Three Warriors from the men's and women's basketball teams received some of the league's top honors this week after having successful runs in the California Collegiate Athletic Association.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball wrapped up their 2010-11 season after a 76-55 loss to Cal Poly Pomona in round one of the California Collegiate Athletic Association Basketball Championship tournament.
Humboldt State remains undefeated at home at Lumberjack Arena as the Jacks used a strong second half to beat Cal State Stanislaus, 68-54, in a first round game of the CCAA Basketball Championships conference tournament.
In an amazing display of dominance on both ends of the court, the Warriors left little doubt that they are going CCAA-dancing as they blew out Cal State Monterey Bay, 78-58, Friday night in the Kelp Bed in Seaside.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team wrapped up regular season play Friday with a 67-56 loss at Cal State Monterey Bay in a California Collegiate Athletic Association contest.
Former track and field standout Undrae Walker returns to the spotlight once again as he will be inducted into the USTFCCCA Athletes Hall of Fame this spring, making him the third Stanislaus athlete to receive this honor.
Cal State Stanislaus guard Andreanna Marshall was named the California Collegiate Athletic Association's women's basketball Player of the Week after leading the Warriors to a pair of key wins last weekend, including an upset over the West Region's top team - Cal Poly Pomona.
After having one of its best seasons in school history that included a run in the conference tournament, the Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team announced Thursday the signing of one of the best and biggest recruiting classes ever.
The Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team defeated Cal State East Bay 81-64 in Hayward for the second time this season on Saturday night in a California Collegiate Athletic Association contest.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team fell to Cal State East Bay 67-50 in Hayward on Saturday night in a California Collegiate Athletic Association contest.
By the time the seventh inning rolled around, the fans in the stands at Warrior Field were getting a little antsy and eager to leave, even though there were plenty of baseball and sunshine left during Friday afternoon's nonconference game between Cal State Stanislaus and visiting Academy of Art.
After another workout session, Andrew Stueve sat in the dugout as his Cal State Stanislaus baseball teammates were perfecting their batting techniques and fielding grounders for the 100th time. The senior, who returns as the Warriors' No. 1 pitcher, was multitasking. He was talking about the upcoming season while looking at all the potential in front of him.
Two great pitching performances and solid defense resulted in the Cal State Stanislaus softball team going 2-0 at the Mizuno Best of West Invitational on Sunday, the final day of the two-day tournament at Pedretti Park.
Behind by as many 17 points in the second half, the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team used a 12-0 run to challenge Sonoma State, but it was too little too late as the Seawolves held on to pull off a 67-59 win on Saturday night in Rohnert Park.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team defeated Sonoma State 59-53 on Saturday night in Rohnert Park, sweeping the Seawolves for the season.
Last season's overall record of 10-16 was less than ideal for California State University, Stanislaus' volleyball team and their conference record of 6-16 was even more disappointing. Luckily for the Warriors, head coach Christina Lore, in her 8th season at Stanislaus, has the remedy: improved team chemistry. "We're working on our teamwork and trying to create a strong bond between us so we can depend on each other in tight matches," senior and ...
Ethan Tait had a rough senior year at Turlock High. After playing competitive soccer for nine years Tait was forced to sit on the sideline in his last high school season as he dealt with a torn shoulder. Even with his absence from the soccer field, universities were still interested in Tait's abilities. UC Berkeley, UC Davis, and St. Mary's were amongst those actively seeking his commitment, but in the end Willamette University ...
For the past three months Mike Matoso's life has been one of adjustments. After leaving the University of San Diego to assume the duties of athletic director at California State University, Stanislaus, Matoso has had to move his family, become acquainted with the inner workings of a public university, and come to terms with the summer heat of the Valley. Although change can be difficult for anybody, Matoso's transition from the coastal ...
After helping lead Pitman High to its first Central California Conference softball championship, Allison Kuchan is on her way to Missouri Valley College where she plans to continue her success on the field. Kuchan inked her letter of intent with the Vikings on Tuesday, becoming one of the many Pride athletes to commit to collegiate programs this year. "We are very excited for Allison to join our program here at Missouri Valley," MVC ...
The California State University, Stanislaus men's soccer team recently added 10 players to this year's recruiting class, including local talents from nationally recognized colleges and club programs.
For the second time in three seasons, Al Brenda Track at Warrior Stadium will be home to the California Collegiate Athletic Association Track & Field Championships.
The past year was a stellar one for Turlock High's Erick Parsons who finished his senior season with success on both the football field and wrestling mat. Parsons led the Bulldogs to a playoff berth, was named the team's MVP, and participated in the High School Senior All-Star Football Game in Tampa, Fla. As a wrestler, he was a big part of Turlock's undefeated CCC Championship season, placed third at the Masters Tournament and ...
The 24 honorees for the 2012 All-Nicklaus Team have been announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America, and Cal State Stanislaus' Trevor Blair is one of them.
Both Cal State Stanislaus soccer teams will be on the road to start the 2012 season before beginning the California Collegiate Athletic Association schedule at home in September.
Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer coach Gabriel Bolton announced the addition of two NCAA Division I transfers to the Warriors for the upcoming season.
The second, third and honorable mention Division II PING All-America Teams were announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America and two Warriors were added to these teams on Tuesday.
Former Turlock High water polo standout Eric Bonander was recently named to the Western Water Polo Association's All-Academic Team. Bonander, a 2009 Turlock graduate, earned the honor by carrying a 3.0 cumulative GPA and competing in at least 50 percent of Whittier College's water polo season as a full time student. Bonander, a junior, finished the 2012 season with 9 goals on 19 attempts, 12 assists, 22 drawn ejections, and 11 steals.
Former Cal State Stanislaus Warrior Eric Cendejas has returned to the Central Valley as a pro. The right-handed pitcher from Corona and his current club, the Inland Empire 66ers, began a three-game series against the Modesto Nuts on Tuesday.
Cal State Stanislaus women's tennis stars Verena Preikschas and Katie Eng were among the nation's bests as the Intercollegiate Tennis Associated released its final rankings last week.