On Sunday, CSUN locked horns with Hawaii in another tournament contest. The game featured two former Pacific League stars in Peek and Hawaii's Audrey Andrade, who starred at Glendale.
Peek hit her fourth homer this season, but Hawaii came through with a 7-2 win. The Matadors went 2-3 in the Las Vegas-based tournament.
Peek is batting .321 (nine for 28) with two doubles and five runs batted in.
CSUN is home on Tuesday for a nonconference doubleheader against Siena College.
Jim Goffredo (Crescenta Valley High, 2003) senior guard, Harvard University men's basketball: Goffredo, the 2003 co-All-Area Player of the Year, finished with seven points, three assists and one steal, as the Crimson suffered an 86-71 defeat against Yale on Saturday.
He played a team-high 35 minutes, but struggled from the field. He made one of 11 shots from the floor.
Goffredo is averaging 14.8 points per game. He's recorded 29 steals this season.
Harvard (10-14, 3-7 in Ivy League) went winless in four road contests. The Crimson will tip off a two-game homestand, beginning at 4 p.m. PDT Friday with a league contest against Pennsylvania.
Aaron McGuinness (Crescenta Valley High, 2003) senior shortstop, Gonzaga baseball: McGuinness, a former News-Press Male Athlete of the Year, was elected to the All-Coca-Cola Spring Training Tournament team Sunday.
Over the three-game weekend tournament in Sunrise, Ariz., McGuinness showed marked improvement.
He drove in a pair of runs, including the winner to give the Bulldogs a 6-5 victory against defending champion Oregon State on Friday. He finished with two hits and scored one run.
Gonzaga went 1-2 in the tournament to fall to 2-7 on the season. It will resume tournament play in the Dallas Baptist University Tournament, beginning today in Arlington, Texas.
Audrey Andrade (Glendale High, 2005) sophomore utility player, Hawaii softball team: Andrade, a former All-Area selection, went hitless in two at bats in her last appearance Monday for the Rainbow Wahine against Southern Utah in Las Vegas.
Andrade is batting .200 (two for 10) this season.
Hawaii (13-2) will next compete in the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament, which will begin March 1.
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