The Cal State Stanislaus cross country teams not only hosted the Stanislaus Invitational on Saturday but the Warriors proved they can also dominate their own event.
To conclude last season, the Cal State Stanislaus men's golf team finished sixth at the Division II National Championship under first-year coach John Cook. It marked the seventh time the Warriors earned a top six finish since 2000.
Friday's grand opening of Warrior Stadium was historic in more ways than one.
Even against Division I competition, members of the Cal State Stanislaus cross country teams were able to stand out at Sacramento State's Hornet Jamboree at the Granite Regional Park on Saturday.
The streak is over.
FRESNO - Anthony Harding had no reason to stay, so he disappeared into the night.
Cal State Stanislaus cross country runners Joey Nunes and Denali Foldager unleashed statement races on Saturday.
Victor Regalado, Edgar Santana, Jose Velasquez and John Powell all made Thursday night a historic moment for the Cal State Stanislaus men's soccer program.
It seems like the Cal State Stanislaus men's soccer team is gradually becoming a serious threat to every opponent.
It didn't take long for the Cal State Stanislaus men's soccer players to let people know who owned Warrior Stadium, as they gave the home crowd a lot to cheer about early on.
At today's Running of the Warriors on the Cal State Stanislaus campus starting at 9 a.m., community members will lead off this second annual fundraiser that covers five kilometers.
Gabriel Bolton remembers the old days, when his Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team played on a less-than-stellar field. It had a beatup scoreboard and was infested with gophers that dug dangerous holes when his players weren't storming the ground.
The Cal State Stanislaus volleyball players and coaches can all go to the California Collegiate Athletic Association Web site and discover that not a lot is expected from them.
Imagine allowing 21 shots - with six of them on target - and walking away in a good mood.
Both Cal State Stanislaus men's and women's teams have been chosen to finish somewhere in the middle of the North Division races in the upcoming 2009 California Collegiate Athletic Association seasons, according to polls of league coaches released earlier this week.
The Journal tracked down Turlock High graduate and former Bulldog basketball standout Travis Souza fresh off his final game for the University of California, Irvine, where he made school history. Here's what Souza had to say:
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