A look into Long Beach State’s Nearly 50-Year-Old Club Rugby Team
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Barred from receiving scholarships and required to pay fees, club athletes struggle to remain motivated without being able to play their beloved sports.
Long Beach State’s cycling club continues to stay connected despite remaining separated due to coronavirus regulations.
At Long Beach State, esports athletes have a chance to bring their love of gaming to the national level.
With their time together put to a halt, CSULB sports club members have found ways online to keep each other connected and active while social distancing.
Although seniors of the university athletics department have the possibility of regaining eligibility after the lost spring 2020 season, the seniors on club teams will likely see an early retirement.
Although the Division 1 team may get all of the national attention, the Long Beach State Men’s Volleyball Club competes against some of the best club teams in the nation.
The CSULB Dragon Boat Club combines tradition with teamwork while maneuvering through the Long Beach Shoreline Marina.
The Long Beach State Surf Club spends its Fridays teaching future surfers and practicing for competitions in Huntington Beach.
The Long Beach State Women’s Rowing Club gets on the water at 5:30 a.m. every weekday to practice for the peak competition season on the horizon.