The other day, Cal State Stanislaus baseball coach Kenny Leonesio scanned the 2010 team roster and read aloud the role sheet like an elementary school teacher on his first day of class. There were quite a few unfamiliar names, and not so many old ones.
Hearts were broken and hopes were dashed in a city called St. George in Utah, where the Cal State Stanislaus softball players ended their 2009 season.
Both the Cal State Stanislaus women's and men's basketball teams claimed victory Friday night in back to back home court wins over San Francisco State.
Guard Christin Gowan had many reasons to be nervous, but she wasn't.
With about 20 seconds left, Cal State Stanislaus guard Prince Abidoye lofted up a shot. It went sailing, as at least a couple of his teammates on the bench stood up in anticipation. It went in.
Annie Burlingham and the Foldager sisters led Cal State Stanislaus on the opening day of the Indoor Track & Field season on Saturday, as the Warriors started the 2010 season at the Cherry and Silver Invitational in Albuquerque.
The Cal State Stanislaus softball team completed last season one game shy of reaching the NCAA Division II National Championship tournament, falling short of repeating the Warriors' stellar run in 2007, when they lost in third game of the national tournament.
Frank Monge had another double-double and Cal State Stanislaus hung on to defeat visiting Chico State 66-56 on Tuesday night at Warrior Arena.
Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball player Jordan Stokes doesn't have to look very far to remember what he lost a year ago. Both of his arms are covered with tattoos. As it is with almost anyone who has them, the body art is not to attract attention.
The Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team has logged plenty of miles on the road lately. In fact, the Warriors are at the end of a four-game road trip that has taken them to various gyms in the California Collegiate Athletic Association.
Last season, the Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer players posted their eighth winning record in nine seasons.
For awhile, it was getting too routine for Alishea Kelly. The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball player needed a change, as she was stuck only practicing with her teammates while her transfer eligibility was being completed.
The Cal State Stanislaus Warriors finally ended their nagging slump in women's basketball on Thursday night and a lot of the credit goes to Alishea Kelly, the Mesa State transfer who's becoming a serious threat every time she steps on the court.
Cal State Stanislaus is mourning the death of Jim Bowen, a man who was a mentor to students, taught physical education for four decades and guided the Warriors to two national championships during his 25-year coaching career. He died Thursday after a long illness.
Three former local prep stars will be making appearances on college football's biggest stages in the next few weeks, and at least one of them will have a major role on his respective team.
It was a little bit of a different road that the Warriors took this year, but the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team has qualified for the CCAA conference tournament with Saturday night's 68-62 win over Sonoma State.
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