The Beach dominated in a Big West conference matchup Friday, winning 6-1 against the Titans at Rhodes Tennis Center.
Author: Jordan Newby
Long Beach residents and basketball fans came together on Fourth Street to remember Kobe and the influence he had on the surrounding communities.
The Beach picked up two wins vs top-25 opponents after dropping its first five games last season.
After Bouncing between top spots on the leaderboard during day one and two, CSULB finished fifth place in its last event of the fall.
The Beach finished the invitational five strokes behind second place, turning in their third top-five finish in a row.
Being on the home ice wasn’t enough for the Long Beach State Club Hockey team who were shut out opening night by the LMU Lions.
After finishing day one in a tie for first place, the Beach played hard but ended five strokes short of winning.
Due to inclement weather, the final day of the tournament was canceled, and the Beach finished second with their scores from day one.