No. 14 Long Beach State will look to begin its season on the right foot with a Saturday tournament featuring strong competition.
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No. 6 Long Beach State men’s water polo beat No. 9 UCSD 12-10 after a back-and-forth game Wednesday, Oct. 30 at the Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center.
The Beach was able to down at the Tritons in a nail-biter, snapping their 11-game winning streak.
After five straight losses, the Beach rallied to win back-to-back games against SJSU and Golden West College at the Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center Saturday.
With a comfortable lead and nine players on the scoreboard, Long Beach walked away with a massive win to close its gloomy home opening weekend at Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center. No. 15 Long Beach ( 8-9, 1-0 Big West) women’s water polo came out strong against George Washington State (7-5)[Read More…]
It’s 8 a.m. on a Friday and the semester is in full swing. A thin-framed, energetic, 43-year-old staff member is eagerly waiting to hit the sidewalks of lower campus. New Long Beach State Athletic Director Andy Fee looks through his thick, black-rimmed rectangle glasses to check his daily schedule one[Read More…]
A late fourth quarter surge by the No. 7 Long Beach State men’s water polo team came up short Saturday, as the 49ers were defeated by No. 4 Stanford 10-9 during an intense game at the Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center. LBSU (11-11, 1-2 Golden Coast) battled from the jump against[Read More…]
The 49ers will look to make a statement and gain momentum heading into the final games of Golden Coast Conference play after losing their last nine games against teams ranked higher than them. With the end of the regular season looming, the Long Beach State men’s water polo team is[Read More…]
After a dominant showing against UC Santa Barbara on Friday, No. 8 LBSU looked to replicate the performance against No. 3 California, but lost 14-8 at the Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center. The game was Long Beach’s (11-9, 1-2 Golden Coast) second loss to Cal (16-1, 1-0 Pac-12) this season after[Read More…]
Wednesday night’s game between Long Beach State and No. 13 UC San Diego was nothing short of thrilling, as sophomore attacker Austin Stewart capped off the sudden death overtime period with a striking goal. No. 8 LBSU (10-9) sealed its first win in six games behind three goals from Stewart[Read More…]