Long Beach State’s women’s basketball and volleyball teams had memorable runs during the ‘80s and ‘90s.
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While athletics has had their ups and downs, the 1990s was a decade where players found success in their respective sports. Volleyball and baseball were two sports that reached their pinnacle during these 10 years.
Senior libero Hailey Harward moves past Misty May-Treanor on the all-time dig list, but Long Beach falls to Florida 3-2.
If you walked into the back of Rascals, a teriyaki grill on Bellflower, you’d see a wall lined with Long Beach State sports memorabilia and posters, mostly representing women’s sports. The items in the black and yellow shrine were not donated by the university, but by retired Long Beach residents[Read More…]
Before every match, Megan Kruidhof sits in the locker room and listens to “Put Your Record On” by Corinne Bailey Rae. After pumping herself up, she walks into the stadium with her shoelaces untied. This is a pre-game tradition she said she created on her own. Once Kruidhof gets on the[Read More…]
Cal State Long Beach alumna Misty May-Treanor was presented a key to the city of Long Beach by Mayor Robert Garcia before the city council meeting Tuesday evening. Former teammates, friends, family and Long Beach State women’s volleyball coach Brian Gimmillaro attended the ceremony. May-Treanor is considered one of the[Read More…]