A big first half was enough to carry Long Beach State men’s basketball to an 82-80 win at Cal State Fullerton tonight. The Beach led for most of the game, and the victory snapped a six-game losing streak against the Titans. LBSU (3-3, 2-1) shot over 50 percent from the floor on the night and […]
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It’s been years since a local product was consistently producing for Long Beach State men’s basketball, but Jadon Jones is trying to buck that trend. Jones led St. Anthony High to the CIF-SS Open Division playoffs as a senior last year, and already made his first start for LBSU last weekend. In just the fourth […]
This week on the show we’re talking about how and why club football is giving Long Beach student-athletes an opportunity to participate. We also catch up with Cabrillo High soccer coach Pat Noyes to talk about how his players are doing, and finally we give you our NFL playoff predictions. 01:00 Club football is here, […]
While we happily put 2020 in our collective rear view mirror, I hope the high school sports community uses the harsh lessons learned over the past year to get creative in the new one. Like most of you, I miss the normal sports schedule, but I think it’s counterproductive to hold out hope for any […]
We’re happily saying goodbye to 2020 by taking a look back at some of our best interviews of the last year with Long Beach Poly football coach Stephen Barbee, basketball star Peyton Watson, Wilson track and field star Rachel Glenn, Softball Gatorade State Player of The Year Tiare Jennings, Long Beach State athletic director Andy […]
Twenty-five years ago, the best junior college football team in the country was at Long Beach City College when the Vikings were using an improvised offense to make history. Twenty-five years later, college teams are still using the same offense. “There’s no way we thought we’d be a national championship caliber team,” said Neo Aoga, […]
Basketball has been a one-of-a-kind experience for Crystal Hogan. The Long Beach State alum didn’t play until she was in high school, and never planned to keep it as part of her life. But last year she was the only female referee working NCAA Division I men’s basketball games. “We still don’t know how many […]
This week on the show we’re talking about Long Beach interests in professional sports. First we breakdown the most important story lines for Long Beach representatives in the NFL, and then we give some NBA predictions for local teams. 01:00 LB In NFL 26:00 What do you expect from this NBA season?
This week on the show we’re breaking down what the new tier system of sports safety means for California high school sports. We also catch up with Compton native Crystal Hogan who is one of only a few female referees to have worked NCAA men’s basketball games. 01:30 What do the California sports tiers mean? […]