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Megan Tooley, a 5’ 8” freshman from Buena H.S. has been accepted to Colorado State—Pueblo (D2). Tooley batted .299 with 26 hits and was the starting catcher for the Condors, who finished third in the WSC Gold Division. Kassandra Velasquez, a 5’5” sophomore from Oxnard H.S. has been accepted to San Francisco State(D2), and was invited to try out for the team in September.

Jesica Alcala is deciding between San Francisco State and UC Davis (D1). Alcala finished eighth in the WSC Gold in batting (.407), and was chosen to represent the Condors at the annual Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame as Female Athlete of the Year.

 

Softball Takes Tough Loss

April 15—Ventura

The Lady Condor softball squad was looking to improve their playoff chances.  They were turned away by the Ventura Pirates, 11-2 (5 innings).  Michelle Getman (8-5) took the loss during her toughest outing of the season.

“Today wasn’t her day,” commented Assistant Coach Todd Prieto.  “The ladies pressed a little today, and we didn’t get it done.” Since being swept by Ventura on March 23, Oxnard (20-14, 11-7) had won seven of its last eight games to soar into third place and the Condors were on the verge of forcing themselves into the playoff picture.

But the Condors were 0 for 6 with runners in scoring position before Anyssa Riley(above)drove in Oxnard’s lone runs with a double with two outs in the top of the fifth inning.

“We were in control of our destiny,” said Oxnard coach Paul Garziano. “But Ventura came out and played well. They beat us.” But Garziano was proud of his team, which nearly doubled its win total from a year ago, when it finished in the WSC Gold basement. “We made sure to tell the girls how proud we are,” said Garziano. (VC Star)

OC Softball Sweeps Cuesta

April 13—San Luis Obispo

Michelle Getman (pic top left) pitched a two-hit shutout in the 5-0 win and Priscilla Garcia (pic top right)went 3 for 4, scored three runs and pitched the final two innings to pick up her fourth save in the 6-4 win as Oxnard swept Cuesta for the first time in San Luis Obispo.

Jessica Alcala (pic bottom left) was 2 for 4 with a triple in the first game and Brystal Hood (pic bottom right) was 2 for 4 with a solo homer in the second game as the Condors (21-13, 11-6) moved past Cuesta (16-20-1, 9-6) into third place.

Ventura (25-11, 12-3) hosts Oxnard Thursday and Moorpark in Tuesday's season-ending doubleheader.(VC STAR) 

Lady Condors 8-Run Rule Hancock

April 8—Oxnard

The Oxnard College women’s softball team kept their post-season hopes alive with a decisive 9-1 win against the Hancock Bulldogs.  Michelle Getman (left) pitched 6 innings for the win, allowing 1 unearned run, on 1 hit and only gave up 1 walk.

Oxnard had another fine defensive effort, allowing only 1 error, which accounted for the Bulldog’s only run.  Offensively, the condors had 6 hits, two by Jessie Shaw (right).  They remained patient at the plate and tallied 10 walks, and 4 hit batters.

“The ladies are looking forward to next weeks’ huge double-header against Cuesta College” said Todd Prieto, assistant coach.  The game has huge implications for the Condors as they move to 18-13 and 9-6 in the tough WSC.

Lady Condors Double-Up Pierce

April 6—Oxnard

The Oxnard Condor softball team took two important games from the Pierce Brahmas, 5-2 and 6-0.  Prescilla Garcia (left) was the winning pitcher in game one, giving up only one hit and striking out 5 batters.  All the Condors runs came across in the 4th inning. 

In Game two, Jessica Shaw combined with Michelle Getman, to hold Pierce to only two runs on the day.  The Condors got 2 runs in the first, 3 runs in the second, and 1 in the fourth to cruise to victory.  Assistant Coach Todd Prieto said “the team gave a good defensive effort in both games.”

This effort moves the Condors to 17-13 and 8-6 in WSC play. 

Lady Condors Stun Santa Barbara

April 1--Santa Barbara

Trailing 9-2 after four innings, Brystal Hood (left) spurred a nine-run fifth inning with a two-run home run as the Oxnard College (15-3, 6-6) softball team came from behind to beat host Santa Barbara City College, 13-9, Thursday afternoon.

