After slaying one of the nation's biggest monsters of college football, University of Nevada quarterback Colin Kaepernick's vision looked something like this:
Finally, the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball got one. A win, that is.
The Cal State Stanislaus Warriors lost a hard fought battle in their final match against Chico State Saturday afternoon with an 88-80 setback in a California Collegiate Athletic Association contest.
Usually after a loss, the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team would have plenty of time to let the misery of defeat sink in with other league games to worry about. Not this time.
Before she arrived at the NCAA Division II West Region Championships on Saturday in frosty Bellingham, Wash., Cal State Stanislaus women's cross country runner Rubye Elhard wasn't sure if this was going to be her final college race.
Afterward, there was no need for the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball players and coaching staff to think this was going to be another long season. It wasn't like the Warriors experienced much of a challenge before Thursday night's California Collegiate Athletic Association opener against Chico State.
When Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball coach Sharon Turner looks down her bench this season, she's not going to find herself scratching her head wondering who to alternate in. That's because she'll have plenty of choices.
Sam Young has been the head coach of Modesto Junior College football for two decades now, guiding the Pirates to many unforgettable memories. During this run, he has kept something important in mind.
Today's forecast in Bellingham, Wash. calls for cold, moist temperatures with the possibility of snow falling. For the Foldager twins of Cal State Stanislaus women's cross country, the conditions aren't a big deal.
Cal State Stanislaus volleyball player Lianne Vicchio was named Thursday to the All-California Collegiate Athletic Association first team, making the outside hitter from Orangevale the first Warrior to earn first-team honors in four years.
FRESNO - By the time it was all over, the mistake seemed almost meaningless. In front of some 200 familiar faces from his days of playing sports in Turlock, an ESPN audience and a crowd of 37,116, University of Nevada senior quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw a rare interception.
Maybe the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team was just going through the motions of a developing program. The way last season went down, it wasn't ideal. The Warriors didn't make much noise in the California Collegiate Athletic Association, highlighted by the fact that they wrapped up the season with winning just one time in the final 10 games.
Cal State Stanislaus sophomore Jio Santana was among those named to the Daktronics/CoSIDA All-West Region team as it was announced on Tuesday.
In a vote by the region's Sports Information Directors, California State University, Stanislaus freshman Karenee Demery was named the Daktronics/CoSIDA West region play of the year on Tuesday.
In a thrilling championship-atmosphere match, the Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team dropped a heartbreaker in the second overtime period.