After struggling to gain any footing during his early time with the Long Beach State ice hockey club, now-team captain Adam Moroz took it upon himself to change the culture within.
Late game heroics proved too little too late as the Beach falls short of a comeback.
Being on the home ice wasn’t enough for the Long Beach State Club Hockey team who were shut out opening night by the LMU Lions.
Senior center Francis Lemay looks to lead the team to the championships after three seasons climbing the ranks.
Often forgotten in the land of sunshine and palm trees, the Long Beach State ice hockey team heads into their season with a new look and a championship in sight, but need help from the students to obtain it.
When Luke Miller arrived at preseason camp for his freshman season at Suffolk University, he wasn’t expected to make the starting lineup. When he stepped onto the ice for the first game of the season, everything went wrong; He played terribly and was scratched for the next eight games. “To[Read More…]
Luke Miller raised his arms at the side of the net after his second whack at a rebound went over the goalie’s shoulder and into the top of the net. The goal put Long Beach (2-1) up 5-0, essentially ending the game with 3:21 left in the first period. LBSU[Read More…]
Three things happen when the temperature drops below 70 degrees in Long Beach: restaurants break out the heat lamps, students start stressing about midterms and the LBSU club-hockey season begins in Lakewood. The 49ers (1-1-0) are in a position to follow up on last year, when the team reached the[Read More…]
Long Beach State hockey president Adam Stanovich released the club’s 2017 season schedule this week. Last season, the 49ers went 9-16 in the Division II American Collegiate Hockey Association. The team is led by head coach Frank Mitrano, who is entering his fifth season at the club. Joining him on[Read More…]