Football captain and senior wide receiver J.J. Koski has been the Mustangs’ leading receiver for the past two years. An integral part of the Mustang offense, Koski was listed as the No. 1 wide receiver on Cal Poly’s depth charts heading into the 2019 season. The Danville native spoke about leading by example, expectations and […]
It’s been three years since Men’s Soccer head coach Steve Sampson has seen a brand of soccer at a high level within his own squad — and the results are paying dividends.
Cal Poly Women’s Golf captured their first tournament championship of the season in the Battle at Old Works Sept. 16-17 in Anaconda, Mont. Junior Madi Daniel recorded a third-place finish with a two-over-par, 54-hole aggregate of 218 while three other Mustangs finished in the top 10. The tournament saw ten teams and 62 golfers compete […]
Junior midfielder Emmanuel Perez scored his second consecutive brace in a 3-0 home victory against nonconference opponent Westmont College on Thursday, Sept. 19. Perez was named the Cal Poly Student-Athlete of the Week four days prior after collecting three goals in victories against Fresno State (Sept. 10) and Gonzaga (Sept. 15). Junior defender Andrew Forth […]
Cal Poly Men’s Basketball returned to the States with two wins and two losses following their 2019 Tour of London Sept. 1-9.
Know your worth, have confidence, never settle. The slogan is simple. But for Cal Poly Men’s Basketball alumni Donovan Fields and Victor Joseph, the message embodies everything from their journeys in life to the sport of basketball. That is why Fields and Joseph have harnessed the importance of self-worth into a new clothing brand, Price […]
From soccer rivalry traditions to Big West titles, here is what to look out for this year.
More than two years ago, the Cal Poly Track and Cross Country senior’s promising career was halted in a sudden moment of agony. It happened during a race that was like any other. A step, a step. But then, a snap.
While two Mustangs set personal records, the Cal Poly Women’s Track and Field team did not have any members advance further after competing in the first round of the NCAA Track & Field Championships from May 23-25. Senior Miranda Daschian, senior Katie Izzo, junior Abibat Rahman-Davies and sophomore Brooke Tjerrild represented Cal Poly in […]
The College Board is implementing a change to their SAT test in the midst of a national debate over the fairness of college admissions. For the first time, the SAT will assess students on their cultural, educational and socioeconomic backgrounds in what is widely being referred to as an “adversity score.” The Environmental Context Dashboard […]
An Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) bill that was recently passed is receiving mixed feedback in relation to the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. The “Freedom of Speech and Anti-Discrimination” bylaws amendment does not allow ASI to engage in discriminatory practices related to a number of protected categories, including race, religion and national origin […]