Dirtbags veterans Jacob Hughey and Calvin Estrada feel the social effects of the response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Although the Beach’s unconventional end to the season was not on their own terms, the program remains motivated to make a strong return.
As the lowest-seeded team in the bracket, the Beach will look to pull off a historic upset Thursday to keep its season alive.
Dirtbags freshman RHPs Luis Ramirez and Devereaux Harrison are dealing for one of the nation’s leading ERA’s.
Long Beach’s State’s flyin’ Hawaiian Ethan Siegfried has been a force on the service line this season.
The Dirtbags offense performed beneath its expectations all weekend, as an 11th inning home run gave the Musketeers the win despite an incredible performance on the mound from Dirtbags RHP Luis Ramirez during game three.
Down by one with 2:56 left, the Beach fell behind on a 8-3 Titan run as the final regular-season buzzer sounded.
The Long Beach State offense managed just three hits while the defense committed three errors, but the Dirtbags found a way to win for the second consecutive night
Dirtbags LHP Adam Seminaris struck out a career-high 14 batters, but it would take an eighth inning offensive rally for Long Beach to defeat the Musketeers Friday at Blair Field.
The Beach found their rhythm after slow starts in each set, winning 3-0 against the Lions Friday at the Walter Pyramid.