One week into the start of the young season, LBSU women’s basketball already has two twenty-point victories; the latter being a win against Nevada 79-57.
A new era begins for LBSU women’s basketball as The Beach starts the year off 1-0 with a big win at the Walter Pyramid.
Former Arkansas star Amy Wright joins women’s basketball as a head coach and details her experiences as an athlete and coach in the LGBTQ+ community.
Long Beach State women’s basketball senior guard Ma’Qhi Berry wrapped up her final season at The Beach. After six years, she is ready to graduate and start a life after college.
Amy Wright took the time to address a crowd at her first press conference after being hired as the eighth head coach of the women’s basketball team.
Four weeks before the women’s and men’s basketball transfer portal closes, Amy Wright will fill the vacancy left by former head coach Jeff Cammon.
With Jeff Cammon leaving the program on short notice, he places LBSU in a spot where filling his role is urgent.
After a program-defining regular season that saw LBSU have the Big West Player of the Year and Coach of the Year, the team came up short in the semifinals against Hawaii.
After being outplayed and outscored for three straight quarters, women’s basketball turned it around to beat UCR and advance to the semifinals of the Big West Tournament.
After not losing since Jan. 7 the LBSU women’s basketball team was finally defeated losing to UC Davis and falling to the second spot in the conference.