Cal State Bakersfield softball (6-33, 3-9 Western Athletic) ended its eight-game losing streak with a 10-6 win over Missouri-Kansas City (12-34, 2-10) on Saturday. The Roadrunners avoided being swept for what would have been the third straight WAC series.

LA Mission hit a two-out, three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat Bakersfield College baseball (19-19, 13-5 Western State South), 5-4. Zach Williams hit two solo home runs for the Renegades, but it wasn’t enough.

For the first time since February, Bakersfield College softball found itself on the wrong end of a blowout. The Renegades fell, 9-1, to Mt. San Antonio on the road on Saturday in five innings.

As both teams filed onto the field, Cal State Bakersfield head baseball coach Jeremy Beard approached home plate umpire John Flanagan with a few words.

An overwhelming sense of calm came over Kyle King, he said. But he might have been the only person at Hardt Field feeling that way. Cal State Bakersfield baseball coach Jeremy Beard, for one, was “a little nervous.”

The Bakersfield College women’s swim team stands in third place overall with a score of 372, while the men are in third with 345, heading into Saturday’s championship rounds of the Western State Conference Championships.

Bakersfield College baseball (19-17, 13-3 Western State South) won its sixth game in a row, taking down West LA on the road, 21-8 on Tuesday. The Renegades have outscored their opponents 65-22 in the past four games and won by at least 12 runs in three of those games.

Bakersfield College baseball won in a big way for the second game in a row. The Renegades beat West LA, 17-3, on the road Thursday to follow up an 18-6 win over LA Valley on Tuesday.

Bakersfield College baseball turned in its best offensive performance of the season, beating visiting LA Valley College, 18-6, at Gerry Collis Field on Tuesday. The Renegades jumped out to an early 7-0 lead.

Cal State Bakersfield baseball (10-21) gave up 11 straight runs and lost to Cal Poly (14-17), 11-8, at home on Tuesday. The Roadrunners finally managed to grab an early and big lead, going up 8-0 after four innings, but still lost their eighth game in a row.

Bakersfield College freshman pitcher and Centennial graduate Nathan Ortiz threw eight innings and gave up just two runs to lead BC to a 9-4 win over LA Valley on Saturday. Ortiz struck out six batters in the contest.

Christian Deaton stared into the ground as he slowly walked back from the warning track to his position in the left field grass. The Cal State Bakersfield left fielder had just raced back to make a play on a fly ball, but he was stopped abruptly by the fence that he ran into as the ball kept…

Bakersfield College softball hasn’t allowed a run in six straight games. The latest shutout was an 8-0 five-inning win over Santa Monica at home on Thursday. BC (27-6, 10-1 Western State North) has given up just four runs total in its last 10 games.

Behind a 4-for-4 performance from Kyle Willman that saw the Bakersfield College catcher drive in three runs, BC took down LA Valley, 10-9, at home on Thursday. BC (14-17, 8-3 Western State South) won despite not scoring after the fifth inning.

Cal State Bakersfield softball, which went 3-24 in non-conference play, beat preseason conference favorite Grand Canyon (20-19, 1-2 Western Athletic), 3-2, on Saturday to take the series. It was CSUB’s (5-25, 2-1) first Western Athletic Conference series of the 2018 season.

The Roadrunners beach volleyball team was no match for two high-ranked opponents as CSUB (3-10) fell, 5-0, to No. 5 Long Beach State and No. 6 Cal Poly in the Big West Challenge on Saturday.

Kylee Fahy continued her dominance in the pitching circle and Aryka Chavez hit a first-inning grand slam as the Bakersfield College softball team rolled to a 9-0 Western State Conference-North victory over visiting Oxnard College on Thursday.

Bakersfield College softball pitcher Kylee Fahy picked up her sixth complete-game shutout of the year with an 8-0 BC win over Santa Barbara City College on Tuesday. Fahy struck out 10 batters and gave up just two hits in a game shortened to five innings because of the run rule.

Bakersfield College baseball (14-5) downed College of Sequoias, 8-3, on the road on Tuesday. Freshman pitcher Joey Salinas, from Arvin, earned the win with three scoreless innings in relief.