The men’s volleyball team had been looking forward to potentially being three-peat title champions before its season was cut. Although the coronavirus has halted sports programs across the nation, the volleyball team remains in high spirits, even using the down time as motivation. “In a sense, it has motivated us,”[Read More…]
The Beach continues to follow the guidelines as they look to a possible 2021 season.
After years of spectating, its Aidan Knipe’s turn to play for the team his father has coached since 2001.
The pandemic prevents men’s volleyball from finishing season; possibly the chance to three-peat as NCAA champions.
Although the season ended abruptly due to the coronavirus pandemic, Briggs attributes his success to an all-around team effort.
Long Beach’s State’s flyin’ Hawaiian Ethan Siegfried has been a force on the service line this season.
The Beach found their rhythm after slow starts in each set, winning 3-0 against the Lions Friday at the Walter Pyramid.
The Beach dominated Westcliff from start to finish in a game that featured players who usually don’t see time on the court.
The Long Beach State men’s volleyball team has found a hidden gem in freshman libero Mason Briggs, who is putting the Big West on notice with his conference-leading stats.
With wins over each team last season, the Beach will once again travel to Ohio State to take on Penn State and Ohio State.