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California High School Students Denied Sports Programs

Richard Duboc

January 13, 2011

The sweeping budget cuts of newly elected Governor Jerry Brown are hurting California’s colleges and universities, with the UC and the CSU systems both slated to receive $500 million in cuts. Even though California’s K-12 education has not been additionally targeted by Brown, schools across the...

Only College Football Can Leave You Feeling Unsatisfied

Jeff Miller

January 13, 2011

It was a great game, decided as time expired. It was well received, the ratings the highest in the history of cable television. It was the perfect punctuation, the season ending with the controversial Heisman winner striking the famous pose while toting the national title trophy. So why did the whole glori...

While We Were Away, They Were Hard At Work

Amanda Zepeda

January 8, 2011

While the rest of the students and campus faculty and staff were enjoying their winter break, the CSU East Bay men’s basketball team was hard at work. Despite valiant efforts, East Bay dropped five of their last six games, with their last victory coming against Notre Dame de Namur with a score of ...

Pioneers Fall to UCSD Once Again

Richard Duboc

January 8, 2011

On the hilltop Monday, the CSU East Bay men’s basketball team lost a hard-fought defensive struggle against the UCSD Tritons by a final score of 64-53. Although the team was driven by flashes of offensive life, poor execution doomed the Pioneers by the end of the first half. With this loss, the team has now lost every game in CCAA Conference play this year. Although t...

High Hopes For Water Polo

Amanda Zepeda

December 9, 2010

CSU East Bay’s water polo squad will open their 2011 campaign on Jan. 21 at home against UC Santa Barbara. Last year, these lady Pioneers were ranked 19th in the nation, and they seek to continue that same success in this upcoming season. “We’re a lot better than we were last year,” said Co...

Fee Increases and Economy Hit Students Athletes

Brady Landry

December 9, 2010

Every year when school is let out for the summer, students return home, some never returning to campus. The struggles of the economy have had an effect on everyone, especially students. Last year alone approximately 25 percent of students at the freshman and sophomore levels did not return, accordin...

The CSUEB Fight Song

Richard Duboc

December 2, 2010

CSU East Bay has a fight song? Yes, it does. It might not be as well known as other college’s fight songs but it exists nonetheless. In 1961, when the Pioneer mascot was adopted by then Alameda County State College, it was envisioned to be a space Pioneer. Thus, the first line “The Pioneers...

Pioneer Profile: Farewell to All–Conference Senior

Amanda Zepeda

December 2, 2010

The Pioneers finished second place in the CCAA Division II Conference, with an overall record of 20-7—a significant improvement from last year’s overall record of 10-21. “It was a really good year,” said Massa. “A lot of our opponents last year would say we didn’t belong in the CCAA D...

Glenn Burke: “Out” and Gone

Richard Duboc

November 18, 2010

Recently, Comcast Sports Network Bay Area premiered the documentary, “Out: The Glenn Burke Story” about former Major League Baseball player Glenn Burke, who was the first openly homosexual professional athlete. Although Burke’s story is rife with struggle and unfolds more like a cautionary tale, it ...

Bustin’ Out: Rookie of the Year

Charlie Kennewig

November 18, 2010

Though the immediate excitement of the San Francisco Giants’ first World Championship has gone, their fans have another victory to celebrate this week. Giants’ catcher Buster Posey was named the National League Rookie of the Year. Posey beat out fellow candidates like Atlanta’s Jayson Heywa...

Women’s Volleyball Closes Strong Season with a Win

Amanda Zepeda

November 18, 2010

Women’s volleyball put an exclamation mark at the end of their season with a second place finish in the CCAA Division II. CSU East Bay finished a remarkable 2010 campaign with a win over Cal Poly Pomona in a three-set win on November 13. This allowed the Pioneers to silence their critics, finishing with a stellar overall record of 20-7. ...

Turnovers Cost Pioneers in Exhibition Gameover

November 12, 2010

CSU East Bay’s women’s basketball team opened their first exhibition match of the season with a 67-44 road loss against the University of the Pacific Tigers. Although they succeeded in slowing down an explosive Tiger offense—who just came off a victory in which they scored 105 points—the Pion...

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