Priscilla Garcia (3-2) earned the win with six strong innings after starter Michelle Getman left with a leg injury.

Lindsey Herrera was 4 for 5 for Oxnard, which leapfrogged the Vaqueros (17-12, 5-6) into fourth place in the Western State Conference's Gold Division. (VC Star)

Lady Condors Fall to VC

March 23—Oxnard

The Oxnard College women’s softball team was one strike away from beating Ventura College on Tuesday.  The Condors lead 1-0 into the top of the seventh, with two strikes and two outs.  Michelle Getman (left)was cruising, on her way to eight wins on the season, when disaster struck.  She left a pitch out over the plate to Alina Flowers, who drove a ball off Brystal Hood’s glove for a triple.  Another hit and an error later, the Condors found themselves down 3-1.  That score stood despite a couple of late hits by Oxnard.  “Michelle pitched and outstanding game for us” said Assistant Coach Todd Prieto.  “She made one mistake, even though she threw 66 strikes and only 14 balls.”

Janelle Garcia (single and RBI), Brystal Hood, Priscilla Garcia, Kandice Amaro, and Megan Weitzman all had hits for the Condors, who fell to 13-12 and 4-5 in WSC play.

In game two, the Condors suffered a big letdown from their hard-luck defeat earlier in the day.  Michelle Getman and Priscilla Garcia held Ventura to 4 runs and 10 hits, but the offense failed to score (4-0).

Jessie Alcala and Megan Weitzman led the Condors with two hits. Brystal Hood and Lindsay Herrera added hits of their own, but the Condors couldn’t string enough together to push across any runs.

The Condors are back in action, March 30th against Moorpark College at the Condors Nest.  First pitch of the double-header is at 1 pm.

Oxnard Ladies Split Pair With Hancock

March 16—Santa Maria

sftmegantooleyThe Oxnard College ladies softball team beat the Hancock Bulldogs 5-4 in the first game of a double-header played in Santa Maria on Tuesday.  Megan Tooley (left) went 3 for 3 with 1 RBI, and a triple.  Kandice Amaro, Jessica Shaw, and Megan Weitzman all added 2 hits, and an RBI each, to lead the Condor offense.  Michelle Getman pitched well to earn her seventh win on the season, to go with only one loss.

In the second game, the Lady Condors pounded out 18 hits, and scored 9 runs, but fell short.  “We just made too many mistakes on the afternoon” said assistant coach Todd Prieto.  Kandice Amaro went 2 for 4, with an HR, and 4 RBI’s.  Jessica Alcala and Brystal Hood had 3 hits each, while Prescilla Garcia, Megan Tooley,  and Janelle Garcia all collected 2 hits of their own.

The Lady Condors are 13-9 overall, and 4-2 in the WSC.

Condor Ladies Shutout LA Pierce

March 11—Woodland Hills

After splitting a double-header with Santa Barbara on Tuesday, the Lady Condors took their game on the road.  Another great outing by Michelle Getman, and three hits and steals by Brystal Hood, helped Oxnard take down the Brahmas 6-0.  Priscilla Garcia pounded an HR, Megan Tooley, Jessica Shaw, and Janelle Garcia had two hits, adding to the all-around solid performance.

The Condors are 3-1 in WSC play, and 12-8 overall.  You can watch them live on March 18th against Cuesta, at 2:30.  Also, check out taped and streaming games at:  http://www.ustream.tv/channel/oxnard-sports

Lady Condors Win First WSC Game

March 4—Moorpark

The Oxnard College women’s softball team beat the Moorpark Raiders 9-4 on Thursday.  Priscilla Garcia (left) went 3 for 4 with a 2-run homer in the seventh inning and 4 RBI’s.  Kandice Amaro also went 3 for 4, with a triple and 3 RBI’s.  Michelle Getman (5-0) pitched five strong innings, allowing three earned runs, for her fifth win on the season. 

The Condors travel to Golden West tomorrow for a tournament over the weekend.

Click Here forOxnard College Women’s Softball Statistics (COA Sports)

Condor Softball Wins Double-Header

February 25—Oxnard

The Oxnard College women’s softball team beat visiting Glendale CC 4-1, and 7-1, in a non-conference double-header at the Condor Sports Complex.  Michelle Getman pitched a complete game for the victory in the first game.  Prescilla Garcia singled and doubled while Janelle Garcia (left) had two hits, a stolen base and scored a run to lead the Condors.  Brystal Hood had two stolen bases and scored twice, to increase the lead in the fifth inning.

