The Cal Poly men’s soccer team saw its 2013 season come to an end Tuesday night, as the Mustangs fell 4-1 to Cal State Northridge in the opening round of the Big West Conference tournament.
I met him by happenstance.
On Friday, March 16, 2012, I boarded U.S. Airways flight No. 11, scheduled to leave San Francisco at 9 p.m. and arrive in Phoenix at 10:55.
With its 2-1 loss to UC Davis on Wednesday afternoon, the Cal Poly soccer team squandered a golden opportunity after leading 1-0 into the 86th minute.
Cal Poly learned one important thing from its 70-68 upset over then-No. 11 UCLA last season: If you want big wins, you need big buckets.
The Cal Poly women’s basketball team claimed its first ever Big West Tournament championship last season, giving the Mustangs a ticket to March Madness.
With its 4-2 victory over Sacramento State Saturday night, the Cal Poly men’s soccer team reached 41 total goals on the season and broke the previous school record of 40.
The Cal Poly men’s cross country team claimed its 13th Big West Conference title Saturday, while the women’s squad captured its fifth.
Riding a two-game win streak, the Cal Poly volleyball team plays host to UC Santa Barbara on Saturday, beginning the second half of the 2013 conference schedule.
There’s a Ford pickup truck parked 10 feet in front of him. Sean Davidson sits on an aluminum bench, his back against the yellow plastered walls of Mott Athletics Center.
Elise Krieghoff continues to steal the show.
The sophomore forward notched her 19th and 20th goals of the season, giving the Cal Poly women’s soccer team a 2-1 victory over UC Santa Barbara on Friday night.