The Long Beach State women’s basketball team has been practicing outdoors at the Rhodes Tennis Center after months of dealing with coronavirus-related restrictions. Outdoor practices began for the Beach’s basketball programs on Oct. 12. Regardless of weekly testing and new guidelines players have to now follow, including maintaining a social[Read More…]
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The Beach dominated in a Big West conference matchup Friday, winning 6-1 against the Titans at Rhodes Tennis Center.
CSULB tennis loses two in a row and the first of a nine-game homestand.
After dropping their first match of the season, the Beach have now rattled off four straight wins and look to keep the momentum going.
The team hopes the three-day tournament will allow it to build off its success at UNLV.
Long Beach State women’s tennis looks to tame the Weber State Wildcats (9-4) Friday at home in an 11 a.m. matchup that requires it to build off its previous win against Cal Poly. Both teams have struggled in its doubles matches, losing its last two doubles points this season. Ideally,[Read More…]
A perfect March ended for Long Beach State women’s tennis team, as the team suffered a close 4-3 loss Saturday against Purdue at the Rhodes Tennis Center. LBSU (6-6) and Purdue (7-7) fought until the last game of the match, where 49er freshman Sadaf Sadeghvaziri fell against Boilermakers’ Seira Shimizu[Read More…]
Long Beach State women’s tennis was upset 6-1 by Loyola Marymount in a match full of controversy. Multiple decisions by the umpires were questioned by both coaches, creating a tense atmosphere at the Rhodes Tennis Center. “I think there were some interesting antics going on with the other team today,”[Read More…]
Long Beach State women’s tennis head coach Jenny Hilt-Costello went through the most challenging period of her life during the 2004 season. She faced the struggle of chemotherapy fatigue and played the most trying set of her career when she was diagnosed with endometrial cancer. Although she went through extensive[Read More…]
The “Come on Beach” screams by fans and teammates at the Rhodes Tennis Center were not enough for Long Beach State women’s tennis (2-2, 1-1 Big West) on Saturday. Despite grinding until the final sets, the 49ers lost 5-2 against their Big West Conference rivals, the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine (2-1,[Read More…]