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SAN DIEGO (10-15-2016) -- Three Palomar all-state selections from last season landed Division I offers and are in school and getting ready for the 2017 season.

First baseman Katie McJunkin (.462, 14 doubles, 1 home run, 32 RBIs) accepted her scholarship to Oregon State University and will be a junior for the Beavers. She joins Kay Kay Fronda, an ex-Comet from the 2015 team, in the Pac-12. Fronda will be a senior returning outfielder for the University of Utah.

Third baseman Iesha Hill (.453, 12 doubles, 10 home runs, 45 RBIs) is at San Diego State where she is expected to be a major contributor for the Aztecs.

And pitcher Summer Evans (34-7 win-loss record,1.51 ERA) accepted a scholarship to Cal State Bakersfield.

Hill, a Carlsbad High School product, was 2015 State Tournament Most Valuable Player as Palomar won its fifth California state title. Evans, from Escondido High School, was the 2015 State Tournament Most Valuable Pitcher.

McJunkin, from Visalia, came to Palomar as a sophomore transfer from Purdue University.

A fourth Comet, second baseman Brooke Huddleson (Mission Hills High School), had NCAA clock issues and accepted a scholarship to Doane University, an NAIA-member school in Crete, Nebraska.

The only other sophomore on Palomar's 2016 roster, Nani Leonui, was accepted into Palomar's R.N. nursing program.



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Palomar's Softball Tradition

STATE CHAMPIONS 1989-1993-2000-2013-2015

California state championships: 5 Wins thru May 18, 2015: 1,291
State championship games: 11 All-Americans: 32
State Finals appearances: 19 Scholarships to 4-year level: 167
Regional championships: 20 NCAA Div. I scholarships: 107
Conference championships: 33

2017 Season ...


Mo Lopez is the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Women's Athlete of the Week for the week that ended Sunday. -- Photo by Hugh Cox

Comets' Lopez is PCAC Athlete of the Week

SAN DIEGO  (3-20-2017) -- Palomar utility player / right-handed pitcher Moriah "Mo" Lopez has been selected as Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Women's Athlete of the Week for all sports.

Lopez, a sohomore from San Jacinto Academy in San Jacinto, had another big week for the defending champion and first-place Comets.

Along the way, Lopez solidified her batting stats (.515 average with 9 doubles, a triple, 5 home runs and a .909 sluggng percentage) and her pitching record (3-0).

She singled to drive in a run and pitched the final 3 innings to record the win in a 13-4, 6-inning mercy-rule victory over Grossmont.

Lopez came back with a key double to help the Comets hold off Imperial Valley's bewst team in history 3-1.

And she was 2-for-4, doubled and drove in 2 runs in a 6-5 non-conference loss to an El Camino College team that is 20-5 on the season.

Lopez is batting .556 in conference, where she also owns an ERA of 0.64.

PC takes tough 6-5 loss vs. El Camino

TORRANCE  (3-18-2017) -- Palomar, trailing since the first inning, battled back to tie its non-conference road softball game vs. El Camino College with 3 runs in the top of the seventh inning Saturday.

But the Warriors came back with one run in the bottom of the seventh to edge the Comets 5-4.

Mo Lopez (left, 2-for-4, double, 2 RBIs), Brie Dunckel (2-for-4) and Madisyn Turman (2-for-3) had multiple hits as Palomar outhit El Camino 8-5.

Bailey Romano, who drove in the Comets' other run, and Samantha Smith also hit safely.

Palomar fell to 13-6. El Camino is 20-5.

DesLauriers 3-hits IVC's best-ever team

SAN MARCOS (3-17-2016) -- Freshman pitcher Crystal DesLauriers (left) returned to form for coach Lacey Craft's Palomar softball team on Friday, just in time to beat Imperial Valley's best team in history.

DesLauriers (8-1) threw a 3-hit, complete-game shutout at the visiting Arabs, allowing a lone unearned run while striking out 12 and walking 2.

Palomar made the most of 7 hits to defeat IVC's ace pitcher Maritza Rojas (8-3). Madisyn Turman (right) drove in 2 of the Comets' 3 runs while going 2-for-3. Taylour Fa'asua also went 2-for-3.

