The Long Beach State softball team has gone toe-to-toe with the best teams in the country this season, and last week was no different at their own Louisville Slugger Invitational hosted at the LBSU Softball Complex. No. 21 LBSU (19-7) won three of five games, and narrowly lost to No. 3 UCLA on Sunday 6-5 […]
The No. 21 Long Beach State softball team led early against No. 3 UCLA on Sunday in front of a huge crowd at LBSU Softball Complex, but the Beach couldn’t hold on in a 6-5 loss to finish the Louisville Slugger Invitational. LBSU (19-7) got on the board in the first inning when sophomore Taylor […]
A slow start in Sunday’s series finale doomed Long Beach State at No. 8 Texas A&M in a 5-1 loss. The Dirtbags (5-11) only scored one run in each of the three games in College Station, Texas. The Aggies (16-1) scored four unearned runs in the second inning to take early command of the game. LBSU’s […]
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Great action shots from our own Stephen Dachman
The Wilson boys’ golf team won two of three matches at the De La Salle Quad Classic at San Ramon Golf Club (Par 72) in San Ramon on Saturday. The Bruins (3-3) posted a team score of 394, which was good enough to defeat Campolindo (395) and Santa Margarita (408), however the they lost to […]
CIF State Boys’ Basketball Division 3 Regional Quarterfinals No. 5 St. Anthony at No. 4 Knight, 6:30 p.m. St. Anthony (28-3) is taking a long trip to Palmdale for its second playoff game in four days. The Saints rolled past Buena in the first round on Wednesday while Knight (25-6) dominated Redwood 76-47. Knight is […]
Despite scoring first the Long Beach State Dirtbags (5-9) lost the first game of the weekend series at No. 8 Texas A&M 3-1. LBSU junior Jarren Duran hit a double on the first pitch of the game, and he scored on an RBI single from freshman Chris Jimenez. Duran had three of the Dirtbags’ three […]
Wilson boys’ lacrosse beat LA Jordan 18-0 on Friday to improve to 3-0 on the season. The Bruins got a game-high four goals from sophomore Charley Littleworth. Sophomore Noah McLaughlin and freshman Kyle Paz each scored a hat trick.