January 26 Santiago Canyon (away)
RAINED OUT Rescheduled
March 25 3:30 pm 1-19 L
January 30 Orange Coast (away) 13-4 W
January 31 El Camino (away) 14-2 W
February 6 LA Harbor (home) 5-2 L
February 7 East LA (home) 3-2 W
February 8 Pasadena (home)
RAINED OUT Rescheduled
February 18 12 pm (away) 5-4 W
February 11 Grossmont (away) 3-11 L
February 13 San Diego City (home) 16-4 L
February 19 Palomar (home)
RAINED OUT Rescheduled
February 20 LA Valley (home)
RAINED OUT Rescheduled
3 pm 10-4 W
February 22 LA Mission (home) 9-7 W
February 23 Imperial Valley (away) 7-2 W
February 28 LA Pierce (away) 18-3 W
March 1-3 Golden West Tournament
v Golden West 6-4 W
v Oxnard 6-3 W
v Moorpark 3-2 W
v Pasadena 3-2 W
v Southwestern 5-3 L
March 6 Victor Valley (home) 7-0 W
March 8 Mt San Jacinto (home)
rescheduled to 3/11 12-4 W
March 13 Antelope Valley (away) 4-1 W
March 15 San Bernardino (away) 24-5 W
March 16 Long Beach (away)
March 20 Rio Hondo (away)
March 22 Desert (home)
March 23-24 Santa Barbara Tournament
v Saddleback 15-9 L
v El Camino 5-4 L
v LA Pierce 13-1 W
v LA Valley 3-2 W
March 27 Barstow (home) 9-1 W
March 29 Victor Valley (away) 7-5 W
April 3 Mt San Jacinto (away) 14-6 W
April 5 Antelope Valley (home) 8-4 W
April 6 San Diego Mesa (home)
April 10 San Bernardino Valley (home) 7-1 W
April 15 Rio Hondo (home)
RAINED OUT Rescheduled
April 17 Desert (away)
April 19 Barstow (away) 16-0 W
May 4-5 Regional Playoffs Round 1
Mt SAC (away)
3-11 L, 12-21 L
PANTHERS FINISH SEASON WITH LOSSES AT MT SAC The ladies faced off against the #2 seed in the south last weekend, falling 3-11 and 12-21. The team finishes the season with an impressive 25-17 record.
PANTHERS #15 SEED IN SOUTH (4/29/13) The ladies advance to the 2013 CCCAA state championships beginning this weekend as the #15 south seed. The first round of playoffs has the Panthers up against Mt SAC (#2 seed). Game 1 will be played at 7pm on Saturday, May 4th at Mt SAC. Game 2 (and 3 if needed) will be played Sunday afternoon.
PANTHERS FINISH CONFERENCE SEASON IN SECOND PLACE - HEADED TO PLAYOFFS NEXT (4/22/13) The ladies defeated Barstow College Friday in the final game of the Foothill Conference season but finished the season in 2nd place behind Desert (who defeated AVC for the championship). The ladies had 14 hits Friday against the Vikings including three homers Taylor Jenkins (1) and Jennifer Del Mar (2). Pitcher Morgan Hoare limited Barstow to six hits but the Panther defense kept runners from advancing past second base. Playoff seeding will be announced April 27th.
PANTHERS NOW IN A TWO-WAY TIE FOR FIRST (4/11/13) The Panthers defeated San Bernardino Valley yesterday 7-1. Coupled with Desert's win over Rio Hondo, the race for Foothill first is now down to two teams each with a 9-2 record. Yesterday, SBVC put up the first run in the first inning against a sluggish Chaffey defense but was held scoreless the rest of the game as the defense tightened up and the bats came alive scoring seven throughout with the aid of Jennifer Del Mar's solo home run. Anjelica Cerecedes, Lauren Avila and Jennifer Del Mar were 3 for 4 with two RBI's each and Jennifer Springer added one more RBI and a stolen base. Morgan Hoare struck out two and except for one unearned run, kept the Wolverine's from mounting any more threats.
