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“Roughing the Passer” penalty causes controversy

November 1, 2018

Penalties change the way defenses play William Hayes, defensive end for the Miami Dolphins, will miss his 10th season in the NFL after an injury to his ACL during a game against the Oakland Raiders on...

New Zealand makes history at Rugby 7s World Cup

New Zealand makes history at Rugby 7s World Cup
August 1, 2018

The New Zealand men’s and women’s All Blacks team made history on Saturday and Sunday by becoming the first teams to win back-to-back World Rugby Cup Championships. The men’s side defeated England...

Rugby World Cup comes to San Francisco

Rugby World Cup comes to San Francisco
July 3, 2018

In less than one month, AT&T Park in San Francisco will play host to the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens. Previously held in Moscow, Russia, the Rugby World Cup Sevens serves as the pinnacle of achievement...

Powerlifting memberships grow in Bay Area

Powerlifting memberships grow in Bay Area
April 11, 2018

At powerlifting competitions, the environment is contagious. Despite all the nerves, jitters and adrenaline floating around, lifters fire each other up with back slaps and shouting. The crowd yells “UP!...

Eagles win big in USA Sevens, Las Vegas

Eagles win big in USA Sevens, Las Vegas
March 14, 2018

For the past three years, the USA Men’s Rugby team never made it past the semifinal round in the USA Sevens Rugby tournament in Las Vegas. That all changed on March 4, when the team shutout Argentina...

These are the Warriors’ ideal opponents to face in the playoffs

These are the Warriors’ ideal opponents to face in the playoffs
March 14, 2018

It is time for the Golden State Warriors to begin their push towards the playoffs, where the games truly matter. In March, teams begin gearing towards the postseason. This is the point when teams start...

Why Morgan Greene is en route to being the best women’s basketball player to step foot at East Bay

Why Morgan Greene is en route to being the best women’s basketball player to step foot at East Bay
March 14, 2018

Standing at 5 feet 10 inches, the Phoenix Arizona native and California State East Bay’s standout forward, sophomore Morgan Greene is a force to be reckoned with. In only her second season as an active...

CSUEB baseball continues to struggle

CSUEB baseball continues to struggle
March 14, 2018

The California State East Bay baseball team went 1-3 in their four game series versus the Stanislaus State Warriors (10-7 overall, 6-5 California Collegiate Athletic Association Conference) in conference...

No, Zaza Pachulia isn’t a dirty player

No, Zaza Pachulia isn’t a dirty player
March 7, 2018

Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia was in the middle of a controversial play when the Warriors demolished the Oklahoma City Thunder 112-80 on Feb. 24. Late in the third quarter, Thunder point...

Softball loses to the Toros in the rain

Softball loses to the Toros in the rain
March 7, 2018

The Pioneer softball team faced off against the California State University, Dominguez Hills Toros in a four-game series during a rainy weekend at Pioneer Field. The team went 1-for-4 in the series,...

Earthquakes win season opener

Earthquakes win season opener
March 7, 2018

San Jose beats MNUFC at home 3-2 After making it to the playoff last season and a long and fast paced preseason the San Jose Earthquakes were ready to start the new MLS season at home with a bang. The...

Baseball falls to San Bernardino

Baseball falls to San Bernardino
March 7, 2018

The Cal State East Bay baseball team lost their four game road series to the CSU San Bernardino Coyotes 3-1 (5-9 overall, 5-3 conference) over the weekend in the California Collegiate Athletic Association...

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