The Cal Lutheran baseball team rebounded from its home loss to Redlands in dominating fashion yesterday with Mike Roe and Chase Tigert tossing complete-game shutouts to lead CLU to 11-0 and 2-0 victories at Redlands.
Redlands hit only .145 (9 for 62) and had only one extra base hit, just one day after beating CLU 5-3 at Ullman Stadium.
Roe, a Simi Valley High graduate, improved to 4-0 and had at least one strikeout in five of the first six innings. The senior right-hander finished the game with his career-high seventh strikeout of the game.
The last time CLU pitchers tossed back-to-back complete games was in 1994 when Sam Arroyo and Marc Weiss beat La Verne 2-0 and 4-0, respectively.
CLU (22-6, 10-2) is two games back of Pomona-Pitzer (25-3, 12-0) in the SCIAC race. The Kingsmen will host a non-conference series against Menlo (11-14) with a single game on Thursday at 3 p.m. and a Friday doubleheader scheduled to start at 11 a.m.