Cal Baptist is 27-0 overall and 4-0 in the Golden State Athletic Conference.
Sherman has flourished this year, as she sports a 1.39 earned-run average. Opponents are batting just .228 against the right-hander, who was a star at Pasadena City College. In her sophomore year, Sherman was selected as a Cal All-American by the National Fastpitch Coaches Assn. after batting .470.
She's been strong at the plate for Cal Baptist, as well, as she's hitting .436 with 11 runs batted in.
The Lancers next play Vanguard University at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Audrey Andrade (Glendale, 2005), freshman outfielder, University of Hawaii softball ? Andrade, an All-Area first-team selections in her final two years at Glendale High, has fit in nicely at the University of Hawaii.
Andrade played in 19 of her team's first 25 games, starting 11 contests. She batted .216 with five walks and two stolen bases.
Hawaii next plays host Louisiana Tech in a doubleheader on Saturday.
Billy Hofman (La Canada, 2003) junior guard, Cal Poly Pomona men's basketball ? For the second time in three years, Hofman and his teammates won the NCAA Division II West Region.
But for the third time in its program's history, the Broncos failed to advance to the national semifinals, losing in the Elite Eight.
Pomona's season came to an end Wednesday, as it lost to South Central Region champion Tarleton State University of Texas, 58-56, at the Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, N.D.
The Broncos finished the season 24-7.
Riley Van Patten (Glendale, 2002), junior guard, Northern Arizona University men's basketball ? The Lumberjacks were eliminated in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament, losing to Delaware State University, 58-53, on Tuesday in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Van Patten played two minutes in the setback, as Northern Arizona, the Big Sky Conference regular-season champion, ended its year 21-11.
Van Patten played in 27 games, averaging 6.5 minutes per contest.
He shot 14 of 31 (45.2%) from the field, including eight of 16 from three-point territory.