Three Long Beach State sports teams saw action as the regular season comes to a close.
LBSU women’s soccer upsets Pepperdine University who is ranked No. 8 in the nation.
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Head coach Mauricio Ingrassia announced the addition of seven new freshmen players.
The black-and-blue rivalry lived up to its reputation at the expense of the Beach Sunday night, as the Anteaters scored two second-half goals to hand Long Beach a catastrophic loss.
Ralston Dacanay and Manny Valladares are back to talk about their experiences with their respective beats, such as men’s basketball’s returning redshirts. Then they rundown the latest CSULB women’s volleyball, tennis and soccer action.
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Sinking under the pressure of unbalanced defensive responsibilities, Long Beach State women’s soccer is struggling to earn a chance to defend its conference title.
Long Beach State women’s soccer snapped a three-game losing streak against the Highlanders with several players making significant contributions to the offense.
After an early goal from Elysia Laramie, the Beach threatened to upset Fullerton Thursday, but the Titans showed their strength in the second half.
A well-rested Gaucho’s squad pressured the Beach defense Sunday, scoring an early goal that proved to be the difference.