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Coaching search: Where are the Long Beach State Dirtbags going?

On Friday night against CSUN, the Dirtbags delivered one of their most memorable wins since 2017. LBSU fell behind CSUN early, retook the lead in the fifth inning, lost it again in the top of the ninth inning and then came back to score twice in the bottom of the ninth for a 6-5, walk-off victory. A two-out RBI single from Dominic Campeau brought in Brooks Stotler for the game-winning run and set off a cathartic celebration around Campeau that bounced all the way into left field. -- Long Beach Post

Lefties split opening series

Starter Dwayne Angebrandt of Cal-State Northridge pitched well for the Lefties, allowing three hits and one run in four innings Friday, striking out one. -- Peninsula Daily News

San Diego Padres Daily Farm Report: May 31

Prospect Watch: El Paso went down at home against Tacoma despite the top four hitters in the lineup all likely to be hitting in San Diego at some point soon. … Franchy Cordero started his rehab assignment and singled in five at-bats Friday night. Cordero is wearing a brace on his right elbow at the plate and as Jeff Sanders of the Union-Tribune reported, it might be a permanent fixture. … Jose Pirela also began a rehab assignment and homered in his final at-bat. The utility man is recovering from an oblique strain. … On the mound, Jerry Keel struggled and took the loss. The lefty allowed a pair of homers and coughed up six earned runs. The former Cal-State Northridge hurler had a rough May, as he posted a 7.50 ERA and allowed six homers in 30 innings. … Andres Muñoz recorded four outs — two via strikeout Friday night. Muñoz’s dominance has continued in the PCL where the flame-throwing reliever had racked up eight strikeouts, while allowing just two hits in 5.1 scoreless innings. Overall, Muñoz has struck out 40 batters in 21 innings between Amarillo and El Paso in 2019. -- Mad Friars

Cal track and field turns up the surprise at NCAA West Prelims

Jasher Foster also fell surprisingly short of a spot at Austin. The hurdler was unable to surpass his personal best in the 110-meter hurdles and finished just .02 seconds behind Cal State Northridge’s Bashiru Abdullahi, the 12th and final hurdler to qualify for the NCAA Championships. -- Daily Californian

A Reinvented Metta World Peace Says He’s Finally at Peace With the World

He said a typical day for him tended to center on his four children, two sons and two daughters ranging in age from 15 to 21. One of World Peace’s sons, the 20-year-old Ron Artest III, plays basketball at California State University, Northridge. The other son, Jeron, 18, has committed to play at the University of California, Irvine. -- The New York Times

DeFalco, Wilcox, Knipe top’s men’s All-American team

Second team Patrick Gasman, Jr., MB, Hawai’i Jack Wyett, Sr., OH, USC Ryan Moss, Sr., OH, USC Tyler Mitchem, Soph., MB, Lewis George Huhmann, Jr., Opp., Princeton Angelos Mandilaris, Jr., Opp., Barton Joel Schneidemiller, Soph., OH, UC Irvine Jaylen Jasper, Soph., Opp., Stanford Dimitar Kalchev, Sr., OH, CSUN Pelegrin Vargas, Jr. OH, Purdue Fort Wayne Michael Wexter, Sr., OH, Pepperdine Hayden Wagner, Jr., Opp., George Mason -- Volleyball Magazine