This week on the LB Fee Show we talk to Long Beach State Dirtbags coach Eric Valenzuela about the MLB draft, recruiting virtually and Tony Gwynn.
Some golfers joke that course greens fees are how “you pay for the sound” of the ball rattling around the hollow plastic cup. It’s a unique noise that can only be found on the green. Although Long Beach golf courses reopened last weekend, that sound is off the market. The pins have been screwed into […]
All five American Golf courses in Long Beach will be reopened on Saturday morning after almost two months of lying dormant because of COVID-19 shutdowns. The return of golf and other outdoor activities is part of phase two of Long Beach restarting the local economy. “It’s really exciting,” American Golf regional general manager Gary Johnson […]
This week on the podcast we’re updating you on the latest COVID-19 news for Long Beach sports and schools (change is coming!) before interviewing Long Beach Poly boys’ basketball star Peyton Watson. The junior talks about learning from the documentary Last Dance and being recruited as one of the best players in his class. 15:30 […]
The world of recreational sports won’t get back to normal in one fell swoop because COVID-19 closures will likely end piecemeal. Events that are amenable to social distancing will have an advantage, and those activities could include youth baseball and softball. Some local leagues are already getting prepared for an adjusted return to the diamonds. […]
The latest episode of the LB Fee Show features an important conversation with Long Beach State’s Andy Fee and Alan Knipe about #SaveOurSports and how the Beach will be affected. Knipe also talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic is changing his sport and what is coming next for men’s volleyball.
Timing didn’t seem to be on Lakewood High cross country star Aiden Alegria’s side when COVID-19 concerns shut down the Long Beach Unified School District last month. Alegria had high hopes for his senior track season after he easily recorded personal bests in the one and two-mile races during training just days before the season was […]
This week on the podcast Mike and JJ talk to the baseball player brothers Tai and Ricky Tiedemann. Tai also played football at Long Beach Poly, and is currently a minor league baseball player. Ricky is a senior at Lakewood and is about to get drafted. 08:30 Interview With The Brothers Tiedemann 28:00 Quarantine Recommendations […]
Long Beach youth soccer will be forever changed after the U.S. Soccer Federation terminated its nationwide developmental academy league this month because of the COVID-19 pandemic financial impact. “We know that suddenly discontinuing a program that has been with U.S. Soccer for many years is shocking, but these unprecedented times required taking action now,” the […]
Obviously the last month has been chock-full of budget meetings and brainstorm sessions for universities and colleges around the world in an effort to survive the COVID-19 shutdowns. There are still too many unanswered questions to move forward with any certainty, but that didn’t stop five NCAA power conference commissioners from asking the council to […]