Friday's rain showers, although much-needed for dry farmland, has caused the Cal State Stanislaus softball and baseball schedules to be shifted this weekend.
The Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team's amazing run came to a shocking end as Chico State edged the Warriors, 81-80, Monday night at the NCAA West Region Championship game.
Clinton Tremelling's three-pointer forced overtime and the Warriors controlled the extra period as the No. 7 seed Cal State Stanislaus beat No. 2 Seattle Pacific, 80-72, in a NCAA Championship West Region game on Friday.
In front of the largest home crowd of the year, the Warriors' women's basketball team survived foul trouble to sweep the season series against Cal State San Bernardino in a 72-63 victory Friday night.
The Warriors softball team started the day on a high but the tide quickly changed in the middle innings of both games as they fell twice on Sunday.
In a dominant performance, the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team stay perfect inside Fitzpatrick Arena this season after a 69-47 win over Sonoma State Saturday night.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team had a golden opportunity to end its recent struggles. However, the Warriors weren't able to produce offensively or stop the Seawolves defensively as Sonoma State ended its own long streak with a 71-58 decision on Saturday.
The longest road trip in the California Collegiate Athletic Association started with a brutal result as the Stanislaus women again weren't able to recover from a poor start in the loss at Humboldt State Thursday night.
The Warriors came up just short in one of the toughest arenas in the CCAA on Thursday as they lost at Humboldt State, 80-76.
Every Warrior who dressed to play logged minutes and scored as the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team heads into the holiday break with an easy 104-53 win over Pacifica Friday night.
Ryan Donnelly chose Cal State Stanislaus and couldn't be happier.
Is isn't too much of a surprise that Karenee Demery was named Daktronics/CoSIDA West Region Player of the Year award for the third time, it was announced on Monday. The senior forward led the Warriors to an undefeated regular season and a second CCAA Championship this fall.
One minor mistake became the determining factor in the California State University, Stanislaus women's soccer team's great season, as they fell to Cal State San Bernardino in the second round of the NCAA Championship tournament.
This one counts for Riley Holladay. In just 22 minutes of play, the freshman from Reno scored 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Cal State Stanislaus over Cal Maritime, 74-55, in the Warriors' regular season opener Thursday night.
A year ago, the women's soccer team gathered at Warrior Stadium to find out whether they would get an invitation to the NCAA tournament as an at-large team. Today, having already earned a spot as the CCAA Champions, the Warriors' questions were more of the who and when variety.
Pitman High grad David Gianesin is hoping his talents on the gridiron will shine this weekend as he participates in the USA Football Bowl Festival - a four-day event that includes the USA Professional Leagues Testing Combine and an all-star game featuring senior players from the Division I, I-AA, Division II, Division III and NAIA levels.
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