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Pioneers Softball Looking To Rank in Top Four

Amanda Zepeda February 3, 2011

It’s just about that time of year again, as the CSU East Bay softball team is ready to put on a good show this upcoming season. Getting ready for her fifth year at the helm for the Pioneers, Coach...

Piercing CSU East Bay’s Record For Best Water Polo Player

Kevin Vera February 3, 2011

Perth, Australia, is home to Claire Pierce, who is rapidly closing in on being considered one of the best water polo players in CSU East Bay’s sports history. Entering the second season of her...

Pioneers Baseball Team Getting into the Swing of Things

Amanda Zepeda January 27, 2011

A sophomore out of Palmdale, Sharrer has also proven to be a vital infield and outfield player. In anticipation of the start of the 2011 season, the CSU East Bay baseball team will welcome Vanguard...

For Legend Wayne Gretzky, the Big 5-0 Snuck up on Him

Wayne Gretzky will turned 50 on Wednesday, a sobering thought for fans who remember when a skinny blond teenager came out of the renegade World Hockey Association to rewrite the NHL record books and lead...

Harbaugh’s Challenge: Taking the Reins of a Promising, but Disappointing 49ers Team

Amanda Zepeda January 20, 2011

In the midst of all the NFL playoff excitement, it’s hard for the San Francisco 49er faithful to not be concerned as to why their beloved team of such promising talent has not had a playoff bid since...

Struggle For Pioneer Women’s Basketball

Kevin Vera January 13, 2011

In spite of giving it their all, the CSU East Bay women’s basketball team has been plagued with injuries, inconsistent play. In light of a win-less season, coach Suzy Barcomb and her assistant coach...

Pioneer Pete Makeover In Store

Amanda Zepeda January 13, 2011

Out with the old, in with the new. The CSUEB Pioneers are set to reveal a new and improved Pioneer Pete mascot. The unveiling will take place between the men’s and women’s basketball games on Jan....

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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