SANTA BARBARA — The College of Antelope Valley baseball crew advanced to the regional championship of the NAIA opening round, dropping to host Westmont 12- on Wednesday.
The Pioneers complete the season 39-13.
UAV was outhit by Westmont 16-7 in the championship activity. The Warriors (45-11) jumped out to an 8- lead in the top rated of the initially inning.
Tyler Pruitt, Noah Blythe and Brayan Gomez all had two hits apiece for the Pioneers.
UAV, the No 4 seed in the regional, highly developed to the championship by reducing No. 2 seed IU Southeast 3-2 in an before video game on Wednesday.
The Pioneers trailed Indiana Southeast (40-15) 2- moving into the major of the sixth inning.
Dominic Enbody scored UAV’s 1st run on an error and Judah Wilbur strike a two-run one to give the Pioneers the lead.
UAV outhit the Grenadiers 5-4, but performed an mistake-totally free match, even though Indiana Southeast dedicated four errors.
Wilbur was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and was the only Pioneer to finish with many hits.
UAV starting up pitcher Shaun Atamanchuk gave up two runs on 4 hits in 5 innings, striking out one particular, although Ryan Isler threw 4 shutout, no-hit innings of aid, supplying up two walks and striking out nine.
The Pioneers went 2-2 at the regional, a person of nine throughout the place, ahead of the Entire world Collection in Lewiston, Idaho, starting up on May perhaps 27.
UAV recovered following getting rid of its opening sport at the regional, 6-, to Westmont on Monday.
Host Westmont, which involves Paraclete grad Bryan Peck, is the lone team to progress and went 3- in the regional.