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.
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Beach basketball finds temporary indoor home after previously practicing outdoors at the Rhodes Tennis Center
The Long Beach State women’s basketball team has been practicing outdoors at the Rhodes Tennis Center after months of dealing with coronavirus-related restrictions. Outdoor practices began for the Beach’s basketball programs on Oct. 12. Regardless of weekly testing and new guidelines players have to now follow, including maintaining a social[Read More…]
As the California State University system prepares for a mainly virtual semester, athletic director Andy Fee sits down with sports editor Mark Lindahl to discuss the future of the Beach.
‘Scholarship dollars are going to be tough to come by’: Long Beach State Athletics projects financial troubles
Long Beach State Athletic Director Andy Fee took to Zoom to address over 140 fans, students, coaches, boosters and media members about the state of the department amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the coronavirus pandemic canceling sporting events worldwide, Long Beach State long jumper Jason Smith has been hopping through every hoop needed to stay positive moving forward.
Collegiate athletes across the nation have had their spring seasons ended early due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus.
Spectators will be allowed by invitation only “until further notice.”
SB 206 is a CA congressional bill that was meant to benefit players, but instead it may prevent them from playing any NCAA sanctioned sports.
The fundraiser included local vendors, silent and live auctions, as well as multiple guest speakers including current players and coaches, Sept 14 at the Walter Pyramid.