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In his 33rd season as head coach of the men and women’s track and field team at Cal State Fullerton, John Elders led his team over hurdles dur…

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As Cal State Fullerton Athletics makes its return, COVID-19 cases rise throughout the country and questions on whether it is safe for college …

As the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted college athletics this year, Cal State Fullerton women’s tennis head coach, Dianne Matias, worked on the …

Just weeks away from the start of the Cal State Fullerton’s men’s and women’s basketball seasons, athletes from all sports are showing that ti…

For the first time since 1988 and seventh time in franchise history, the Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series champions after beating the Tamp…

Preparing for the world after college can be a monumental task, especially for college athletes. But for Jeff Harada, the head coach of the wo…

Major League Baseball only played a total of 60 regular season games due to the COVID-19 pandemic, instead of a normal full season with 162 games. 

It has been an active year for Cal State Fullerton baseball; 12 alumni were on Opening Day rosters across the major league, the most by any sc…


This past Sunday was supposed to be the day that the Cal State Fullerton volleyball team reported for their first official team meeting of the new year. But, just like every other athletic program across the country, COVID-19 has changed the course of another season, this time for fall sports. As conferences try to figure […]

Sports at Cal State Fullerton will have to wait, as the Big West Conference announced on Wednesday that all fall sports will be postponed through the end of the calendar year.  The decision will affect CSUF’s women’s tennis and volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer and golf, along with women’s cross country. “In making the decision, […]

As Southern California schools like UCLA, USC and the University of San Diego have learned how their fall sports season will begin, Cal State Fullerton will have to wait another week to learn its fate.  After announcing on June 15 that a decision on the state of fall sports would be made no later than […]

While schools are unsure when college sports will return, Cal State Fullerton’s athletics does know it will see new competition in conference play across all sports events as Cal State Bakersfield and UC San Diego officially joined the Big West on Wednesday.  “The admittance of CSU Bakersfield and UC San Diego brings tremendous excitement, enriches […]

Cal State Fullerton has announced that five of its softball seniors will be returning to the team in 2021 after last season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Pitcher Sophie Frost, catcher Julia Valenzuela, outfielder Kelsie Whitmore, infielder Zoe Richard and utility player Irie Siofele will be the group of seniors that will […]

After not being selected in the 2020 MLB Draft, Cal State Fullerton baseball pitcher Tanner Bibee will return for his senior season after a solid 2020 campaign before competition was suspended.  “I wanted to come back and kind of finish out what I started,” Bibee said. This was not the first time Bibee had flirted […]

Just as the Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball team was on their way to the Honda Center to open up the Big West Tournament on March 12, the Big West joined other conferences throughout the NCAA in canceling their conference tournaments and the rest of spring sports. As CSUF’s spring semester draws to a close […]

Raina Perez, the 2019-20 Big West women’s basketball player of the year, announced on Instagram that she will be transferring to North Carolina State to play basketball next season for the Wolfpack. She will graduate this spring and has a final season of eligibility remaining as graduate transfer. “Raina has had a great two-year run […]

Night three of “The Last Dance” focuses on the many faces of Michael Jordan: the competitor, the gambler, the role model and the brand. Jordan is known as the greatest basketball player of all time, but before all else, he is a competitor. Without his sickening competitive spirit, he would not have become the greatest […]

For the fifth time in its 51-year history, the Big West Conference Presidents and Chancellors announced the appointment of Dan Butterly as the conference’s new commissioner on Monday.  Butterly worked with the Mountain West Conference for the past 21 years, and recently served as senior associate commissioner, where he was the primary liaison between the […]

After a successful Cal State Fullerton basketball career, Jackson Rowe will take his game to France after signing with the Chorale de Roanne Basket in the Jeep Elite Pro-A League, the country’s top-tier men’s professional league. After missing the first 11 games of the season due to injury, Rowe averaged a team-leading 15.6 points and […]

Night two of the ESPN and Netflix documentary series “The Last Dance” premiered on Sunday. The focal points of the episodes were Dennis Rodman’s eccentricity, Phil Jackson’s leadership and Michael Jordan’s growth into a champion. The third episode began with an insight into who Rodman is as a person. He was kicked out of his […]

The 2020 NFL Draft proceeded with the annual occasion being conducted virtually this year, omitting the grand spectacle that viewers have seen in the past. Instead of the typical draft war room, general managers and coaches stayed at home with several computers and phones to communicate with others within their organization and across the NFL. […]

Since mid-March, all sports leagues suspended play due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most notably, the NBA suspended play indefinitely alongside the NHL, while the MLB postponed the start of the season. April is a significant month for sports: it’s when the NCAA basketball champions are crowned, marks the beginning of a new baseball season,  golf’s […]

Just over a month has gone by without any sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MLB would have had its opening day, the NBA playoffs would have begun and fans would have planned their NFL draft parties. With the possibility that the pandemic could continue through the rest of 2020 and maybe longer, the NFL […]

Night one of the highly-anticipated documentary series “The Last Dance” premiered Sunday night. The series tells the story of Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls’ quest for their sixth championship in eight years.  It will air on ESPN in the United States and Netflix internationally from April 19 to May 17. The series shows […]

Even though the NCAA offered an extra year of eligibility for spring athletes who had their seasons canceled due to the novel coronavirus, it has been left to the universities to decide whether or not to extend that offer to their student athletes.  While some universities are not allowing seniors to return, Cal State Fullerton […]

After the cancellation of spring sports for the 2020 season, Cal State Fullerton Athletics has lost approximately $1.05 million in revenue this fiscal year from ticket sales, corporate sponsorships and facility rentals, said Summer Rivera, CSUF Athletics chief financial officer. Included in the financial blow is a 70% loss of NCAA funding that is provided […]

With the absence of most in-person sports events, ESPN’s and Netflix’s highly anticipated sports docuseries based on basketball legend Michael Jordan’s last season with the Chicago Bulls in 1997-98 will be released ahead of schedule to help quench the need for sports. “The Last Dance,” directed by Jason Hehir, will release two of its 10 […]

CSUF men’s basketball head coach Dedrique Taylor announced on Wednesday that five newcomers along with fall signee Dante Maddox will join the program for the 2020-21 season.  Josh Hall is one of the more notable signees as he brings postseason experience to the team. On the Nevada Wolfpack in the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons, Hall […]