The Beach hung with the Trojans for most of the game, but ultimately dropped their fourth Pac-12 contest 87-76.
The Beach trailed by just five after the first half, but couldn’t piece it together the rest of the way.
The Cardinal executes stranglehold defense early to blowout the Beach, as 12 players for both teams see action.
After a struggle between the NCAA and state legislators, the collegiate sports governing body is making changes to “modernizing” student-athletes’ financial ambitions.
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.
Long Beach State’s women’s soccer home opener ended in a loss 1-0 against No. 4 UCLA Aug. 25.
The Long Beach State women’s basketball team was unable to leave this Veterans Day with a win after dropping its second match of the season 86-50 against USC. “A higher caliber team makes us better. I saw a lot of good things tonight, but obviously there’s a lot of things[Read More…]
Tensions were high for the Long Beach State Dirtbags as the team held a 5-0 lead heading into the bottom of the ninth against No.11 UCLA. The Bruins managed to score a run to get on the board, following it up with a bases loaded situation and zero outs. Head[Read More…]
Long Beach State junior Clayton Andrews, a talent on both the mound and as a position player, has won Big West Conference player and pitcher of the week for the Dirtbags this season. On Tuesday against No. 17 UCLA, fellow junior Jacob Hughey got in on the “two-way” action after[Read More…]
LOS ANGELES — The two best volleyball teams in the country squared off for the second time in five days Wednesday at Pauley Pavilion. No. 1 Long Beach State men’s volleyball team edged out No. 2 UCLA in a nail biting four set match. LBSU (14-0) came into the match[Read More…]