In 2010, the Cal State Stanislaus women's volleyball team did something they had never done before: notch five straight wins.
When members of the Cal State Stanislaus women's cross country team hit the track this fall, one familiar face won't be among them.
Last year was about rebuilding for the Cal State Stanislaus men's cross country team.
The loss still haunts the Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team. On Nov. 5, 2010, the Warriors suffered their greatest, most heartbreaking blow of the season via a 2-1 defeat in double-overtime against Cal State L.A. in the California Collegiate Athletic Association's postseason tournament. It also happened in front of nearly 700 fans at Warrior Stadium, the place they call home.
Dana Taylor is entering his third season as the head coach of the Cal State Stanislaus men's soccer team. In 2009, he left a Division I power - Oregon State - for Turlock, in hopes of taking the Warriors toward national prominence.
It might not happen this year, but Quentin Breshears could kick a game-winning field goal one day. Or he could punt the ball deep into the other team's territory, granting him high-five's all around.
The Division II Athletics Directors Association announced this week the 2010-11 recipients of the DII ADA Academic Achievement Awards. Eighteen Cal State Stanislaus student-athletes made the list.
Cal State Stanislaus golfer Teddy Schrier will get another shot at the U.S. Amateur Championship this summer. The junior from Atwater has once again earned his way into the tournament after placing second at a qualifying event on Monday in Fresno.
Originally, Missy Corral wasn't on the American International Sports Team softball roster. This was back in November 2010, when she was gearing up for the Stanislaus softball season. Her teammate and roommate, Sara Locarnini, was asked to play for Team AIST Softball. At the time, she wasn't sure.
The Cal State Stanislaus baseball program has announced a walk-on tryout set for 3 p.m. on Aug. 31 at Warrior Field.
With less than two weeks before the start of double-days to prepare for the upcoming season, coach Christina Lore introduced some of the new faces joining the Cal State Stanislaus volleyball team in 2011.
UC Merced named John Sykes as the men's basketball coach and Allen McCreary as women's volleyball coach, the school announced Tuesday. They are the first coaching hires in the NAIA era, which begins in the fall.
The Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars were announced by the GCAA last week and Cal State Stanislaus junior Teddy Schrier was one of 49 golfers in Division II to be selected.
The University of California Merced Golden Bobcats recently released its first official varsity athletic schedule.
Of the 451 student-athletes named California Collegiate Athletic Association All-Academic for the 2010-11 year, 35 of them are from Cal State Stanislaus. The list was released Tuesday.
After 10 years as part of the coaching staff at California State University, Stanislaus, Christina Lore has resigned from her post as head coach of the women's volleyball program.
Call them Road Warriors, or what you will. The Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team has taken down the top seed in the West as the Warriors defeated Western Washington, 1-0, Saturday afternoon.
Living off the free throw line in the second half, the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team rallied to defeat Montana State Billings, 75-68, Saturday night at the Penguin Preseason Challenge.
Jordan Moineau found a great time to score her first goal this season as the junior's golden goal 1:45 into the second overtime gave Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer its first NCAA tournament victory Thursday night.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team was rewarded for being one of the best teams all year long - and ranked as high as No. 3 for two weeks - on Monday as the Warriors received an invitation to participate in the NCAA Division II Championship tournament.
It had the making of a Hollywood ending: A sub-.500 team winning a championship with three penalty kick shootout wins without even scoring a goal during the run.
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