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Larry Lee Show Returns to SLO Brew The Rock at 6 p.m. Monday

Larry Lee Show Returns to SLO Brew The Rock at 6 p.m. Monday

LIVE AUDIO STREAM

MUSTANG SPORTS NETWORK  /  ESPN 1280 APP

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — The Larry Lee Show returns on Monday evening, airing live on ESPN Radio 1280 / 101.7 from SLO Brew The Rock, broadcasting starting at 6 p.m.

SLO Brew-The Rock, which opened its doors in 2017, is located at 855 Aerovista Place in San Luis Obispo. The Rock features a 30-barrel brewhouse and taproom restaurant. Fans are invited to attend April 15's hour-long show, which also welcomes Cal Poly men's tennis head coach Nick Carless.

Coach Lee will discuss the Mustangs' series sweep of UC Davis, placing Cal Poly's Big West record at 7-2, the conference's leading victory total nine games in. Cal Poly, which polished off the sweep thanks to a four-run rally between the eighth & ninth innings Sunday to prevail 6-5 in Northern California, is now 14-8 since March 8.

Lee's club visits Long Beach State Thursday through Saturday, with each game vs. the 49ers set to broadcast on ESPN 1280. Next home series in Baggett Stadium will be opposite USC, hosting the Trojans April 26-28.

Meanwhile the Mustang men's tennis program is also in first place in the standings (3-0 Big West; 12-8 overall). Cal Poly improved to 7-1 at home in 2019 thanks to a 4-2 win over UC Riverside April 13.

Carless — 31-8 (.795) in Big West regular-season matches since 2012 — will lead his squad into Senior Day this upcoming Friday against Hawai'i. First serve against the Rainbow Warriors on April 19 is set for 12 noon at Mustang Tennis Complex.

Josh Ortlip, now 13-5 this season in singles play, moved his current win streak to six straight in Sunday's narrow 4-3 road loss at Santa Clara in a makeup contest rescheduled from an earlier rainout. Teammate Antoine Noel (12-3) also owns a five-match winning streak heading into the home finale vs. UH.

In addition to KXTK airwaves — 101.7 FM or 1280 AM — the broadcast hosted by Chris Sylvester is streamed via ESPNRadio1280.com and the TuneIn app.