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College of San Mateo Dean/Athletic Director Andreas Wolf has announced the return of the Bulldogs’ aquatics programs, including men’s and women’s water polo as well as men’s and women’s swimming.

Of the 24 inductees into the CSM Hall of Fame class of 2022, five of them played for Owens — footballers Ryan Boschetti, Paul Bradford, Dave Hanson and Ray Hisatake — while Christie McCoy played for him with the softball team. Current softball head coach Nicole Borg, who headed the 2015 softball team, was also a player during Owens’ coaching tenure on the diamond.

A professor of economics and history, Brusin retired from CSM as a fulltime instructor in 1995. He continued teaching through 2009. His first love, though, was CSM Bulldogs baseball. He served as the team’s scorekeeper for generations under head coaches John Noce and Doug Williams, working his final games in the 2019 season prior to the pandemic.

The Bulldogs are sorry to report, long time CSM Baseball statistician Mike Brusin passed away July 7th at his home in San Mateo.  Fondly referred to as “Brusin”, Mike donated his time and service to Bulldog Baseball for nearly forty years.

To cap off her first season of college ball, Malepeai was named the California Community College Sports Information Association Female Athlete of the Year.

The CSM softball team Sunday won the school’s first-ever state championship in the modern era following an 8-1 win over Sierra College in the championship game of the California Community College Athletic Association at Bakersfield College.

After a decade of dominance in Northern California and just as equally long a presence in the state tournament, one that saw it make the state championship tournament eight years in a row, College of San Mateo softball can finally add that one piece of hardware missing from its trophy collection: a California Community College Athletic Association state championship following an 8-1 win over Sierra at Bakersfield College Sunday afternoon.

Stepping to the plate amid a scoreless tie in the eighth inning of Saturday’s elimination-game finale of the California Community College Athletic Association Super Regional against Sacramento City College, Malepeai connected with an outside fastball and lined it over the right-center field wall for a two-run, walk-off home run, lifting the Bulldogs (41-3) to the State Championship tournament, the Bulldogs’ eighth trip to the big dance in program history.

Liam Laughlin completed a sweep of three Coast Conference throwing championships Saturday at College of San Mateo, adding the discus and javelin throws to the shot put title he had won on Wednesday. Coast Conference player of the year Lafu Malepeai leads top seed College of San Mateo into the California Community College Athletic Association softball regionals Friday and Saturday at College Heights.

College of San Mateo is hosting the Coast Conference track and field championships this week, with the trials Wednesday and the finals Saturday. The Bulldogs have posted several league-leading performances in recent weeks.