Professor serves volleyballs and fitness for athletes

Professor serves volleyballs and fitness for athletes

By Vanessa Centeno, Nallely DeLara, Daisy Espinoza, Lindsay Filgas, and Sarah Lu

August 4, 2016


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With a diploma in one hand and a volleyball in the other, young high school graduate, 16, John Gregory Smith spiked his way into a career in athletic fitness and wellness. “I was so young, I had just got a car, you know I was free,” Smith said. “I didn't know what I wanted to do; I tried th...

Area Code Baseball welcomes the best players in the nation at Blair Field

By Luke Goldstein and Catt Phan

August 7, 2013


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High school baseball players from all over the country were recruited to the Area Code Baseball Games to showcase their talent for scouts at CSLUB’s Blair Field on Wednesday. Although it was the off season for the CSULB baseball team, there were still a murmur in the crowd and a crack of the bat on...

One of the boys

One of the boys

By Vanessa Gallardo, Caroline Ball, Rodas Hailu, Writer

August 8, 2012


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On a hot afternoon in August, 13-year-old Josie Murillo took the field for another day full of baseball. As the sun beat down on her sweaty face, she fielded balls, had batting practice, and ran bases alongside 50 other boys.“The other boys don’t intimidate me. They are on my same level,” said...

Kids on the courts

By Klarice Williams, Alexandra Bollman, Morgan Heise, Writer

August 8, 2012


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It’s an empty gym with only basketball hoops and a cage full of basketballs. You can hear the echo of laughter and footsteps erupt through the door as kids stampede toward the basketball courts. Within seconds, music blares as the once quiet gym fills with the sound of basketballs pounding and kids...

Club sports keep campus busy

August 7, 2012


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From Olympians, to elementary school students, to Beach Alumni, the club sports program is the perfect athletic outlet for all those who love Beach sports.

Dan’s the name, basketball’s the game

Dan’s the name, basketball’s the game

August 6, 2012


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By Makayla Peters ETHS Editor-in-Chief If you walked into the infamous Walter Pyramid gym, at Cal State Long Beach on a hot summer's day like today, you would see about 150 little kids running around the giant gym. Some shooting free-throws, some dribbling, all with a lot of energy. Then you look ...

Ryan Hellenthal leads 49ers into new season

By Hailey Ferguson

August 6, 2012


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Ever since his own dad coached him as a kid, coaching has been Ryan Hellenthal’s dream. That dream was realized at Cal State University, Long Beach when Hellenthal became the assistant coach for the men’s basketball program. He’s been extremely grateful for all the opportunities he’s been given...

Football player Rosalic Mackey has high hopes for scholarship, NFL future

August 2, 2012


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By Karina Lopez Walking in to a college gymnasium hall you come across a well-built giant in basketball shorts and a duffel bag, the first thing that comes to mind: football player. Standing at 6’6”, Rosalic Mackey, 18, is a new student at Pierce College with a keen interest in playing football...

Baseball coach John Bushart inspires players

August 2, 2012


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By Georgina Lisseth Zamora Wearing Pierce College school colors, red and black, in a 
large baseball field stands a coach who coaches baseball player
 Marshall Siordia, 18, from Antelope College. Bushart observes, as 
Siordia gets ready to pitch a fastball. As students and faculty tried to avoid...

Cal State Long Beach Women’s Volleyball Report

August 10, 2011


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Cal State Long Beach women's volleyball team prepares for an alumni game which will mark the beginning of their season. This is a report from Newspapers2.

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