PANTHERS KNOCK AVC OUT OF THE FOOTHILL TIE (4/8/13) The ladies hosted Antelope Valley Friday, knocking the Marauders out of the 4-way tie for first place in the Foothill Conference. Chaffey exploded with 6 runs in the first inning (4 doubles, 1 triple and 2 AVC errors) and played an inspirational defense as the win keeps the ladies in a tie for first place. The is was Chaffey's first sweep of AVC in recent years as the Marauders have captured the Foothill title 9 times in the last decade. Despite two homers by AVC, Morgan Hoare kept her composure and pitched stronger, limiting her opponents to only 2 additional runs. Anjelica Cerecedes contributed to the win, reaching base 3 out of 4 times at bat, scoring once and playing error-free at 3rd base. The ladies struggled over the weekend against San Diego Mesa and resume conference play Wednesday against San Bernardino Valley at home. The last time the two teams faced off (3/15/13) the Panthers decimated the Wolverines 24-5.
FOUR-WAY TIE FOR FIRST PLACE (4/4/13) The ladies defeated Mt San Jacinto yesterday afternoon and are now tied for first place in the Foothill Conference with Rio Hondo, Antelope Valley and College of the Desert - all teams with a 7-2 conference record. Yesterday, Mt San Jacinto led 6-5 after three innings until the Panthers took over in the fourth with seven runs, followed by 2 more in the fifth. Jennifer Del Mar and Alli Dunn led the Panther defense holding back extra base hits by the Eagles. The ladies take on Antelope Valley at home tomorrow. When the two teams played on March 13th the Panthers dominated 4-1 giving the Marauders one of their two conference losses this season.
LADIES DEFEAT VVC 7-5 (4/1/13) Victor Valley led for four innings 4-1 until the top of the 5th when the Chaffey ladies scored 6 runs on 5 hits and 2 errors to take and keep the lead - defeating VVC for the second time this season. Freshman Alli Dunn was 3-4 with a single, 2 RBI double and triple. Morgan Hoare earned another win. The ladies travel to Mt San Jacinto Wednesday. The Panthers defeated the Eagles 12-4 on March 11th.
PANTHERS BACK ON TRACK WITH WIN OVER BARSTOW (3/29/13) The ladies resumed conference play Wednesday, beating the Barstow College Rams 9-1. The Panthers had a 2-1 lead going into the 4th inning, scoring 5 runs in the 4th including a 2-run homer by Jennifer Springer. Sarah Garcia went on to hit a t-run single to right center to end the game, 9-1. The ladies travel to Victor Valley this afternoon.
LADIES FALL TO THE MERCY OF SANTIAGO CANYON (3/26/13) The Lady Panthers, tired and injured, could not withstand the barrage of hits (22) served up by Santiago yesterday. After five innings, the ladies trailed 19-1 with the sole run scored by Allie Dunn off a Maria Lara-Foster 2-out double. The ladies host Barstow Wednesday at 3 pm.
LADIES GO 2-2 AT SANTA BARBARA (3/25/13) The Lady Panthers struggled to find their groove over the weekend falling to Saddleback and El Camino on day one of the Santa Barbara Tournament before defeating both LA Valley and La Pierce yesterday. The wins were the first for the ladies since a 24-5 win over San Bernardino on March 15. The team takes on Santiago Canyon this afternoon in a rain-out reschedule from January.
LADIES RACK UP ANOTHER WIN (3/14/13) The ladies were on the road yesterday, defeating Antelope Valley 4-1 to remain undefeated in the Foothill Conference. A third inning rally followed by a homer in the 7th by Jennifer Del Mar secured the win for the Panthers. Morgan Hoare continued her pitching dominance allowing 6 hits and only one run. Jennifer Springer, Jennifer Del Mar, Anjelica Cerecedes, and Morgan each got one RBI and it was enough as Chaffey's defense was stellar. Next up for the Panthers: Friday at San Bernardino Valley. The Wolverines are 0-2, 11-9.
PANTHERS DEFEAT MT SAN JACINTO (3/12/13) The Panthers scored in every inning yesterday as they took on Mt San Jacinto in a makeup game from last week. Jennifer Springer got things started for the ladies; going 4 for 4, scoring 3 times and constantly putting the pressure on the Eagles' defense with 2 stolen bases and scoring on a passed ball. At second, Sarah Garcia was a standout on defense getting five assists and a double play. In the third inning, Taylor Jenkins hot the only homer of the game deep into centerfield. She was 3 for 3 with 3 RBIs. Morgan Hoare earned another win as the Panthers lead pitcher. The team travels to AVC tomorrow.
