After splitting a doubleheader on Sunday, Cal Poly Pomona pulled off a solid performance and series finale win, 3-1, on Monday.
After a successful softball career at Hilmar High, Stesha Brazil traveled to the University of Houston to strike out on her own and continue her playing days. A year passed at Houston and Brazil quickly found herself missing the familiar, more specifically her family, and so she decided to return to the Valley, mitt in hand. Now, Brazil is a Fresno State Bulldog helping her new team chase the top spot in the WAC - all while her family watches.
In the final two games of the six-game series, host Hawaii Hilo was not very hospitable to the Warriors as Cal State Stanislaus lost both games on Friday, 9-1 and 6-2.
No. 1 ranked UC San Diego made it 23 in a row as the Tritons defeated Cal State Stanislaus, 85-51, Saturday night at the RIMAC Arena.
The Warriors snapped a two-game skid and won on the road as they defeated UC San Diego in a low scoring affair, 55-42, Saturday night.
Fresno Pacific scored nine unanswered runs and put up a crooked number in the seventh to pull away with a 9-2 win over Cal State Stanislaus late Monday night.
Maecie Ireland has been playing soccer since the fifth grade. Her playing days started with the Turlock Tornadoes where she played for four years and developed an appreciation for the sport. When junior high was over Ireland joined the Turlock Bulldogs as well as the Modesto Ajax, committing herself to a rigorous schedule for the love of the game. Now, with her high school days nearing their end, Ireland has decided to extend her dedication to the sport, signing with California State Stanislaus.
The Warriors made all six free throw attempts in the final seconds as they held off the San Francisco State Gators in a 72-68 win Friday night.
It was another great effort by the Cal State Stanislaus women's and men's basketball teams on Saturday night, but both Warrior squads fell to visiting Sonoma State.
At 6 feet, 6 inches Mason Russell looks like he was born to play football, and it seems famed coach Larry Coker agrees. The 290-pound Turlock High alumnus recently agreed to take his talents to the new football program at the University of Texas at San Antonio, fulfilling one of his many goals.
The expected offensive showdown turned out to be just that Saturday night - and Cal State Stanislaus exploded for its best scoring night with a 93-82 victory over Cal State East Bay.
Despite playing with just seven Warriors in uniform, the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team put up a good fight before falling to Cal State East Bay, 67-59, Saturday night.
The men's and women's basketball teams at California State University, Stanislaus wrapped up a run of four straight home games Saturday night against Cal State Dominguez Hills. The men's team played a close game, winning by the nail biting score of 59-58. Stanislaus' women also beat Dominguez Hills in a close matchup, defeating the Toros 57-53.
The Stanislaus men's basketball team will begin a four-game homestand this week with a pair of CCAA games. The Warriors will host UC San Diego on Friday and Cal State San Bernardino on Saturday.
The men's basketball team at California State University, Stanislaus blew by Dominican University Thursday 82-68. The Warriors (7-2) were led by Reggie Jones who finished the game with 24 points, 17 of which came in the first quarter. Jones also recorded 10 rebounds against the Penguins (1-10) who surprised those in attendance with a competitive first half.
According to a poll of league coaches, Cal State Stanislaus has been picked to claim the 2014 California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) women's soccer title, it was announced Tuesday.
The 7th annual Running of the Warriors event saw nearly 250 runners - including members of Turlock and Pitman highs cross country teams - come out to launch the start of the California State University, Stanislaus cross country season.
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