By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- No. 12-ranked Central Michigan handed Cal State Bakersfield a 26-12 loss to conclude the Roadrunners' dual meet wrestling season Sunday.
No. 19-ranked CSUB freshman Bryce Hammond earned his 30th win of the season with an 8-3 win over Anthony Bill at 174 pounds.
CSUB also had wins from Dalton Kelly, who beat Donnie Corby 7-6 at 149 pounds; and a forfeit win by Frankie Hurtado at 197.
CSUB went 8-6 in dual meets. The Roadrunners will next compete at the Pac-12 Championships at Arizona State on March 2. Central Michigan is 14-3.
PALO ALTO -- Cal State Northridge scored at least one run in each of its five innings and downed Cal State Bakersfield 8-0 in the final game of the Stanford Invitational softball tournament.
The game was called after five innings because of the mercy rule.
The Roadrunners (1-7) were held to one hit, a single by Shay Fryer, who singled with one out in the fifth for CSUB's first baserunner. Amy Ricciardi reached on an error and Amber Mills was hit by a pitch to load the bases, but pinch hitter Kara Frankhouser flied out and Sydney Raeber struck out to end the game.
Northridge (4-8) had eight hits off two CSUB pitchers, including a second-inning grand slam by Korinne Randazzo. Shelly Tait tossed the complete-game one-hitter.
CSUB water polo
DAVIS -- No. 20-ranked Cal State Bakersfield split two matches at the Davis Challenge Saturday.
The Roadrunners beat Cal Lutheran 16-10 in the first game. Nicola Barrett had five goals and Janelle Shelby had three goals for CSUB (4-9).
CSUB lost 12-7 to No. 14 UC Davis in the second match. Barrett added three goals and Shannon McKenzie scored twice.