The roof of the Walter Pyramid has a water leak and replacing it will cost millions of dollars.
Tag: LBSU sports
Alex Nikolov accepts professional volleyball deal
Former Long Beach State freshman Alex Nikolov announces departure from CSULB to play professional volleyball in Italy
Big West establishes Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee
The Big West joins the Beach in establishing a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee.
Men’s Volleyball stays motivated during canceled season
The men’s volleyball team had been looking forward to potentially being three-peat title champions before its season was cut. Although the coronavirus has halted sports programs across the nation, the volleyball team remains in high spirits, even using the down time as motivation. “In a sense, it has motivated us,”[Read More…]
Dirtbags deliver in extras
Freshman designated hitter Brock Lundquist’s game winning hit in the bottom of the 13th carried the Long Beach State baseball team past No. 2 UCLA in a 2-1 win at Blair Field on Tuesday night. “[I was] trying to hit the ball up the middle or somewhere in the gap,”[Read More…]
LBSU face UC Davis to open up Big West play
Looking to put its inconsistencies in non-conference play behind, Long Beach State (LBSU) will take on UC Davis in a three-game series on Saturday and Sunday at the 49er Softball Complex. The 49ers (13-18) were on an eight-game losing streak before winning their last three non-conference games. Head coach Kim[Read More…]
No time for a break for LBSU
Players pounded the ground in frustration after letting a kill slam to the ground during the No. 12 Long Beach State men’s volleyball team’s practice Monday afternoon as it prepared to take on No. 5 Pepperdine Thursday night inside the Walter Pyramid. Booming voices echoed off the walls of the[Read More…]
LBSU baseball will square off against Cal State Fullerton in weekend series
The Long Beach State baseball team will take on Big West rivals Cal State Fullerton for a three-game series that starts Friday at Blair Field. The series will count as nonconference. The rivalry between these two teams started in 1989 during Dave Snows 13 year tenure as the Dirtbags head[Read More…]