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Brittany Blalock strives to regain national ranking

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

Rachel Clancy earns player of the week honors

Junior guard Rachel Clancy earned her first Big West Conference Player of the Week honor Monday afternoon.

Oregon State ties up Cal Poly wrestling

No. 18 Oregon State won four of the final five bouts to rally from a 14-6 (18-1, 6-1 Pac-10) deficit and beat No. 16 Cal Poly (7-4, 4-2), 21-18, Saturday night in Mott Gym.

Men’s basketball suffers fourth-straight loss

The Mustangs (8-14, 5-5 Big West) lost to Pacific (15-7, 8-2) 67 – 61, Saturday night.

Attempted armed robbery at Mustang Village Apartments

At approximately 12:23 a.m Feb. 5, the San Luis Obispo Police Department received a call of an attempt armed robbery that occurred at 1 Mustang near building 111.

Recreation Center torn down

The Cal Poly Recreation Center is being renovated; the construction is in phases. The site is estimated to be finished in June 2012.

Mustangs look to snap two-game losing streak at Davis

Battered and bruised, the Mustangs will travel north to square up against in-state rival UC Davis (8-12, 4-4) tonight.

Cal Poly ends its three-game winning streak

In a battle for second place in the Big West, Cal Poly (8-11, 5-3 Big West) ended its three-game win streak with a 80-57 loss to UC Santa Barbara.

Wrestling falls to Boise State

After rolling off three straight wins, head coach John Azevedo looked to his team’s contests against No. 12 Boise State to solidify its legitimacy from a national perspective.

Women’s basketball rebounds from loss against Matadors

Junior forward Kristina Santiago became the fifth leading scorer in Mustang Program history with a 15-point effort to propel Cal Poly (12-6, 5-2 Big West) to a 73-60 win against Cal State Northridge (3-13, 1-5) Saturday night.

City council to consider changes to noise ordinance

San Luis Obispo Police Chief Deb Linden is proposing amendments to the city’s noise regulations at a special city council meeting at 4:30 p.m. at San Luis Obispo City Hall, 990 Palm Street.