Two weeks after promising eligibility relief for the season lost to COVID-19 closures, the NCAA Division I Council voted on Monday to, “allow schools to provide spring-sport student-athletes an additional season of competition.” Rules and regulation concerning scholarship size and five-year periods of competition are all being adjusted to accommodate spring teams carrying five classes […]
This week on the podcast we’re are talking about The562.org hosting a video game tournament for Long Beach high school students this weekend. 04:45 ESports Kids Trained For Quarantine Survival 07:00 NFLers Juju Smith-Schuster & John Ross Playing Video Games 12:00 More ESports Tournaments 13:00 Preview For “Smash Bros. Tourney” 14:00 Interview With Tournament Organizer […]
There wasn’t much new information to give, but Long Beach State Dirtbags first-year coach Eric Valenzuela organized a program-wide conference call on Monday afternoon to check in with his players and staff. “The only thing we can do is continue to communicate with our players and make sure they stay on it academically to be […]
There is big news coming from the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The NCAA promised to rule on eligibility relief after canceling its spring sports championships earlier this month, and next week the Council Coordination Committee will announce its decision on how to deal with the seniors who had their final season cut short by COVID-19. […]
This week on the podcast we’re updating you on all of the latest news from the Long Beach Unified School District, the CIF State office, the Long Beach State Athletics Department and more.
This week on the show we’re talking to Long Beach State athletics director Andy Fee about how the school and department are shutdown this week, and what’s next at LBSU. Episode 51 – In Depth About Long Beach State’s COVID – 19 Precautions by lbsuathletics No guest today for an in-depth discussion of COVID-19 and […]
Lately I’ve been thinking about Mr. Miyagi’s famous quotes from The Karate Kid. Pearls of wisdom like, “It’s okay to lose to an opponent, it’s never okay to lose to fear” or “If the root is strong, the tree will survive” seem more poignant nowadays. Of all the beautiful advice written by Robert Mark Kaman […]
This was supposed to be the first of many LB In MLB updates for the local professional baseball players taking part in Spring Training. This season was also supposed to be the beginning of a new generation of Long Beach baseball products stealing the headlines. Veterans Troy Tulowitzki and Evan Longoria are retired or wrapping […]
This week on the show we’re updating the latest information on how Long Beach sports is dealing with Coronavirus by cancellation, postponement, new rules and more.
The Big West Conference announced today that it is indefinitely suspending all spring conference and non-conference competition. The decision was made after the cancellation of the basketball tournament, and is effective immediately. The Long Beach State Dirtbags were flying to New Orleans today for a non-conference series against Tulane. LBSU Athletic Director Andy Fee said […]