The current schedule for ticket sales leaves little room for students to attend the few remaining games.
Rushing fans back into stadiums is counterproductive to all the progress made in battling the coronavirus.
Despite some concerns, Beach Athletics is preparing for student athletes to be able to get paid for their name, image and likeness.
A peculiar season means changes for players and fans alike. Here’s everything you need to know about the spring 2021 season.
The Big West Conference takes its next steps in preparing for the spring season.
Men’s basketball falls short in return from hiatus following COVID-19 caused pause in program.
Both the men’s and women’s basketball programs at Long Beach State have been performing well despite several coronavirus-related setbacks.
Both basketball programs have been paused due to concerns over coronavirus within the department.
Just weeks before the season was set to begin, Big West board of directors announced that no competitive play will be conducted for the 2020-21 season.
In the 36 years of Big West play, the Beach made an impact but failed to sustain itself.