Updates on Long Beach State’s sports teams from Jan. 31-Feb. 7
Men’s volleyball outlasts USC
Head coach Alan Knipe: “That’s what I’m most proud of from the guys. The resolve to be able to settle it down and get into our offense.”
Last week in LBSU sports
Updates on Long Beach State’s sports teams from Jan. 24 – Jan. 31
Men’s volleyball loses close five-set match to Penn State
Long Beach State and Penn State went back and forth for five sets in a highly touted match.
LBSU comes from behind to defeat No. 9 Ohio State
CSULB men’s volleyball team came from behind to win it’s fifth straight game to start the season.
LBSU Athletics increases seating capacity at Walter Pyramid to 50 percent
CSULB announced they will be increasing capacity for indoor events at the Walter Pyramid to 50%.
Student-athletes benefit from recent NCAA rule change regarding name, image and likeness
College athletes across the nation are cashing in on endorsement deals ever since the NCAA changed their name, image, and likeness policies.
Men’s Volleyball stays motivated during canceled season
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…]
Men’s volleyball looking forward to getting back on the court
The Beach continues to follow the guidelines as they look to a possible 2021 season.
‘I grew up in the Pyramid’: Long Beach State’s father-son volleyball duo
After years of spectating, its Aidan Knipe’s turn to play for the team his father has coached since 2001.