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What Makes the OC Riptide and the California Collegiate League So Unique?

The California Collegiate League (CCL) allows college baseball players to develop their abilities, make friendships, and showcase their talents in front of MLB scouts and viewers from across the country. The league of 11 teams has become one of the top collegiate summer leagues in the nation since its founding in 1993. Moe Geoghegan, General Manager and founder of …

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Riptide Fall to Defending CCL Champions Santa Barbara Foresters

Santa Barbara, Calif.-  The Orange County Riptide fell to the Santa Barbara Foresters 7-6 Saturday night. The Foresters are defending champions who won the California Collegiate League in 2021. The Riptide were ahead by one (6-5) until the top of the ninth when Forester outfielder hit a ball to center field bringing two guys in for …

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Riptide Fall Short of Playoffs with 19-4 Loss to Foresters

Irvine, Calif. – In Orange County’s final game of the summer and final home game at the Orange County Great Park, the Riptide were unable to gather one last win against the Santa Barbara Foresters as they lost 19-4. With California Collegiate League playoff tie-breaker rules in tact, the Riptide needed to hold the Foresters …

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Austin Kryszczuk

Riptide Guaranteed a Winning Season After a 3-2 Win over Blues

San Luis Obispo, Calif. – In Tuesday’s contest against the San Luis Obispo Blues, the Orange County Riptide defeated the Blues in a pitcher’s duel and put them in a three game win streak. Tonight’s win ensures that the Riptide will accomplish a winning season as there are few too many games that would allow them …

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Davis Diaz

Connolly’s Dominant Outing and Simmons’ Home Run Surge Carry the Riptide to their 20th Win of the Summer

Pasadena, Calif. – The Orange County Riptide defeated the Arroyo Seco Saints 10-1 in Sunday nights game behind a dominant pitching performance from Santa Clara left-hander Cade Connolly and Uconn outfielder T.C. Simmons‘ home run outbreak. After totalling 15 hits in Sunday’s contest, the Riptide are now 2-3 against the Saints through five games, and …

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