Mo Lopez doubled and Tiare Paopao singled to drive in the other Palomar run. Hazmin Guardado was 2-for-3 for Imperial Valley.

The Comets will play another non-conference rain makeup at El Camino College on Saturday at 2 p.m.

ABOVE: Palomar's Taylour Fa'asua makes a diving catch in left field for the final out of the game in the bottom of the sixth inning on Wednesday at Grossmont. Palomar won the run-rule game 13-4. -- Photo by Hugh Cox. BELOW: Tiare Paopao, who homered, doubled, singled and drove in four runs for the PCAC-leading Comets

Paopao ignites Comets early in run-rule win

EL CAJON (3-15-2017) -- Tiare Paopao slugged a 2-run home run to spark a 4-run first inning and 2-run double go ignite a 7-run second inning jump-started visiting Palomar to a 13-4 six-inning run-rule rout of Grossmont on Wednesday in a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference softball game 5-0.

The Comets moved to 12-5 on the season and 5-0 in conference. Grossmont (4-1) and Southwestern (5-1), who are battling for second place, now each have a conference loss, in both cases administered courtesy of Palomar by the mercy rule.

Paopao wound up 3-for-4 with the HR, double, a single, 3 runs scored and 4 RBIs as the Comets banged out 16 hits off 2 Grossmont pitchers.

Bailey Romano (3-for-5, RBI, 2 runs scored), Dionnne Macias (3-for-4, 3 RBIs, 1 run), Taylor Willis (2-for-4, double, RBI, 2 runs scored) and Brie Dunckel (2-for-4, RBI, 2 runs scored) also had multiple hits for Palomar.

Mo Lopez and Lexi Williams each singled and drove in a run, and Samantha Smith also singled.

Crystal DesLauriers and Lopez each pitched 3 innings in the win.

Fa'asua's HR highlights 11-2 mercy win

SAN MARCOS (3-10-2017) -- Taylour Fa'asua (left)  slugged a 2-run home run in the bottom of the fourth inning as Palomar ran its Pacific Coast Athletic Conference softball record to 4-0 with an 11-2 mercy-rule victory over COD in 5 innings.

Trailing 2-0 after 2 1/2 innings, the Comes strluck for 6 runs in the bottom of the third and 5 more in the bottom of the fourth.

Fa'asua went 2-for-3 with 3 RBIs and 2 runs scored and Samantha Smith was 2-for-2 with a double and 2 runs scored to pace a 10-hit attack for the Comets (11-4 overall after their 10 straight win.

Mo Lopez (right), the pitching winner with a 5-run, complete-game 2-hitter with 0 earned runs, helped her own cause with a double and 2 RBIs.

Brie Sunckel, Lexi Silliams and Dionne Macias each contributed a single and an RBI. Taylor Willis and Tiare Paopao also singled.

Palomar will be home to El Camino College in a non-conference rain makeup on Saturday at noon.

Tiare Paopao slugs her sixth home run of the season on Wednesday, a 3-run poke in the third inning, highlighting a 4-run rally that put Palomar, who had fallen behind 1-0, in front of Southwestern on the road. The shot started the visiting Comets on the way to a10-1 run-rule victory. -- Photo by Russell Scoffin, Southwestern College

Paopao's 6th HR ignites 'showdown' rout

CHULA VISTA (3-08-2017) -- Southwestern, with a big victory over defending CCCAA state champion Santiago Canyon under its belt, felt it had every reason to believe this would be the Jaguars' year in Pacific Coast Athletic Conference softball.

But not if perennial conference champion Palomar had anything to say about it. And the Comets delivered a message, loud and clear, by pounding the Jaguars 10-1 in a 6-inning mercy rule game on Tuesday at Southwestern in the first of 3 conference meetings between the two team.

The Comets ran their win streak to 9 games and advanced to 10-4 on the season, 3-0 in conference. The Jaguars are 9-5, 2-1.

Tiare Paopao drove in 4 runs, including a 3-run home run in the top of the third inning, to highlight a 4-run rally that got Palomar untracked, and coach Lacey Craft's Comets put up a 6-spot in the top of the sixth to set up the run-rule situation.

