Saturday Softball CCAA • Humboldt State 8, Stanislaus 0 • Humboldt State 5, Stanislaus 0 Women's tennis CCAA • UC San Diego 6, Stanislaus 3 Sunday Baseball CCAA • Stanislaus 9, Sonoma State 6 • Stanislaus 5, Sonoma State 0
The showdown for the California Collegiate Athletic Association women's tennis championship is now set after the No. 19 Cal State Stanislaus Warriors beat Cal State L.A. 7-2 on Friday in Los Angeles.
Friday Baseball CCAA • Sonoma State 3, Stanislaus 1 • Sonoma State 17, Stanislaus 6 Softball CCAA • Humboldt State 4, Stanislaus 3 • Humboldt State 6, Stanislaus 2 Women's tennis CCAA • Stanislaus 7, Cal State L.A. 2
For the Cal State Stanislaus men's and women's track and field teams, many personal lifetime records and season bests came on a busy day in Southern California meets on Friday.
Cal State San Bernardino golfer Gene Webster, Jr. shattered the tournament record with a blazing performance on Tuesday as he lifted his Coyotes to a furious rally that resulted in a first-place tie with Cal State Stanislaus at the 37th annual Hanny Stanislaus Invitational at the Turlock Golf and Country Club.
The Cal State Stanislaus baseball team never really recovered from the heartbreaking loss in game one on Saturday as No. 4 UC San Diego used two huge innings to handle the Warriors, 18-5, in the series finale on Sunday.
It's been a long time coming, but the Cal State Stanislaus softball team got the pitching performances it needed from its starters. Add that to some timely hitting and near-flawless defense, and the Warriors found the formula for a doubleheader sweep on Friday in Hayward.
UC San Diego showed why it has the top pitching staff, No. 1 offense and is the best fielding team in the California Collegiate Athletic Association on Friday at Warrior Baseball Field.
Saturday Baseball CCAA • Stanislaus 4, San Francisco State 3 • San Francisco State 5, Stanislaus 4 Softball CCAA • Sonoma State 4, Stanislaus 1 • Sonoma State 6, Stanislaus 3
The Cal State Stanislaus baseball team had another late-game surge in the final inning of the Warrior's clash against San Francisco State on Saturday to win 4-3 before losing the second game on Saturday.
Denali Foldager continues to have a good spring track and field season as the sophomore distance runner won the 1500-meter run Saturday at the American River Invitational. Meanwhile, Annie Burlingham leaped to a provisional height in the pole vault.
Joseph Stewart shot a four-under par 68 to help the Cal State Stanislaus men's golf team hold off a furious surge by Chico State and win the Grand Canyon Invitational in Goodyear, Ariz., on Tuesday.
In a pivotal west region match-up, the No. 19 ranked Cal State Stanislaus women's tennis team shut out No. 25 Cal Poly Pomona 9-0 in a California Collegiate Athletic Association contest on Friday.
Saturday Baseball CCAA • Stanislaus 16, Cal State Monterey Bay 6 • Stanislaus 5, Cal State Monterey Bay 2 Softball Tournament of Champions at Pedretti Park • Stanislaus 8, Chaminade 1 • Hawaii Hilo 5, Stanislaus 0 Women's tennis CCAA • Stanislaus 7, Cal State L.A. 2 Sunday Baseball CCAA • Stanislaus 5, Cal State Monterey Bay 1 Softball Tournament of Champions at Pedretti Park • Saint Marin's 3, Stanislaus 2
Cal State Stanislaus' Denali Foldager has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Track & Field Female Athlete of the Week for the week of March 22-28, it was announced on Monday.
California State University, Stanislaus' men's basketball team kicked off the season with a win over Pacifica University on Friday. The Warriors are hoping the win will set the tone for the rest of the season as they shoot for the CCAA championship with a revamped team. Last year the team ended with an overall record of 12-15 and a conference record of 10-12. Stanislaus barely missed a spot in the CCAA Championship Tournament, ...