PANTHERS OPEN CONFERENCE SEASON WITH 7-0 SHUTOUT (3/7/13) The ladies hosted Victor Valley yesterday afternoon for the 2013 Foothill Conference opener; shutting out the Rams 7-0. Morgan Hoare pitched a no-hitter for 6 2/3 innings before giving up a solid line drive to Victor Valley's shortstop. Morgan finished the game with 5 strikeouts, four in the first inning and now has a 12-6 record. Sarah Garcia had a two run homer in the 3rd to put Chaffey ahead 3-0 and Chaffey scored four more runs in the bottom of the 6th to secure the win. The team takes on Mt San Jacinto tomorrow at home.
LADIES DEFEAT LA VALLEY (3/5/13) The Lady Panthers took on LA Valley yesterday in a rained out makeup game from earlier this month; defeating the Monarchs 10-4. A homerun by Sarah Garcia in the 2nd helped Chaffey take a 5-0 lead which they held until the 5th. Chaffey put the game out of reach in the bottom of the 6th with 5 additional runs with the help of freshman Allie Dunn's homerun, her third of the season. The ladies open the conference season Wednesday at home against Victor Valley.
PANTHERS TAKE SECOND AT GOLDEN WEST (3/4/13) The ladies were on a 4-game streak this weekend entering the championship game at Golden West. After defeating Golden West, Oxnard, Moorpark and Pasadena, the Panthers fell to Southwestern 5-3. Morgan Hoare was named Most Valuable Pitcher of the tournament. Anjelica Cerecedes and Laura Avila were named All-Tournament. The ladies play LA Valley at home today.
HEAD COACH JIMMY RODRIGUEZ EARNS 200TH CHAFFEY WIN (3/1/13) Head Softball Coach Jimmy Rodriguez earned his 200th Chaffey win yesterday afternoon when the Lady Panthers defeated LA Pierce 18-3. The ladies play again tonight at Golden West; taking on the host team at 5 pm and Oxnard at 7.
PANTHERS FALL TO PALOMAR 22-17 (2/27/13) The ladies hosted Palomar yesterday, falling to the Comets 22-17. This game was originally scheduled for last week but was delayed due to weather and field conditions. The Panthers take on LA Pierce Thursday.
LADIES ADD TWO WINS (2/25/13) The Lady Panthers took on LA Mission and Imperial Valley - coming away with two much needed wins. The women host Palomar tomorrow at 3 in a rain-out makeup game from last week.
PANTHERS DEFEAT PCC IN MAKE-UP GAME (2/19/13) The ladies traveled to Pasadena yesterday to play the rained out game from earlier this month, defeating the Lancers 5-4. Freshman rightfielder Jennifer DelMar led the Panthers with two runs. As long as the weather holds out, the ladies will play at home today against Palomar.
LADIES FALL TO SAN DIEGO CITY (2/14/13) The ladies hosted the San Diego City College Knights yesterday 16-4. The team returns to Panther Field next Tuesday to take on Palomar.
LADIES FALL TO GROSSMONT (2/12/13) The ladies took on the Grossmont Griffins yesterday, falling 3-11. The team returns to Panther Field tomorrow to take on San Diego City (5-5).
PANTHERS DEFEAT EAST LA 3-2 (2/8/13) The ladies hosted East LA yesterday afternoon, defeating the visiting Huskies 3-2. The team hosts Pasadena today at 3 pm.
LADIES FALL TO LA HARBOR (2/7/13) For the second time this week, the Panthers came up short, losing yesterday to LA Harbor 5-2 in the 2013 home opener. The ladies will try to pull it back together today, taking on East LA at 3 pm.
PANTHERS FALL TO FULLERTON (2/6/13) The ladies played their first of four games this week; falling to the Fullerton Hornets 12-1. Victoria Rivas scored the sole run for the Panthers. The ladies take on LA Harbor today at home.
LADIES OPEN SEASON WITH BACK-TO-BACK WINS (2/4/13) The Lady Panthers opened the season a few days late after being rained out against Santiago Canyon on the 26th. Finally hitting the field on the 30th, the ladies decimated the OCC Pirates 13-4 and then went on to defeat El Camino 14-2 the next day. For complete coverage click on the scores on our schedule page.