Brie Dunckel (2-for-4 with a triple and an RBI) and Taylor Willis (2-for-3 with a double) had multiple-hit games as the Comets banged out 11 hits off 3 Southwestern pitchers. Lexi Williams doubled and drove in 3 runs, while Bailey Romano and Mo Lopez each singled and drove in a run. Crystal DesLauriers and Madisyn Turman each added a single.

DesLauriers pitched a complete-game 3-hitter for Palomar, striking out 7 batters in 6 innings.

Palomar will host College of the Desert on Friday at 3 p.m. in another PCAC game, then will be home to El Camino College on Saturday at noon in a non-conference rain make-up game.

Comets rip Saddleback 16-1 for 8th in row

MISSION VIEJO (3-06-2017) -- Palomar ran its softball win streak to eight games on Monday, rolling up Saddleback 16-1 in a non-conference game on the road.

Bailey Romano (3-for-3, 2 doubles, 4 RBIs, 3 runs scored) and Mo Lopez (2-for-4, home run, 4 RBIs, 3 runs scored paced a 17-hit attack for the Comets (9-4), who will play a crucial Pacific Coast Athletic Conference game at Southwestern on Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Brie Dunckel (2-for-4, double, 1 RBI, 3 runs scored), Taylour Fa'asua (2-for-4, double, 2 RBIs, 1 run scored), Tiare Paopao (2-for-3, 1 RBI, 1 run scored), Crystal DesLauriers (2-for-3, 1 run scored) and Madisyn Turman (2-for-2, 1 RBI, 1 run scored) also had multiple hits.

Marisa Herrera and Taylor Willis also hit safely.

DesLauriers pitched shutout, 1-hit ball for the first 3 innings in the run-rule game to earn the win. Samantha Smith worked the final 2 innings.

PC avenges early loss, runs win streak to 7

NORWALK (3-04-2017) -- Palomar waited more than a month, since Jan. 27, to evenge a season-opening loss at the hands of Cerritos, a goal coach Lacey Craft's Comets achieved on Saturday with a 6-5 victory at Nancy Kelly Field.

Taylor Willis (left) homered and Brea Dunckel, Taylour Fa'asua and Lexi Williams knocked out 2 hits apiece as the Comets got to 2 Cerritos pitchers for 10 hits. Dunckel, Mo Lopez and Tiare Paopao doubled while Fa'asua drove in 2 runs and Crystal DesLauriers and Williams each added an RBI.

DesLauriers pitched 3-hit ball over the first 5 1/3 innings, striking out 5, to record the win. Samantha Smith allowed 1 hit over 1 2/3 innings to notch a save.

Palomar (8-4), trailing 12-1, tied the game with a run in the top of the fourth, then took the lead for good with 3 runs in the top of the fifth. The Comets have won 7 games in a row.

Paopao's HR ignites PC's 11-3 win

SAN MARCOS (3-03-2017) -- Tiare Paopao slugged another home run n the first inning on Friday, a 3-run shot over the leftfield fence that ignited Palomar's 11-3 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference softball victory over visiting San Diego City College.

The Comets wound took a 4-0 lead in the inning and Paopao went 2-for-the game with 3 RBIs. With the Comets up 10-3, a run short of a run-rule game, she also singled to lead off the bottom of the sixth, eventually scoring on Samantha Smith's single to center and turning the final into a mercy-rule victory.

Brie Dunckel went 3-for-3 with a double, 3 stolen bases and 3 runs scored for the Comets (7-4, 2-0 in conference). Mo Lopez went 3-for 3-with a double and an RBI. Madisyn Turmen was 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs and 2 runs scored.

Taylour Fa'asua, Taylor Willis and Hannah McDonald singled to round out a 15-hit attack.

Lopez pitched the first 3 innings and Crystal DesLauriers worked the last 3 innings to record the win.

4-hit shutout for DesLauriers to begin PCAC

SAN BERNARDINO (3-01-2017) -- Crystal DesLauriers pitched a complete-game, 7-inning, 4-hit shutout on Wednesday, striking out 7 batters, as Palomar opened its Pacific Coast Athletic Conference softball season with a 12-0 victory over San Bernardino Valley.

