The Dodgers are once again having a great regular season, but come October, none of it will matter without a World Series Championship.
Author: Cain Hernandez
Long Beach State athletic department dives into social inequality with new program
The Long Beach State athletics department’s Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee is well underway.
Former Long Beach ace recalls how softball prepared her for the LAPD
LAPD Commander Ruby Flores was a leader on the diamond and is now a leader in the community.
State of athletics with Andy Fee
Long Beach State fall sports remain at a standstill due to coronavirus regulations.
Big West Conference announces new commissioner
Dan Butterly introduced himself as the fifth commissioner in Big West history in an introductory Zoom press conference Tuesday afternoon.
‘I grew up in the Pyramid’: Long Beach State’s father-son volleyball duo
After years of spectating, its Aidan Knipe’s turn to play for the team his father has coached since 2001.
‘Scholarship dollars are going to be tough to come by’: Long Beach State Athletics projects financial troubles
Long Beach State Athletic Director Andy Fee took to Zoom to address over 140 fans, students, coaches, boosters and media members about the state of the department amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cal Poly pushes Long Beach to elimination in Big West tourney
Long Beach State entered the match as the fifth seed, but lost to eighth-seeded Cal Poly behind a combined 50-point performance between Cal Poly’s stars.
Big West Basketball tournament to be played without spectators
Conference officials made the announcement hours before tip-off that only credentialed media members will be able to attend.
Long Beach will take on Cal Poly in the first round of the Big West tournament
The Walter Pyramid will host the first two rounds of the Big West women’s basketball tournament March 10-11.