Having not stepped foot on the field in nearly a year, the team now has to wait just over a month before conference play begins.
Author: Jacob Powers
Just weeks before the season was set to begin, Big West board of directors announced that no competitive play will be conducted for the 2020-21 season.
As men’s and women’s basketball prepares for their preseasons, Long Beach State athletic director Andy Fee reflects on lessons learned from fall 2020 and how to apply them to spring 2021.
Slated to play against University of California, Los Angeles Monday night, the Long Beach State men’s basketball team’s preseason opener was postponed due to concerns of potential coronavirus spread.
For the first time in the program’s 71 year history, Beach athletics has passed 90% in GSR.
The Long Beach State men’s basketball program will be playing six non-conference scheduled games in addition to the 20-game Big West conference schedule. Opening the non-conference season on the road Nov. 30, the Beach will compete against No. 22 University of California, Los Angeles for the third year in a[Read More…]
After practicing at two different facilities, the Beach basketball program returns home.
Beach basketball finds temporary indoor home after previously practicing outdoors at the Rhodes Tennis Center
The Los Angeles Dodgers joined the Los Angeles Lakers with a league title after they clinched the win in Game 6 of the World Series.
The Big West Conference announced Wednesday that all participating Big West teams will be adhering to a shortened schedule.