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Karalius joined the Bulldogs’ rotation by firing the first no-hitter for a CSM pitcher in at least a quarter century in a 10-0 win over De Anza at Bulldog Stadium.

Sean Prozell has been nails through his first two starts of 2019. And while the College of San Mateo sophomore has yet to record a decision, he was much happier about the outcome the second time around.

The league-leading College of San Mateo softball and baseball teams extended their win streaks this week.

College of San Mateo left-hander Jared Milch kept pace through the middle innings and his offense rewarded him with a big finish.

With one month remaining in the community college baseball regular season, College of San Mateo fell to third place in the Coast Conference Golden Gate with a 9-6 loss to Mission College Tuesday at Bulldog Stadium.

With five starts under his belt in his final season with the Bulldogs, Milch is a perfect 5-0 with a state-leading ERA of 0.25. He has allowed one earned run through 36 innings of work in seven appearances (five starts) this season.

College of San Mateo leadoff hitter Jack McCarthy benefitted from the Bulldogs moving up their scheduled Tuesday’s home game against De Anza by joining an elite fraternity.

This year, CSM was proud to induct 19 women and men, who have distinguished themselves either as CSM athletes or later in their careers, into the Sports Hall of Fame at a banquet held on February 9.

The College of San Mateo Bulldogs (4-3 overall) proved the old adage absolutely right Saturday, rallying for eight runs in the eighth inning to score a dramatic 12-11 come-from-behind win over Diablo Valley College (3-4) at Bulldog Stadium.

Regardless of what happens in Super Bowl LII, there’s a celebration awaiting Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots. The longtime slot receiver will be inducted into the College of San Mateo Hall of Fame on Feb. 9. Edelman is scheduled to attend the event as part of an 18-member class that also includes Giants broadcaster Jon Miller.