Prescilla Garcia earned the win in the second game, and helped her own cause by hitting two base hits, and scoring twice.  Jesse Alcala ripped a triple and two singles to lead the Condors to a 7-1 victory.  Oxnard went ahead 6-0 after two innings, and never looked back.  The ladies are back in action against Moorpark College next Thursday at 2:30.

Lady Condors Let One Get Away

February 23—Bakersfield

The Oxnard women’s softball squad travelled to Bakersfield, and had a 7-5 lead in the 7th inning.  They made crucial error to allow the final runs in, and lost to the Renegades 8-7.  Michelle Geman was the hard-luck loser, giving up only 2 earned runs over 6 innings.  The Condor offense was led by Anyessa Riley--pic (2 hits and 3 RBI’s), Prescilla Garcia (2 hits and 2 RBI’s), and Jessica Shaw (1 hit and 2 RBI’s).  Assistant Coach, Bob Zappia, told the team “the team that makes the least amount of mistakes, wins.  We beat them in number of mistakes today.”  The Condors will host Glendale College on Thursday, for a double-header starting at 1:00.

Lady Condors Shut Out LA Valley

February 18—Oxnard

Michelle Getman (left) pitched a four-hit shutout and had six strikeouts over LA Valley College. Her performance helped the Condors to a 4-0 win over the Monarchs. Brystal Hood led off the game with a single, stole second, then Priscilla Garcia hit a triple, to drive in the first run of the game.  She ended up with two hits and two RBI’s on the day.  Janelle Garcia had two hits for the Condors, with Kassy Velasquez, and Priscilla Garcia adding hits of their own.  The win puts the Condors record to 5-3-1 on the season, with a game scheduled against Rio Hondo on Saturday.

Women’s Softball Pays Back Citrus

February 16—Oxnard

The Lady Condors avenged and early season loss to Citrus, by coming back from a 2-run deficit, to defeat the Owls 5-4.  Michelle Getman pitched a strong game for the win, allowing just two earned runs over seven innings.  Jessica Alcala (left) drove in a run, and made several dazzling plays in the field.  Megan Tooley ripped a double to center field to open the floodgates in a four-run fourth inning.  Anyessa Riley, Megan Weitzman, and Kassandra Velasquez all had RBI’s for the Condors, in a balanced attack.  “We played very well today” remarked Coach Garziano. The win improves Oxnard’s record to 4-3-1.  Oxnard hosts LA Valley this Thursday at 2:30.

 

Women’s Softball Has Tough Time at Orange Coast

February 3—Orange Coast

Game one saw Prescilla Garcia (right) pitching a strong 5 1/3 innings in relief of Michelle Getmen, to hold the Pirates to four runs.  The Condors were only able to muster three of their own, taking a 4-3 defeat.  “It was a game we should have won, but couldn’t get adjusted to their off-speed pitcher” remarked Head Coach Paul Garziano. 

Prescilla Garcia was 2 for 2, with 2 RBI’s, and is now batting .563 on the season, with 8 RBI’s.

Game two was certainly an anomaly, with the final score 13-1, in favor of Orange Coast.  The Lady Condors made nine errors, and couldn’t get anything going offensively.  Michelle Getman pitched 2 and 1/3 innings, giving up 6 hits, but only 1 earned run.  Jessica Shaw came in and allowed only 2 earned runs in nearly 2 innings, but the Condor defense struggled to make plays.

Coach Garziano said “It’s impossible to win any game with nine errors…We will learn and go on to the next game.  This is a good group, and will certainly improve and perform well (going forward).”

This double-header loss puts their record at 2-3-1 on the season.  The Lady Condors travel to Mission College on February 9th, at 2:30 pm.

Women's Softball Starts Strong:

The Lady Condor Softball squad kicked-off their 2010 campaign with wins over San Diego Mesa (6-2) and Fullerton (3-0).  They were leading Chaffey College when the game was called due to time constraints.  One loss to Citrus College (0-8), put the Condor Softball record at 2-1-1 on the new season.