California State University, Stanislaus' women's basketball team is rebuilding this season, grooming a young team to help make up for the loss of its top three players from last year. The Warrior women are already out to a slow start, dropping their first game against Chico State last week. The keys to development and success this season will hinge on focus, retention and confidence. "Unfortunately, it's something they control more than me," ...
Three members of the Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team and one member of the men's team were named to CoSIDA/Daktronics Soccer All- Region teams.
In their season debut, the Cal State Stanislaus Warriors were impressive as they had little trouble against visiting Pacifica College in an 86-67 win.
The transition from high school to college can be a rough task. Unknown expectations, self doubt and anxiety are all part of the equation when teenagers step onto the collegiate level. This process can be even more nerve-racking for student athletes, who must adjust to the new academic setting and a higher level of competition. Turlock's Kaitlyn James was no exception. James, a 2011 Turlock High School graduate, began her first semester with ...
Vice President and Provost James Strong announced Tuesday that Gabriel Bolton was appointed interim athletics director effective today.
Cal State Stanislaus' top doubles team of Verena Preikschas and Katie Eng had quite a run last weekend at the Fresno State Bulldog Classic. The duo advanced all the way to the doubles championship match before losing to the No. 2 seeded team from Fresno State on Sunday.
A pair of local volleyball players continued their path of success this year with the Holy Names Hawks. Outside hitter Ashley Nickell, a Modesto High graduate, captured the player of the year award and Pitman graduate Kayla Coleman was named Libero of the year; both players have received these honors in two consecutive years. The outstanding play by Nickel and Coleman helped the Hawks finish 16-9 overall and 10-0 in the Cal ...
It's tough to have to play a team four times in a season. In a rematch of the CCAA Championship match, the Warriors' season came down to penalty kick shootout after Chico State and Cal State Stanislaus battled to a 1-1 tie on Friday.
The Cal State Stanislaus volleyball team wrapped up its 2011 season on a high note with a commanding three-set win over Cal State Dominguez Hills on Friday. The Warriors won 25-18, 25-19, 25-15.
All-American Karenee Demery scored three times and Marissa Dunaway assisted on three scores in the Warriors' 4-0 win over Chico State to capture their first California Collegiate Athletic Association title on Sunday at Warrior Stadium. However, Stanislaus (11-4-5 overall) and Chico State (11-6-3 overall) will meet again. The Warriors were awarded the fourth seed in the West Region of the 48-team NCAA Tournament and will play the fifth-seeded Wildcats on Friday at 7 ...
Both the Cal State Stanislaus men's and women's soccer teams are set to participate in this year's California Collegiate Athletic Association Championships at Warrior Stadium on the Stanislaus campus. The eight-team tournament begins with the women's session on Friday, when No. 2 Cal State L.A. (12-3-3, 10-3-3) takes on No. 3 and North Division Champion Chico State (10-5-3, 10-4-2) at 11 a.m. Top-seeded and South Division Champion UC San Diego (13-1-4, 12-1-3) and ...
Sophomore All-American Karenee Demery made sure the seniors go out with a win as she led Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team to a 4-0 victory over Cal State East Bay on Sunday at Warrior Stadium. Demery scored twice and assisted on another as the Warriors beat down the Pioneers to improve to 8-4-4, 7-4-3 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. Demery is tied atop of the Stanislaus record books with 28 career goals. ...
Sending the seniors out in style, the Cal State Stanislaus men's soccer team blew out Cal State East Bay, 3-0, on Sunday in the Warriors' final home match. Daniel Kuczynski scored his team-leading sixth goal of the season and goals by Trevor Grimbleby and Arturo Pulido lifted the Warriors. Stanislaus improved to 10-4-1 overall and 8-5-1 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. The 10-win season is the Warriors' third 10-win season since 2006. The ...
Marina Ghabbour was the top Warrior woman as Cal State Stanislaus women's cross country team finished fifth in a very tight team competition at Saturday's California Collegiate Athletic Association Championships in Santa Rosa. Ghabbour, a redshirt sophomore from Oceanside, led the Warriors with a 15th place finish - good enough for all-CCAA honors. She ran a personal best time of 21 minutes, 58.7 seconds. Alia Gray of Chico State was the conference champion in ...