-1 to top-ranked Delta College in Stockton on Thursday.
The American River College baseball game scheduled for Thursday against Diablo Valley College has been moved up to Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. to try and beat the incoming storm scheduled to arrive on Thursday.
Freshman 2B Dillen Farrell (Antelope, pictured) had the best day of his college career on Friday at Santa Rosa as he hit a two-run homer-the first of his career- and he had an RBI single driving in all three of the A.R.C. runs but the Beavers still fell to the Bear Cubs 4-3.
Despite the heavy rainfall that came down on Friday night and early Saturday morning the American River College baseball team was still able to get there game in Saturday against Sierra College but it did not start- or end well.
Big 8 North Conference Number 1 seed, American River College men’s tennis, beat the Bear Cubs from Santa Rosa Junior College to qualify for the conference championship match against Number 2 seeded Folsom Lake College.
The American River College baseball team walked a season high 13 times on Friday against cross-town rival Sacramento City College but managed only four hits and dropped the final game of the series 7-5 at Beaver Field.
The Beavers took on NCAA DIII powerhouse, the UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs in their 2nd match of the season against NCAA four-year competition. ARC fell just short, but not without some amazing tennis and awesome competition on the UCSC courts.
Cross-town rival Sacramento City College was fresh off a sweep off a three game sweep of Sierra College in which the Panthers scored 33 runs but the American River College pitching staff limited Sac City to just four hits and two unearned runs.