Warriors Paul Smith and Rob Damschen are among a total of 109 players across eight regions - East, Atlantic, Southeast, South, Midwest, South Central, Central and West - who earned Division II PING All-Region honors for 2013 by the GCAA.
Turlock has been David Gianesin's home for the past 10 years. It's where he made the transition from boy to adolescence to young man and it's where he honed his skills as a football player. But the Valley isn't the only place in Gianesin's heart, there's still occupied space for his first home-Pennsylvania.
The Cal State Stanislaus men's golf team's season came to a sudden end as the Warriors just missed out on qualifying for the NCAA team match play rounds. The Warriors were one of many to score in the 300s on another hot and humid Wednesday as they ended up in ninth place after three rounds.
For the third straight meet, CSU Stanislaus' Thomas Gesser nailed another personal best in the hammer throw as the senior earned an All-American award on Thursday at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
Imagine this: A longtime softball player loses interest in the sport after graduating high school. She enrolls in a junior college, decides to run track, and becomes a contender almost instantly. Without any prior training or experience, she clocks in three seconds shy of the school record in the 800m, places first in the event at the Northern California Community College Track and Field Championships, is named the first seed heading into the State tournament, finishes fourth at State and becomes an All-American-all while putting in 35 plus hours a week at her full time job.
Marina Ghabbour and Aman Hundal will have a chance to become All-Americans for the second time this season. The middle distance runners will be joined by Denali Foldager and Channing Wilson when the Warriors travel to compete at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field National Championships.
Three years ago Vince Wheeland helped lead Turlock High into the Division I South San Joaquin Section Championship game against St. Mary's High. The then senior finished the season with a .74 ERA, 13 wins, and 147 strike outs over the course of 85 innings and was named the MVP of the Bulldogs, the Central California Conference, and the Stanislaus District, as well as making the all-state team. With his productivity and power from the hill, few were surprised when Big 12 contender Oklahoma State University recruited him.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's track team posted many first place finishes at two sites over the weekend. Additionally, a couple of provisional qualifying times were met at the American River Invitational in Sacramento.
The first day of this year's Tournament of Champions didn't go as planned for California State University, Stanislaus. Two days after snapping an eight game losing streak with a pair of victories over Montana State-Billings University, the Warriors again found themselves in the loser's bracket as they fell to Sonoma State University, 5-7, Western Oregon University, 6-7, and Notre Dame de Namur, 8-10.
The Mizuno Tournament of Champions, hosted by Cal State Stanislaus through Sunday, offers collegiate softball programs the opportunity to compete with 26 teams from across the state and region in a three-day event.
The baseball season came to a disappointing end as the Cal State East Bay Pioneers topped the Warriors, 6-5, in a 13 inning affair. With the loss, the Warriors dropped their last five games and were swept for the second time this season in CCAA play.
The Warriors came away with two individual conference titles, a relay title and several podium finishes during the final day of competition at the 2015 CCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field Championships.