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The Arroyo Grande High graduate disposed of two nationally ranked players last week, including 4th ranked Matija Pecotic of Princeton. Dome, who is ranked 30th in singles by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, will rise in next week's poll after
by Andrew Masuda Updated: Mar 18, 2013 11:08 PM The Cal Poly men's basketball team will play its first postseason in the program's 19 year Division I tenure after accepting an invitation to the 32 team CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament.
Tournament at-large bid after it stumbled in the Mountain West Tournament finals Saturday. That bubble, however, officially burst during the tournament selection show as San Diego State was left out of the 64-team tournament field. Really heartbroken,
The Mustangs accepted an invitation to the 32-team CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Cal Poly will play at Weber State in an opening-round game on Wednesday night. Cal Poly (18-13), was eliminated by Pacific, 55-53 in the Big West Tournament semifinals
Big Sky Conference Championship Montana 67, Weber State 64 Big West Conference Championship Pacific 64, UC Irvine 55 Pacific 12 Conference Championship Oregon 78, No...America East Conference Championship Albany (NY) 53, Vermont 49 Atlantic 10
Pacific (22-12) led by as many as 13 points in the second half when Irvine (20-15) got energized after Will Davis II jammed in a jarring dunk off a lob pass from Michael Wilder. Two more Irvine baskets cut the lead to six and forced a timeout with 13:
March 2013 Dylan Royer led the Mustangs with 17 points in Cal Poly's victory on UC Davis on Thursday...Jenkins firstname.lastname@example.org Dylan Royer and Drake U'u found chemistry on the court Thursday...The senior gaurds have sported matching facial
The Gauchos overcame a 40-25 halftime deficit to take a a 57-55 lead with 9:59 to go in the game on a 3-point basket from Kyle Boswell...Bryson finished with a game-high 29 points on 7 for 11 shooting from 3-point range...The Tigers held All-
Cal Poly opens up play at the Big West Conference Tournament on Thursday in Anaheim as the third seed...But I've coached for 26 years and I'm not going to value all of our success based upon winning or losing a single game or a single tournament,"
Those days are over, as Ennis is now Long Beach's give-me-the-rock star. The 6-foot-7 senior guard-forward was chosen Big West player of the year after leading his team to its third consecutive regular season title. Ennis, averaging 17 points and