Dan Butterly introduced himself as the fifth commissioner in Big West history in an introductory Zoom press conference Tuesday afternoon.
Author: Cain Hernandez
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.
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.
Conference officials made the announcement hours before tip-off that only credentialed media members will be able to attend.
The Walter Pyramid will host the first two rounds of the Big West women’s basketball tournament March 10-11.
In this episode of Beach Weekly Arts, host Cain Hernandez sits down with CSULB alumnus and entrepreneur AJ Crook to discuss his recent appearance on ABC’s Shark Tank. Crook is director of operations for Shake It Pup!, a dog food seasoning company. Listen as Crook dives into his journey from the classroom to the television screen.
The Beach’s defensive prowess stops Fullerton from making a fourth-quarter comeback.
Entrepreneur AJ Crook reaches a deal with “shark” Mark Cuban to invest in dog food seasoning.
The Long Beach State women’s basketball team dropped to a sixth-place tie in the Big West after losing its third game in a row.