Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Game 3: Linfield at California Lutheran Game Day Guide

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The 'Cats are are on the road for the first time this season as the 'Cats venture down to Southern California to play the 3 time defending SCIAC champions the Kingsmen of California Lutheran. Don't be fooled by the image from the Google Maps above of Saturday's venue as CLU opened up a brand new multi-use athletic stadium at that location that hosts CLU's football and soccer programs.  It should be an electric environment as the 'Cats come to town.

Click on the Wildcat Head in the above map and a bubble will pop up with some links and information about Saturday's game. CLU does have a free video feed so be sure to bookmark the link (in the info bubble). Only been to Thousand Oaks once before, when the 'Cats dropped a 47-42 decision to CLU in 2010.  I'm the wrong guy to talk to about what to do in town.  California Lutheran University does list out 50 things to do while at CLU but most of the items on that list are things to do outside of the city of Thousand Oaks.  Going to a CLU sporting event is number 34 so at least I'll be able to check that off the list.  Only 49 more to go.

Come back tomorrow for our game 3 preview.

Update: For those are going to be attending the Linfield vs California Lutheran game this weekend, the Linfield Alumni association has set up a Pre-Game BBQ.  The BBQ is for all Linfield fans, family, and alumni who would like to attend.  Here is the link for more information and how to register.  

The Linfield Alumni association is also hosting a pre-game BBQ in the parking lot across the street from Sparks Stadium when Linfield travels up to Puyallup, Washington to play Pacific Lutheran on September 29th.  Again, here is that link where you can register.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

On that 50 things to do at CLU list is visiting Wildwood Park. I highly recommend it as an excellent family hike, with side paths that provide a good challenge to more experienced hikers. It is also very close to the CLU campus.