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San Francisco State snapped a 34- match losing streak dating to 1974 against CSU Bakersfield with a 20-16 win in wrestling Friday. The Roadrunners (2-7) did not use two of their top wrestlers, 125-pound Tyler Iwamura and 133-pound Frank Lomas. Miguel
As little as six months ago, Kyle Nixon thought his athletic future lay in football, a sport that had also given him his nickname, Batman. Turns out Batman can play a little baseball too, though, and that's a good thing for Cal State Bakersfield.
The CSU Bakersfield water polo team dropped a pair of matches Sunday to go 1-3 at the UC Santa Barbara Invitational...Arizona State defeated the Roadrunners 15-5 in the opener, and UC Santa Barbara followed with an 11-4 victory.
It was a game of defense Saturday night in the Icardo Center. Cal State Northridge played with intensity; CSU Bakersfield didn't on a consistent basis...Donald Johnson, who had 18 points and a game-high 10 rebounds. "We all did a bad job."
Brown scored 33 points, the most ever by a San Jose State freshman, keying a 78-70 victory Monday night over CS Bakersfield. Wil Carter added 14 points for the Spartans (7-13), who snapped a five-game skid...Issiah Grayson scored 14 points to go with
The Roadrunners also have 29 games against teams from either the Pac-12 or Big West conferences, which is more than half the schedule which was announced Friday by coach Bill Kernen...Tournament qualifier Fresno State and a three-game road series
Freshman defensive end Keylon Hollis of Bakersfield College was a unanimous selection to the All-National Division Northern Conference football team voted on by conference coaches...The others were sophomore safety Tyler Dogins, who was also a first-
Simon Tobin wanted to be the first, and he got his wish...It is one of 16 first-round games around the country that are being played today in the 48-team field...They're good," Tobin said. "They won the WCC (West Coast Conference) which was a very
Men's Soccer Tournament bracket went up on the screen in the CSU Bakersfield Icardo Room at just past 1:30 p.m...The print was so small, most of the approximate 150 people on hand couldn't see it...Sunday in Denver with a 1-1 tie against New Mexico
Special to The Californian All season long it had been a winning combination. An offensive attack led by the seemingly unstoppable Gyasi Zardes and a stingy defense already with seven shutouts to its credit. Together it was the formula to an