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ICYMI: February 5-11, 2018


ICYMI: Here are the top five things that happened in the Big West last week….In Case You Missed It!

1. LBSU Softball Opens Season With 4-1 Record

Long Beach closes out the first weekend of the 2018 season with a 4-1 record at the Puerto Vallerta College Challenge, which included a 4-2, 8-inning win over No. 21 James Madison.  
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2. Rainbow Wahine Earn 59-54 Win Over Cal State Fullerton For Beeman’s 100th Win

The University of Hawai’i women’s basketball team (10-14, 3-8 Big West) snapped a two-game skid and delivered the 100th win for head coach Laura Beeman on Thursday night at the Stan Sheriff Center, pulling away late to defeat Cal State Fullerton (7-15, 2-7 Big West), 59-54. Full Story

3. Top-Ranked LBSU Men’s Volleyball Holds Off George Mason

No. 1 Long Beach State men’s volleyball pushed its winning streak to 12 as the Beach completed the sweep of George Mason on Saturday by set scores of 26-24, 25-22, 25-19.  With the win, Long Beach State improves to 12-0 on the year, while George Mason drops to 4-7. Full Story

4. Eastman Named to Golden Spikes Award Watch List for Second Straight Year

Junior right-handed hurler Colton Eastman has earned a spot on USA Baseball’s 55-player preseason Golden Spikes Award watch list, the organization unveiled on Friday. The Golden Spikes Award is given out to the top amateur baseball player in the country for the 2017 season. The 41st Golden Spikes Award will be presented in partnership with the Rod Dedeaux Foundation on June 28 in Los Angeles. Full Story

5. Matadors Earn First Win in Hawai’i Since 1998 with 77-71 Triumph

CSUN Men Basketball collected its first victory in Hawai’i since 1998 as the Matadors snapped a five-game skid with a 77-71 victory on Saturday evening at Stan Sheriff Center. The senior combination of Tavrion Dawson and Micheal Warren finished with 22 points apiece while Terrell Gomez added 16 points. Dawson hit 11-of-16 from the floor as the Matadors shot a red-hot 65.1 percent from the field. In addition to posting its first win in Honolulu in two decades, CSUN snapped a seven-game losing streak to the Rainbow Warriors.  Full Story