Mo Lopez (3-for-4, walk, RBI, Tiare Paopao (2-for-5, home run, 2 RBIs), Taylour Fa'asua (3-for-4), Dionne Macias (2-for-3, triple, RBI), Bailey Romano (2-for-3, double, 3 RBIs), and Taylor Willis (2-for-4) all had multiple hits to pace a 15-hit attack for the Comets (6-4, 1-0). Samantha Smith singled to drive in a run.

Second baseman Brie Dunckel turns a double play in the fourth inning of Friday's first game to retire the side. -- Photo by Hugh Cox. Below: Crystal DesLauriers

DesLauriers' 5-inning no-hitter gives PC sweep

SAN MARCOS (2-24-2017) -- Crystal DesLauriers pitched a five-inning no-hitter in the second game to give Palomar a sweep of its non-conference softball doubleheader with visiting Antelope Valley on Friday.

The Comets held on to win the opener 10-8 by finally cutting off a 4-run rally by the Marauders in the top of the seventh inning. Taylour Fa'asua (2-for-4, home run, 3 RBIs), Mo Lopez (2-for-4, double, 2 RBIs), Madisyn Turman (2-for-4, 2 RBIs), Tiare Paopao (2-for-4, double, RBI) and Bailey Romano (2-for-4, RBI) led a 12-hit attack. Lopez picked up the pitching win, while DesLauriers threw the final one-third of an inning and recorded a save.

In game 2, DesLauriers was in control for the full 5 innings. She struck out 7 and walked 2. Lexi Williams went 3-for-3 and drove in a run for the Comets, while Taylour Fa'asua was 2-for-3, homered and drove in 3 runs. Lopez went 2-for-3 and had 4 RBIs.

With its third and fourth wins in a row, Palomar upped its record to 5-4.

Comets bury Gauchos with 22-hit attack

SAN MARCOS (2-17-2017) -- Palomar's softball team got in its game with Saddleback on Saturday before the rains hit, to the detriment of the visiting Gauchos.

The Comets pounded out 22 hits, led by Mo Lopez (left), Tiare Paopao (right), Brie Dunckel, Taylour Fa'asua, Madisyn Turman and Bailey Romano with three apiece, in a game in which Saddleback led 3-0 in the middle of the third inning.

Lopez homered twice, tripled and drove in 3 runs. Paopao homered, doubled twice and also drove in three runs. Dunckel tripled, and Taylor Willis (2-for-5) doubled and had 2 RBIs.

Samantha Smith put the icing on the cake for Palomar, throwing one-hit, scoreless ball over the final 2 1/3 to record her first save in relief of Lopez, the winner who was making her first appearance of the season.

The other multiple hitter  for coach Lacey Craft was Dionne Macias with two. Lexi Williams had two RBIs.

Comets return to victory column, 9-8

SAN MARCOS (2-09-2017) -- After a pair of late-inning one-run losses on the road to Citrus on Saturday, the Palomar softball team returned to the win column on Thursday with a 9-8 victory over visiting Santa Ana.

Mo Lopez slugged a two-run home run and Crystal Deslauriers contributed a tape-measure solo homer for coach Lacey Craft's club.

Bailey Romano went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI, Tiere Paopao went 2-for-2 with a double and Lexi Williams was 2-for-3 with an RBI.

Brie Dunckel singled, had a sacrifice fly and drove in two runs, while Taylor Willis also singled, rounding out a 10-hit attack.

Samantha Smith picked up the pitching win, allowing two earned runs over the first five innings.

The Comets took an early 3-0 lead, and although the Dons got as close as one run, they could never catch up.

Owls tag PC with 2 heartbreak losses

GLENDORA (2-03-2017) -- It was a long afternoon and early evening for the Palomar softball team, which dropped two heartbreakers to host Citrus in a non-conference doubleheader on Friday.

The Owls won the first game 13-12 in eight innings and came from behind the take the second game 8-7.

Mo Lopez had a big day for the Comets in defeat, going 5-for-10 in the dougbleheader with a double and 5 RBIs.

In the first game, leadoff hitter Brie Dunckel went 3-for-6 for Palomar with a triple and a double. Lexie Williams went 3-for-6 with a double and 2 RBIs. And Lopez was 2-for-6 and drove in 2 runs as the Comets banged out 16 hits.

