In San Francisco State’s home opener, the Dons scored 107 points as they cruised past Long Beach State.
Just weeks before the season was set to begin, Big West board of directors announced that no competitive play will be conducted for the 2020-21 season.
While in-person athletics at Long Beach State’s have been on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic, CSULB’s esports Association has had over 100 competitive matches since the fall semester began.
By: Teran Rodriguez and Matt Fields. Being a collegiate athlete is no easy task, as you have to keep physically and mentally in shape year-round while balancing out a healthy diet, juggling classes and planning out your calendar days ahead. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, most student athletes at Long[Read More…]
The Beach secures first victory in its second preseason game after returning to the Walter Pyramid.
After trailing the entire game, the Beach’s first game in 267 days showed signs of rust.
Barred from receiving scholarships and required to pay fees, club athletes struggle to remain motivated without being able to play their beloved sports.
As men’s and women’s basketball prepares for their preseasons, Long Beach State athletic director Andy Fee reflects on lessons learned from fall 2020 and how to apply them to spring 2021.
Slated to play against University of California, Los Angeles Monday night, the Long Beach State men’s basketball team’s preseason opener was postponed due to concerns of potential coronavirus spread.
For the first time in the program’s 71 year history, Beach athletics has passed 90% in GSR.