Long Beach couldn’t play spoiler during Hawaii’s senior night, as the Rainbow Wahine claimed the Big West Conference Friday night.
Long Beach State and Hawai’i traded a flurry of offensive chances as the Beach earned a draw to deny the Rainbow Wahine a chance at hosting the conference tournament.
Currently, in sixth place with two games remaining, Long Beach State women’s soccer looks to fight for one of four spots in the Big West Conference tournament with a little help from conference foes.
Even with the return of junior outside hitter Avery Nelson, the Rainbow Wāhine proved too much for the Beach, losing their sixth game in a row.
One of the biggest hula and chant competitions in Southern California, E Hula Mau, will take place this Labor Day weekend at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center. Ten schools from across California will perform various forms of hula and chant at the three-day event.
The 49ers should worry about what comes next beyond this homestand against the Rainbow Warriors.
Despite an underwhelming season, fans of the Long Beach State women’s volleyball team showed up in full force to the annual matchup against Hawai’i. The rivalry game brought out some competition that has been missing from the home team. LBSU (5-15, 2-5 Big West) finished the fourth week of conference[Read More…]
Fresh off winning the Big West Conference home opener against Hawai’i, the Long Beach State women’s soccer team will hit the road to face UC Irvine at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Anteater Stadium. Leading up to the game, head coach Mauricio Ingrassia noted the positive progression his team has[Read More…]