Tiere Paopao slugged her second home run of the season, a 3-run shot in the top of the fifth inning. Taylour Fa'asua hit a 2-run homer and Crystal DesLauriers added a solo HR.

In the second game, Lopez went 3-for-4 with a double and 3 RBIs. DesLauriers tripled and Taylour Fa'asua doubled.

Comets back in business with 7-1 win

FULLERTON (2-01-2017) -- After two uncharacteristic disappointing performances to begin the softball season, coach Lacey Craft's Palomar softball squad lit up Fullerton 7-1 in its first road game as the Comets abruptly returned to familiar form.

Tiare Paopao slugged her first home run of the season in the top of the fourth inning to give Palomar a 1-0 lead and the Comets never looked back as they pounded out 13 hits to give Crystal DesLauriers (1-1) her first pitching win. Paopao wound up going 2-for-4.

DesLaurriers helped her own cause by going 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Mo Lopez went 2-for-3 with two doubles and an RBI. Tayler Moore was 2-for-3 and drove in two runs. Brie Dunckel, Dionne Macias and Samantha Smith also hit safely twice.

Mo Lopez rounds second base after slugging a solo home run in the third inning on Friday. -- Photo by Hugh Cox

Bad 1st inning fatal as PC drops opener

SAN MARCOS (1-27-2017) -- Palomar ran into wildness problems by its starting pitcher, fell behind by eight runs in the first inning, then battled back but fell short as visiting Cerritos ruined the Comets' softball opener 13-9 on Friday.

Mo Lopez (3-for-4, home run), Dionne Macias (3-for-3, double, walk, 2 RBIs), Samantha Smith (2-for-3, hit by pitch) and Trinity Fa'asua (four shutout innings in relief) turned in strong performances in the loss.

Brienna Dunckel, who helped lead Palomar to its 33rd conference championship last season, will be a cog in the Comets' attempt to win its third state championship in the last five years and its sixth state title overall. Here she's shown stealing a base against Mt. San Jacinto in a 2016 game. Dunckel was last season's Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year -- Photo by Hugh Cox

Comets seek 3rd state title in 5 years

SAN MARCOS (1-26-2017) -- Palomar will begin its drive for a third state community college championship in the last five seasons when the Comets open their 2016 season at 2:30 p.m. Friday at home vs. Cerritos.

The Comet have captured the state title every odd year beginning with the 2013 season. Palomar won the championship in 2013, Sierra in 2014, the Comets in 2015 and Santiago Canyon won last season.

Coach Lacey Craft's squad also will be seeking the college's sixth state championship during the 2017 season.

The Comets return 10 players from the 2016 that brought Palomar a 33rd conference championship by capturing the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference title. Returning from that team are: 2016 PCAC Player of the Year Brienna Dunckel, Taylor Willis, Bailey Romano, Tayler Moore, Moriah Lopez, Taylour Fa'asua, Trinity Fa'asua, Britney Huerta, Marisa Herrera and Hannah MacDonald.

Palomar also will be at home on Saturday, vs. Mt. SAC at noon.

2017 Softball Schedule, Results

Fri Jan 27 Cerritos Palomar Lost 9-13 0-1 -----
Sat Jan 28 Mt. SAC Palomar Lost 0-12 0-2 -----
Web Feb 1 at Fullerton Fullerton WON 7-1 1-2 -----
Fri Feb 3


