Long Beach couldn’t play spoiler during Hawaii’s senior night, as the Rainbow Wahine claimed the Big West Conference Friday night.
After the team’s 28-2 season that culminated with them reclaiming their mantle as NCAA champions, the Beach were presented with rings and cheers at the Walter Pyramid.
Hailey Harward’s milestone of 1,500 digs has catapulted her rising status in CSULB women’s volleyball history.
The Beach seniors come up big in upset win over the Mustangs Saturday night at the Walter Pyramid.
A well-balanced attack from the Beach was too much to handle for the Gauchos in a three-set sweep Friday night.
Hosts Ralston Dacanay and Manny Valladares give their thoughts on the controversial Long Beach State identity change and talk about the return of men’s volleyball. Then Daily Forty-Niner sports editor Mark Lindahl joins the show talk about LA traffic, his thoughts on “the Beach” name change and men’s basketball’s tough season-opening loss at UCLA.
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The Beach showcased an all-around effort in Irvine, dominating the Anteaters on both sides of the net in the Black-and-Blue Rivalry.
Long Beach State loses 3-2 after a questionable touch call goes to the Aggies on the final point.
The Beach continued its Big West home win-streak with a sweep against UC Riverside in an all-around team effort.
The Beach defeated the Matadors in five sets despite giving up an early 2-0 lead behind sophomore outside hitter Kashauna Williams.