Despite playing with just seven Warriors in uniform, the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team put up a good fight before falling to Cal State East Bay, 67-59, Saturday night.
The men's and women's basketball teams at California State University, Stanislaus wrapped up a run of four straight home games Saturday night against Cal State Dominguez Hills. The men's team played a close game, winning by the nail biting score of 59-58. Stanislaus' women also beat Dominguez Hills in a close matchup, defeating the Toros 57-53.
The Stanislaus men's basketball team will begin a four-game homestand this week with a pair of CCAA games. The Warriors will host UC San Diego on Friday and Cal State San Bernardino on Saturday.
The men's basketball team at California State University, Stanislaus blew by Dominican University Thursday 82-68. The Warriors (7-2) were led by Reggie Jones who finished the game with 24 points, 17 of which came in the first quarter. Jones also recorded 10 rebounds against the Penguins (1-10) who surprised those in attendance with a competitive first half.
Since graduating from Turlock High in 2010 and joining Modesto Junior College's women's soccer team Sara Latham has experienced a high degree of success. Last year she was named to the All Regional Team, last fall she was named Big 8 Conference Player of the Year and last week she was selected to the JC All-American Division III team.
Inside perhaps the toughest arena to play in the CCAA, the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team saw its win-streak end at three with a 91-76 setback to No. 8 Humboldt State Monday night.
Theresa Henderson had a double-double and two others Warriors were also in double figures in scoring, but those numbers didn't add up to a victory as they fell to Humboldt State, 76-60, Monday night.
Cal State Stanislaus men's forward Reggie Jones and women's guard Theresa Henderson were both named the California Collegiate Athletic Association's basketball Players of the Week for the week of Dec. 5-11, it was announced on Monday.
Sophomore forward Karenee Demery added another "first" to her resume when she was named First Team All American in women's soccer over the weekend. She is the first player in program history to receive this honor.
Making the free throws when they count the most, the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team hung on to defeat Notre Dame de Namur, 71-69, Saturday at the CCAA/PacWest Shootout at San Francisco State.
Theresa Henderson continued to put up big numbers, but unfortunately the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team fell to No. 17 Grand Canyon, 81-52, at the CCAA/PacWest Shootout in San Francisco on Friday.
The Warriors only had four offensive rebounds all night, but the fourth one proved to be huge as Cal State Stanislaus won a thriller over Chico State, 79-77, in overtime Wednesday night at Fitzpatrick Arena.
The Cal State Stanislaus men's golf team capped off a tremendous fall season and was recognized by the Golf Coaches Association of America as they were ranked No. 3.
Theresa Henderson did it again. She notched another career best night, but once again in a losing effort as the Cal State Stanislaus women's basketball team dropped to San Francisco State, 72-62, Saturday night.
Apparently, the Gators didn't want Reggie Jones to shoot the ball. Fortunately for the Warriors, he didn't have to as much Saturday night as Cal State Stanislaus beat San Francisco State, 82-65, at The Swamp.
After 10 years as part of the coaching staff at California State University, Stanislaus, Christina Lore has resigned from her post as head coach of the women's volleyball program.
Call them Road Warriors, or what you will. The Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team has taken down the top seed in the West as the Warriors defeated Western Washington, 1-0, Saturday afternoon.
Living off the free throw line in the second half, the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team rallied to defeat Montana State Billings, 75-68, Saturday night at the Penguin Preseason Challenge.
Jordan Moineau found a great time to score her first goal this season as the junior's golden goal 1:45 into the second overtime gave Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer its first NCAA tournament victory Thursday night.
The Cal State Stanislaus women's soccer team was rewarded for being one of the best teams all year long - and ranked as high as No. 3 for two weeks - on Monday as the Warriors received an invitation to participate in the NCAA Division II Championship tournament.
It had the making of a Hollywood ending: A sub-.500 team winning a championship with three penalty kick shootout wins without even scoring a goal during the run.
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