It’s time for the OEC playoffs but Fullerton College played its last baseball game of the regular season at home against Saddleback College on Friday.
Fullerton College’s annual night at Angel Stadium came back swinging for the first time in over two years on Saturday.
Fullerton’s baseball bats were on fire and Joel Martinez the Hornets starting pitcher had a six-inning shutout during a home game against Orange Coast College on Tuesday.
Fullerton College men’s volleyball beat Santa Barbara in the 5th game of their set for a 3-2 on Wednesday at home.
No.1 seed Fullerton College (25-4) loses 84-72 against No.9 seed Citrus College (23-6) in a men’s basketball playoff game at home this Saturday.
Fullerton College men’s basketball, No. 2 in the state, won their eleventh consecutive game beating Santiago Canyon College No. 5 on Wednesday.
Thanks to a six-inning pitching shutout and a responsive offense the baseball team’s recent home game ended with a 7-4 victory.
On sophomore night — a special night where sophomore Hornets were honored — the Fullerton College women’s volleyball team was handed a season-ending loss by Irvine Valley College.
Adrianna Wong and Neida Torres lead dominant Hornets (7-0) to fifth OEC Conference title in the last seven years with four goals each against tournament host Orange Coast.
Fullerton College took down San Bernardino Valley College 81-65 on Thursday night. The game played at Santa Monica College gave The Hornets a first-round win in the O’Fallon and Singui Classic Tournament.