Glendora Lost 12-13 (8 innings) 1-3 -----


Glendora Lost 7-8 1-4 -----
Tue Feb 7 Santa Ana Palomar WON 9-8 2-4 -----
Fri Feb 17 Saddleback Palomar WON 13-7 3-4 -----
Wed Feb 22 at El Camino Torrance Ppd. (wet field) ----- -----
Fri Feb 24 Antelope Valley Palomar WON 10-8 4-4 -----
  Antelope Valley Palomar WON 11-0 5-4 -----
Wed Mar 1 at San Bernardino Valley (PCAC game) San Bernardino WON 12-0  6-4 1-0
Fri Mar 3 San Diego City College (PCAC) Palomar WON 11-3 7-4 2-0
Sat Mar 4 at Cerritos Norwalk WON 6-5 8-4 -----
Mon Mar 6 at Saddleback Mission Viejo WON 16-1 9-4 -----
Wed Mar 8 at Southwestern (PCAC) Chula Vista WON 10-1 10-4 3-0
Fri Mar 10 COD (PCAC) Palomar WON 11-2 11-4 4-0
Sat Mar 11 El Camino Palomar Lost 6-13 11-5 -----
Wed Mar 15 at Grossmont (PCAC) El Cajon WON 13-4 12-5 5-0
Fri Mar 17 Imperial Valley (PCAC) Palomar WON 3-1 13-5 6-0
Sat Mar 18 El Camino Torrance Lost 5-6 13-6 -----
Wed Mar 22 at San Diego Mesa (PCAC) San Diego Ppd. to March 30 ----- -----
Fri Mar 24 Mt. San Jacinto (PCAC) Palomar 3 p.m. ----- ------
Tue Mar 28 at Orange Coast Costa Mesa Noon ----- -----
Thu Mar 30 at San Diego Mesa (PCAC) San Diego 3 p.m. ----- -----
Fri Mar 31 San Bernardino Valley (PCAC) Palomar 3 p.m. ----- -----
Sat Apr 1 at Mt. SAC Walnut 2 p.m. ---- -----
  vs. Santiago Canyon Walnut 4 p.m. ----- -----
Wed Apr 5 San Diego CC (PCAC) San Diego 3 p.m. ----- -----
Fri Apr 7 Southwestern (PCAC) Palomar 3 p.m. ----- -----
Sat Apr 8 Cypress   Palomar Noon ----- -----
  Cypress   Palomar to follow ----- -----
Tue Apr 11 at Riverside CC Riverside 3 p.m. ----- -----
Wed Apr 12 at COD (PCAC) Palm Desert 3 p.m. ----- -----
Fri Apr 14 Grossmont (PCAC) Palomar 3 p.m. ----- -----
Wed Apr 19 at Imperial Valley (PCAC) Imperial 1 p.m. ----- -----
Fri Apr 21 San Diego Mesa (PCAC) Palomar 3 p.m. ----- -----
Sat Apr 22 College of the Canyons Palomar 1 p.m. ----- -----
College of the Canyons Palomar to follow ----- -----
Tue Apr 25 at Mt. San Jacinto (PCAC) Menifee 3 p.m. ----- -----

2017 Roster

No Name Pos Yr High School (City) / Previous College
1 Britney Huerta INF So Rancho Buena Vista (Vista, CA)
3 Brienna Dunckel UTIL So Valley Center (Valley Center, CA) / Arizona Western CC
4 Taylor Willis OF So Murrieta Mesa (Murrieta, CA)
6 Marissa Herrera OF So Mission Hills (San Marcos, CA)
7 Bailey Romano C/2B So La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad, CA)
9 Lexi Williams INF Fr Mission Hills (San Marcos, CA)
11 Tayler Moore C/UT So Chaparral (Temecula, CA)
19 Brooke Hanavan OF Fr Poway (Poway, CA)
21 Madisyn Turman 1B/OF So Clovis North (Clovis, CA) / Cal St. San Marcos
22 Sara Rodriguez UTIL So Vista (Vista, CA)
23 Samantha Smith 3B Fr La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad, CA)
24 Hannah MacDonald C So La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad, CA)
25 Dionne Macias 3B/2B Fr Carlsbad (Carlsbad, CA)
29 Moriah Lopez 1B/UTIL So San Jacinto Valley Academy (San Jacinto, CA)
33 Tiare Paopao UTIL Fr Oceanside (Oceanside, CA)
34 Taylour Fa'asua UTIL So Oceanside (Oceanside, CA)
36 Trinity Fa'asua P/1B So Oceanside (Oceanside, CA)
38 Crystal DesLauriers P/UTIL Fr Mission Hills (San Marcos, CA)
(RS) Briana Moreno OF So Escondido (Escondido, CA)

Head Coach: Lacey Craft (7th year as head coach)
Assistant Coach: Mark Eldridge
Assistant Coach: Marissa Valdez
Assistant Coach: Kristen Tenwolde

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