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Pastora last week committed to transfer to Western Michigan University. He will receive nearly a full athletic scholarship. He is one of seven Bulldogs to be transferring to a Division-I school.

Degnan, who posted a .303 batting average along with a .434 slugging percentage in his first year as a Bulldog, made a good impression on longtime CSM manager Doug Williams. “He’s a real competitor and has a drive to really want to do well,” Williams said.

The No.5-seed Bulldogs won Friday’s opener 8-2 — their 30th win of the year — before falling Saturday 8-5 and Sunday 7-2 at Delta College. Woodside alum Brad Degnan went 6 for 12 for CSM through the series.

Up one game in the best-of-three series after Palsha’s relief win Friday, the freshman emerged Saturday in the eighth inning of Game 2 to relieve starter Devin Mahoney. Palsha retired all five batters he faced to save a 4-1 win for the Bulldogs.

After trouncing the Blue Devils (23-15) in Friday’s best-of-three series opener 12-3, the Bulldogs completed the sweep with a 6-1 victory Saturday at Bulldog Field. Mastrobuoni paced the Bulldogs in the finale with three hits, going 3 for 4 with an RBI and three extra-base hits. Mahoney reached base in all five of his plate appearances, going 2 for 2 with three walks.

College of San Mateo baseball entered the weekend atop the conference standings, one game ahead of second-place De Anza-Cupertino and two games ahead of third-place Mission-Santa Clara. Taking a five-run lead into the eighth inning Saturday at Mission, the Bulldogs looked primed to maintain its outright first-place claim. But the Saints staged a late comeback to walk off with a much needed 7-6 victory.

College of San Mateo right-hander Keone Cabinian retired the first 12 batters he faced and would go on to fire his first complete game of the season as CSM downed West Valley 4-2 Saturday at Bulldog Field.

Until Saturday, Makana Lyman hadn’t inhabited the No. 2 spot in College of San Mateo’s starting lineup since opening day. The sophomore responded to his return to the role by having a career day, going 3 for 5 with an RBI and three runs scored to pace the Bulldogs (7-3 in Coast Golden Gate, 15-8) to a 9-3 win at Chabot (3-7, 7-16).

College of San Mateo led at three different junctures Saturday, but Mission rallied in its final at-bat for a 7-5 win in a battle for first place in the Coast Golden Gate Conference Saturday at Bulldog Field.

The Bulldogs (7-5) sent 12 batters to the plate amid an eight-run second inning. Pastora led off the frame with his first two-bagger of the afternoon then scored on Deven Mahoney’s two-run home run.