Long Beach State men’s basketball had nearly as many turnovers as made field goals en route to its first home loss of the season.
Author: Ralston Dacanay
Overcoming his childhood experience in foster care, annual shoe size changes and several significant injuries, Trever Irish looks to play his best basketball at the Beach for years to come.
The Beach dropped its final game against the Quakers 95-79 at the Anaheim Arena on Sunday, finishing in fourth place with a 1-2 record.
Long Beach State men’s basketball stunned Providence with a 17-point comeback before falling to Wake Forest in the semifinals.
The Beach trailed by just five after the first half, but couldn’t piece it together the rest of the way.
Hosts Ralston Dacanay and Manny Valladares highlight their latest feature stories on the archery club and men’s basketball’s Trever Irish from the Daily-Forty Niner’s sports section. They also dive into the ring ceremony for the Beach’s 2019 men’s volleyball team.
Chance Hunter scored 19 points in the second half after the men’s volleyball team were presented with their NCAA championship rings during halftime.
Dissecting the Beach’s zone defense, the Gaels shot 60% from deep in a comfortable win over the Beach.
The Cardinal executes stranglehold defense early to blowout the Beach, as 12 players for both teams see action.
Hosts Ralston Dacanay and Manny Valladares give their thoughts on the controversial Long Beach State identity change and talk about the return of men’s volleyball. Then Daily Forty-Niner sports editor Mark Lindahl joins the show talk about LA traffic, his thoughts on “the Beach” name change and men’s basketball’s tough season-opening loss at UCLA.
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