Mustang News Staff Report [follow id = “cpmustangsports”] Eversley’s ascent continues Months after being named the Big West Conference Tournament’s Most Valuable Player, former Cal Poly forward Chris Eversley signed a professional contract with the Westports Malaysia Dragons. Eversley led…
A March 17 Associated Press article misleadingly named the team as one of eight that failed NCAA academic requirements for tourney teams.
Recruitment, fundraising and enthusiasm were three main effects of Cal Poly basketball’s NCAA Tournament run.
J.J. Jenkins [follow id = “JJJenkins7”] Chris Eversley was mad, a baseball bat in hand and fury in his eyes. The 6-foot-6 high school senior could easily put the burglars who stole his Xbox 360 out cold. It was the…
If you had told me, that six years later — as an alumnus of this university — I’d see the name Cal Poly broadcast on primetime television and mentioned in the same breaths as some of the most storied basketball teams in the county, I would have told you you were crazy.
The Mustangs’ four-game win streak, which included a three-game blitz through the Big West Tournament as a No. 7 seed, came to an end on Friday night after a 64-37 loss to No. 1 seeded Wichita State.
J.J. Jenkins likes to have a schedule planned in advance. This week, he’s been buying plane tickets at midnight.
Cal Poly, the only team in this year’s tournament to have a losing record (14-19), will be billed the underdog as it takes on the nation’s only undefeated team, Wichita State (34-0).
Athletics director Don Oberhelman reacts to Cal Poly’s chance to introduce itself to the country.