Fall sports are anticipated to be played this semester while others will seeare anticipated to be played this semester while others will see a shortened bracket.
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The men’s water polo team utilizes Zoom to stay fit physically and mentally during a canceled season.
Long Beach State’s cycling club continues to stay connected despite remaining separated due to coronavirus regulations.
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Long Beach State men’s basketball may participate in Paradise Jam tournament, COVID-19 regulations permitting
Long Beach State men’s basketball team may participate in Paradise Jam tournament in November if public health guidelines permit.
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…]
Long Beach State athletics department stays afloat despite classes remaining virtual through spring 2021
Despite academics remaining online through the spring 2021 semester, Long Beach State athletics director Andy Fee said the department is still in good shape.