SANTEE, Calif. – Kendra Kuper threw a perfect game and the San Diego Christian College Softball team swept their season openers against the University of Antelope Valley winning 10-2 in Game 1 and 8-0 in Game 2.


Kuper hurled the perfect game in Game 2 retiring all 15 batters in order while striking out two. It is the first perfect game in SDC history.


With the sweep the Hawks start off the season 2-0 for the second time in a row. In their first year as a program last year, they swept Embry Riddle (Ariz.) in the first ever games. UAV falls to 0-2 on the season.


In Game 1 scoring was at a premium early on, as the first runs weren't scored until the fourth inning when Ruby Barroso hit a 2-run homer off SDC starter Josie Tucker.


The Hawks answered in the bottom of the fifth with seven runs to take a 7-2 lead. With the bases loaded and no outs, Morgan Wheeler reached on an error by the shortstop to bring home Hannah Romanski from third. Savanna Baggett then singled to right field and plated Krystal Hoham. Hoham ended the scoring in the inning with a 2 RBI single to right.


A quick top of the sixth led to three more runs in the bottom half of the inning. Baggett started things with a double. Morgan Mcgee brought the eighth run home for the Hawks scoring Jazmine Hamme. Romanski's single brought the last two runners home to end the game courtesy of the run-rule, winning 10-2 in six innings.


SDC pounded 13 hits en route to their 10 runs. Tucker earned the win throwing all six innings. She finished with six hits allowed, two earned runs and five strikeouts.


The Hawks began Game 2 how they left off in Game 1 as Romanski delivered a 2-run homer to left field in the bottom of the first for a 2-0 lead. SDC added another in the bottom of the second via a Tiffany Fox single up the middle scoring Wheeler.


Samantha Campos doubled to left in the third to score two more runners increasing the Hawks lead to 5-0. SDC added two more runs in the bottom of the fourth. The Hawks won on a single from Ariel Rasmusson for the 8-0 victory and give Kuper the perfect game.


Romanski ended the day going 4-for-6 with 3 RBI, three runs, and a homer. Mcgee also went 4-for-6. Hoham knocked in 3 RBI with two hits.


The Hawks will travel to Cal Lutheran on Saturday for a double-header starting at noon. 

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Janis Peterson (SR/San Francisco, CA) of Concordia (Calif.) has been named the NAIA National Division I Women's Basketball Player of the Week, the national office announced Tuesday. This honor, which encompasses performances from Jan. 19 – 25, is the fourth of the 2014-15 season. Peterson was selected out of a pool of conference player of the week selections.

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Santa Barbara, Calif. - The No. 12 Vanguard Lions defeated No. 17 Westmont College 53-50. The tightly contested game will go a far way in determining final GSAC playoff seeding. Maya Kennedy (SO/Huntington Beach, CA) led the Lions with 16 points, three boards and three assists. Samantha Doucette (JR/Irvine, CA) chimes in with 15 points in 40 minutes of game action. 

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Liam Hunt and Tuff Barnes led the rebounding charge coming off the bench (Photo by Liza Rosales)

Fullerton, CA -- After trailing nearly the entire first half and by as many as 12 points, No. 3 Hope International used a 53-point second-half scoring outburst to beat No. 10 Arizona Christian 84-74 on Tuesday night.  Both teams were lead by a player scoring 19 points, junior Garrett Neilan for the Royals and Senior Brandon Newman for the Firestorm.

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Liam Hunt and Tuff Barnes led the rebounding charge coming off the bench (Photo by Liza Rosales)
Player of the Week
Player of the Week
Women's Basketball
Player of the Week
Janis Peterson
Concordia University
Janis Peterson led the No. 9 Eagles as they defeated No. 11 Vanguard 88-83 in overtime in the NAIA Game of the Week. The senior guard scored 32 points as the Eagles won in The Pit for the first time since 2001. She was 12-of-20 (.600) from the field and 7-for-10 at the line. She also added seven rebounds, two assists, two blocks, and two steals. Currently, Peterson leads the GSAC in scoring and is second in the nation at 22.5 points per game. This is her second GSAC Player of the Week honor this season. Peterson was also named NAIA Div. I Women's Basketball Player of the Week.
Player of the Week
Men's Basketball
Player of the Week
Zach Allmon
Vanguard University
Zach Allmon recorded a double-double with 13 points and 15 rebounds as Vanguard upset No. 12 Concordia, 69-57. The sophomore forward shot 6-for-8 (.750) from the field. Allmon had an emphatic dunk over Ty Armstrong to seal the win for Vanguard. Allmon is currently in the top-10 in the GSAC in both offensive, defensive and total rebounding.
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