With a combined 44 fouls and 39 turnovers from both teams, Long Beach’s effort fell short in an intense battle at the Walter Pyramid Saturday.
Author: Ralston Dacanay
Long Beach State athletics put together an atmosphere of remembrance for LBSU’s basketball greats Saturday.
Long Beach’s fiery second-half performance was not enough to overcome its opening struggles at the Walter Pyramid Thursday.
Long Beach State took the lead with five minutes left to steal its fifth straight win at the Thunderdome, and first win on the road this season.
Four players score in double-figures for the Beach, but CSUN’s offensive performance led the way for a Matador victory.
Despite struggling to a 5-11 preseason record, Long Beach State men’s basketball looks to compete with the Big West’s best.
The Beach moved to 21-0 against non-Division I competition under head coach Dan Monson after its 76-60 win over the Golden Eagles.
Long Beach State shot 19 of 53 from the field and committed 23 turnovers in a loss to the Redhawks.
The Beach closed out its 2019 home schedule with a 68-65 down-to-the-wire victory over Utah Valley Saturday.
The Beach hung with the Trojans for most of the game, but ultimately dropped their fourth Pac-12 contest 87-76.