SALADINO GOES 3-FOR-4 WITH
2-RUN HR, 3 RBI'S AS SOX ROLL 9-3
CHICAGO (8-27-2016) --
Palomar's Tyler Saladino had another big day for the
Chicago White Sox on Saturday as he went 3-for-4
with a home run and drove in three runs in a 9-3 win
over the Seattle Mariners.
Saladino's homer, a two-run shot, came
in the bottom of the seventh inning. The regular starting second
baseman for the Sox also had a series of big plays defensively.
COMETS OPEN MEN'S SOCCER
SEASON WITH 0-0 TIE VS. MOORPARK
MOORPARK (8/26/2016) --
Palomar's men's soccer team kicked off its 2016
season Friday by battling to a 0-0 non-conference
tie at Moorpark.
"We had a good performance for the
first game," coach Dave Whiddon said. "I'm pleased with the
Goalkeeper Chuy Resendiz recorded eight
saves and the shutout with what Whiddon described as "the top
performance of the day."
Whiddon also singled out strong play by
midfielder Chris Kusunoki and forward Josh Clay.
VINCENT GETS WIN VS. YANKS
WITH ANOTHER SCORELESS INNING IN RELIEF
SEATTLE (8/22/2016) --
Former Comet Nick Vincent pitched his second
scoreless, hitless relief inning in two days on
Monday night to pick up the win in relief as the
Seattle Mariners downed the New York Yankees 7-5.
Vincent struck out one and walked none
in advancing to 3-3 on the season with a 3.92 ERA, compared to
his career Major League ERA of 2.92 over five seasons.
On the season, Vincent has struck out
51 and walked 10 over 43 2/3 innings. For his career, he's
struck out 212 and walked 49 in 194 1/3 innings.
He also pitched a scoreless, hitless
inning in relief with a strkeout and zero walks vs. the
Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday.
SALADINO, VINCENT AND HOYT
KEEP GETTING THE JOB DONE
MIAMI, Florida / 2 OTHER
CITIES (8/14/2016) -- Palomar's
three current Major League players, Tyler Saladino,
Nick Vincent and James Hoyt, continue to perform at
On Friday, Saladino doubled in a run
and singled off Andrew Cashner as the White Sox won 5-2.
On Saturday, his two-out double in the
top of the second inning drove in two runs, giving Chicago a 4-0
lead in a game the White Sox eventually won 8-7. He also
contributed a sacrifice bunt in the game.
The Marlins won game 3 on Sunday, but
Saladino went 2-for-5 with a stolen base.
Saladino played second base and batted
second for the Sox in all three games.
On Sunday, ex-Comets Nick Vincent of
the Seattle Mariners and James Hoyt of the Astros each had
scoreless relief appearances.
Vincent notched his fourth straight
scoreless appearance since coming off the disabled list as the
Mariners won on the road over Oakland.
Vincent lowered his season ERA to 3.15.
In Toronto, ex-Comet James Hoyt lowered
his ERA to 2.70 since being called up from Triple-A with a
scoreless appearance against the Blue Jays.
VIDEO: Saladino's 2-run double Saturday
VIDEO: Saladino's over the shoulder basket catch
PALOMAR'S STARK, FLORES &
PROCHNOW LAND V'BALL SCHOLARSHIPS
SAN MARCOS (6-14-2016) -
Three sophomores from coach Karl Seiler's 2015
Palomar women's indoor volleyball team have landed
scholarships to NCAA Division II colleges.
Madi Stark, an outside hitter/opposite
who was a two-time first-team All-Pacific Coast Athletic
Conference selection, is transferring to Holy Names University
Bethany Prochnow, a middle blocker who
won second-team All-PCAC honors last fall, received her
scholarship to Coker University in Hartsville, South Carolina.
And Vanessa Flores, a defensive
specialist who was an All-PCAC honorable mention selection, also
is transferring to Holy Names.
Four members of the 2015 Palomar indoor
team have now moved on the the Division I or Division II levels
Kelli Iverson, an outside hitter from
Christian Life Academy in Escondido and a two-time All-PCAC
selection, accepted a scholarship to Division I Grand
Canyon University at the semester in January. Iverson played
beach volleyball for the the Antelopes in the spring and will
play two seasons of indoor volleyball beginning this fall.
Stark and Prochnow are both
Elsinore High School products. Flores prepped at
Whittier High School.