The Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team lost handily 89-52 to Division I's University of Pacific on Saturday night in Stockton.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team won in overtime for the second time in a week after they defeated Notre Dame de Namur 81-80 Friday at the CCAA/PacWest Challenge in San Francisco.
The Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team will face staggering odds today in the form of the University of Pacific Tigers, the Division I power that has had a history of stomping all over the Warriors.
Despite not being rewarded by the California Collegiate Athletic Association soccer coaches, Cal State Stanislaus junior forward Andres Zamora got recognized at the regional level as he was named to the NSCAA/Performance Subaru All-West Region third team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of American on Monday.
Cal State Stanislaus junior cross country runner Rubye Elhard recorded a better time than she did at the NCAA West Regionals with a run of just under 23 minutes to place 69th at the Division II Championships on Saturday at E.P. Tom Sawyer Park in Louisville, Ky.
Before the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team continues California Collegiate Athletic Association play, the Warriors will throw themselves into a two-day challenge known as the CCAA/PacWest Challenge at San Francisco State.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team overcame an 18-0 second-half run by the visiting Sonoma State Seawolves to eke out a 78-74 overtime victory in California Collegiate Athletic Association action Friday night.
For the fourth time this season the Warriors' defense was able to hold their opposition down offensively. But Cal State Stanislaus was not able to recover from a nightmare of a first half in a 64-50 loss to Sonoma State on their home court Friday night.
After slaying one of the nation's biggest monsters of college football, University of Nevada quarterback Colin Kaepernick's vision looked something like this:
Finally, the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball got one. A win, that is.
The Cal State Stanislaus Warriors lost a hard fought battle in their final match against Chico State Saturday afternoon with an 88-80 setback in a California Collegiate Athletic Association contest.
Usually after a loss, the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team would have plenty of time to let the misery of defeat sink in with other league games to worry about. Not this time.
Before she arrived at the NCAA Division II West Region Championships on Saturday in frosty Bellingham, Wash., Cal State Stanislaus women's cross country runner Rubye Elhard wasn't sure if this was going to be her final college race.
Afterward, there was no need for the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball players and coaching staff to think this was going to be another long season. It wasn't like the Warriors experienced much of a challenge before Thursday night's California Collegiate Athletic Association opener against Chico State.
For the sixth time this season - and the second time in this series - the Cal State Stanislaus baseball was held scoreless on Sunday as the Warriors dropped the finale, 8-0, to Cal State East Bay.
Justin Charles capped a perfect day Friday with the perfect ending.
Austin Keaton was riding high in 2010. The former Pitman High standout had secured a roster spot with Culver-Stockton College's baseball program-his only scholarship offer-and was on his way to fulfilling his collegiate athletic dreams But after a year in Canton, Mo. with the Wildcats something was missing. Keaton was finding success on the baseball field but something was gnawing at him, telling him to look back home to the Valley. It ...
Cal State Stanislaus' Marina Ghabbour set a school record in the mile run at Boise State's Jacksons Indoor Invitational to highlight the Warriors' day on Saturday. Ghabbour, who also helped the distance medley relay team to a new school mark on Friday, posted a time of 5:03.50 to finish ninth behind all Division I athletes. "Marina had a pretty good weekend with a couple of school records," coach Diljeet Taylor said. "It was a ...
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team was not able to get much offense going for the second night in a row, this time against a hot team as Cal State Monterey Bay won 70-44 Saturday night.
It came down to the final moments of the game in a very tightly-contested battle - and the visiting Cal State Monterey Bay Otters ended up on top with a 78-74 win Saturday night at Fitzpatrick Arena.
An 11-0 run by Cal State L.A. in the middle of the second half turned the tide on Cal State Stanislaus as the Warriors dropped another close game this weekend, this time a 64-58 decision. Nick Hodge led the Warriors with 16 points as one of three Warriors to score in double figures but that wasn't quite enough. Cal State Stanislaus dropped its second straight road game and fell to 6-8 overall and 3-7 in ...
Briana Cotton found the right time to get hot Saturday night. Her long-range bombs, and Lauren Godde's 28-point night, propelled the Warriors to their first CCAA win of the season in a 72-65 victory over Sonoma State.
A late rally by the Warriors came up just a little shy of taking over the game as Sonoma State held on by making its free throws for a 70-67 decision Saturday night at Fitzpatrick Arena.
The 2011-12 women's basketball season was supposed to be a great opportunity for Camille Roberts. The recently graduated Turlock Bulldog had made her way onto Modesto Junior College's starting roster, fulfilling a dream 14 years in the making, and was averaging 11 points a game as a freshman as she worked to draw the attention of four year universities. The Pirates were 10-4 and Roberts was on the brink of a breakout season ...
Turlock Christian went two for three at this year's West Coast Jamboree in Dublin. Competing in the Onyx Division, the Eagles earned a first day win over McKinleyville High, 48-44, fell short against International High on Friday 59-32, and bounced back against Berean Christian on Saturday to earn their 10th win in 11 games with a 48-45 victory. "It was a very close first game but we were able to pull off the ...
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team picked up its first win of the season just before the Warriors turned the calendar as they beat Holy Names, 68-61, Saturday night.
Chico State didn't miss many shots and the Warriors were not on target with their field goal tries as the Wildcats came into Fitzpatrick Arena on fire and left Turlock with an 86-48 win on Saturday.
California State University, Stanislaus students may be on winter break, but the University's basketball teams don't get a Christmas vacation. This year, CSU Stanislaus is looking to keep Fitzpatrick Arena full even through the holidays – with a little help from the Turlock community. "We're just trying to get the community to come out and support," CSU Stanislaus Director of Athletics Mike Matoso said. Rather than have the Warriors play before ...
Four starters scored in double figures and Ray Mitchell turned in another double-double performance as the Warriors defeated previous unbeaten Cal Baptist, 88-78.