Two more Cal State Stanislaus track and field athletes have earned provisional marks for this year's NCAA Division II Championships to be held on the Stanislaus campus later this month.
Cal State Stanislaus sophomore third baseman Jordan Flora was named to the All-California Collegiate Athletic Association softball first team, it was announced by the conference office on Thursday. Teammate and senior catcher Missy Corral was a second-team selection.
Andrew Stueve tossed a complete game and got much-needed run support as the Cal State Stanislaus baseball opened a key four-game set against Cal State L.A. with a convincing 7-3 win Friday at Warrior Baseball Field.
Cal State Stanislaus women's tennis junior Verena Preikschas took down Academy of Art's Amal Ben El Hadj in straight sets to advance to the quarterfinal round of the 111th Ojai Valley Tennis Tournament in Ojai.
Cal State Stanislaus sophomore runner Terrance Ellis was named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Male Track and Field Athlete of the Week for his efforts during the week of April 18-24.
The Cal State Stanislaus men's golf team has earned a berth in the 2011 NCAA Division II Golf Championship after receiving one of 10 berths in the NCAA West/Central Regional, set on May 2-4 at the University of New Mexico's University Golf Course in Albuquerque, N.M.
The Cal State Stanislaus softball team wrapped up its 2011 season on a high note, as the Warriors swept San Francisco State with 6-0 and 6-5 wins in Saturday's California Collegiate Athletic Association doubleheader.
The University of California, Merced, was approved for membership in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics this week during the NAIA's national convention in Kansas City, Mo.
Former Cal State Stanislaus standout Melissa Phillips was named the head coach of the Cal State Bakersfield women's soccer team, removing the interim coach tag she acquired after the departure of Nicole Van Dyke to Stanford University in the spring.
In a two-way race for the team championship, the Cal State Stanislaus Warriors were playing among some of the hottest players in the conference this week at Hunter Ranch Golf Course.
There were plenty of low scores on a beautiful Tuesday in the Central Valley as the 38th annual Hanny Stanislaus Invitational came to a close, with changes atop of the standings for the final results.
The Cal State Stanislaus softball team won its first two games to open the Tournament of Champions presented by Mizuno, then took No. 22 Hawaii Pacific to extra innings before losing 5-4.
Over the weekend, the Cal State Stanislaus men's and women's track and field teams showcased their ubiquitous nature by appearing at three different meets during the same time period. No, the Warriors did not buy a teleportation device from eBay. They simply separated into groups to compete at their respective meets.
The Cal State Stanislaus men's golf team is probably looking forward to a week off and being at home for a tournament after the current trip. The Warriors finished seventh at the Grand Canyon Thunderbird Invitational in Phoenix on Tuesday.
After a long and exhausting day, the Cal State Stanislaus softball team wrapped up its season series with Cal State San Bernardino on Saturday with two losses, 14-1 and 14-7, in a California Collegiate Athletic Association road doubleheader in Beaumont.
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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