Apr 12, 2015 12:39 AM by Ross Field
The Chico State baseball team continued to struggle on Saturdays.
The Wildcats came up on the short end of a doubleheader against Cal State Dominguez Hills, dropping the first game 5-4 in 10 innings and the second 6-1.
Chico State has been swept in each of their past three doubleheaders and five of their last seven, all taking place on Saturdays, the main reason their playoff hopes are fading fast.
Chico State fell to 14-19 overall and 13-17 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association and now trails fourth-place Cal State Monterey Bay by 5.5 games with 10 to play.
Connor Huesers homered for the Cats in the first game. Danny Miller, Dylan Garcia and Andrew Carrillo each had an RBI.
The series concludes Sunday with an 11 a.m. start. Long-time manager Tommy Wigton's retirement ceremony will take place before the game.
(Chico State Sports Information Director Luke Reid contributed to this article.)
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