The ‘student’ side to Cal Poly studente-athletes

Despite the higher than normal academic standards, Cal Poly athletes rise above the bar.

Men’s tennis looks to bring home conference title

The Cal Poly men’s tennis team secured the number one seed in the upcoming Big West tournament with a 4-1 conference record during the year. The tournament begins on April 30 in Indian Wells, CA and the Mustangs will have a bye into the semifinal round because they are the top seed.

Cal Poly wrestling preps for NCAA Tournament

Cal Poly is preparing six of its men for the final showdown at NCAA Division I National Championships, scheduled for Mar. 18-20 in Omaha, Neb.

Brittany Blalock strives to regain national ranking

Blalock has played tennis since she was about 4 years old and competitively since she was 9.

Chase Pami remains humble on and off the mat

Cal Poly senior wrestler, Chase Pami, is focused, determined, ambitious and dedicated to his faith.

The NCAA does not favor the ‘student’ in student-athlete

The NCAA should stop allowing college institutions and their coaches to mislead student-athletes.

Wrestling program builds toward legacy

The Cal Poly wrestling program works hard, on and off the mat, to keep their program alive.

Early recruitment class gains national recognition

Cal Poly’s 2009 class of five recruits, announced two weeks ago, has been judged as the sixth best in the nation by InterMat.

UCI, Cal, UCSB mark 2009 men’s soccer schedule

The Cal Poly men’s soccer team released its 2009 schedule. The Mustangs will officially kick off their season hosting UNLV at 7 p.m. on Sept. 1.

Lee readies for chance at big leagues

If you asked Cal Poly’s head coach Larry Lee, Ryan Lee has done everything in his power this season to move himself into a position to be drafted. As a leadoff hitter, Ryan Lee had on base percentage of .401 and broke the s Division I record for consecutive games with a hit with 26.

Eighteen Mustangs to compete in west regional

The Mustangs were without top sprinter Jarred Houston who had been injured in spring football practice. Houston was expected to be one of Cal Poly’s major contributors when the NCAA West Regional begins today.