Max Luckhurst has resigned as the Campolindo High baseball coach after a successful 16-year run in the program. Luckhurst, who stepped down on Friday, will continue to work in the special education department at the school.

Luckhurst's varsity teams had an 191-67-4 combined record over the past 10 seasons, and won four consecutive North Coast Section Division II baseball championships from 2010-2013.

"It's just time," Luckhurst said on Tuesday. "I've been here 16 years, 14 as head coach, two as an assistant, and it's time for somebody to come in. I don't have any plans to do anything right now. I'm going to to see what opportunities present themselves, but it's time for change."

Miscellany

Vicki Shimkus of the Saint Mary's women's soccer team has been named the Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week. Shimkus scored the first goal in a 2-0 win over Albany and then assisted on three of SMC's four goals in the 4-0 win over Saint Joseph's.

  • Jim Hanifan, a former Cal All-American who led the nation in receiving in 1954 then went on to become one of the most respected offensive line coaches in the NFL, has been chosen as the recipient of the 2014 Glenn T. Seaborg Award. The award, named after the former Cal chancellor and 1951 Nobel Prize-winning scientist, is presented annually to a former Cal football player for his career accomplishments who represents the honored Cal principles and traditions of excellence in academics, athletics, leadership and attitude.



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