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The Fullerton College men's basketball team celebrates with the CCCAA trophy.

Fullerton College men’s basketball captures fourth state crown

On a night where championship hardware was up for grabs, the Fullerton College men’s basketball team outlasted the City

After dropping the first game of the Silicon Valley Classic II, CSUF softball have won three straight games.

CSUF softball leaves Silicon Valley Classic II with a winning record

CSUF softball trekked north to Santa Clara, California to participate in the Silicon Valley Classic II. The Titans lost

Cal State Fullerton men's basketball team manager Sammy Jones spins a basketball after a team practice.

Team manager Sammy Jones has his one shining moment

Chants of “Sammy!” brought Titan Gym to life on what was supposed to be an ordinary night of Cal

After dropping the first two games of the series against Stanford, CSUF baseball win the series finale on a walk-off hit in the ninth inning.

CSUF baseball avoids sweep in walk-off fashion

After losing the first two games of the home series opener to Stanford, Cal State Fullerton baseball avoided getting

Cal State Fullerton guards Raina Perez and Hannah Thompson watch a teammate shoot a free throw

CSUF women’s basketball set to host UC Irvine

After snapping its six-game losing streak with a 74-62 win over UC Santa Barbara, CSUF women’s basketball look to

CSUF men's basketball defense kept the No. 2 best offense in the Big West, Long Beach State, at bay.

CSUF men’s basketball looks to defend four-game win streak

With both teams on winning streaks, only one team will be able to keep their streak intact when Cal

The New York Times' sports reporter Marc Stein holds the Curt Gowdy Media Award presented by the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame

CSUF alumnus Marc Stein honored by Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame

Marc Stein, a CSUF almunus, was named as one of the recipients of the 2019 Curt Gowdy Media Award

CSUF women's basketball guard Jade Vega has started in 19 of 20 games for the Titans this season.

CSUF women’s basketball looking to end losing skid

With both teams on the opposite sides of the spectrum, CSUF women’s basketball will look to end their three-game


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