Poly Playbook: Baseball opens at Baylor, wrestling travels to Arizona

Poly Playbook anchor Trent Merfeld talks baseball’s opening series versus Baylor and wrestling’s last dual in Arizona and more in this edition of Poly Playbook.

Is studying 25-35 hours a week realistic?

“You would get A’s in all your classes if you studied 25-35 hours per week.”

Men’s basketball falls to Fresno State, 63-46

The Cal Poly men’s basketball team dropped a 63-46 contest at Fresno State on Wednesday night, marking the Mustangs’ largest margin of defeat so far and their third straight loss.

Malki: the face of Cal Poly soccer

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.

Men’s basketball opens at No. 5 Arizona

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.

Baseball heaven: sports writer reflects on attending spring training

Jacob Lauing jacoblauing.md@gmail.com Lemonade, lemonade like Grandma made! That’s the distinctive jingle of Derek Moore, perhaps the most boisterous and charismatic lemonade vendor in all of Major League Baseball. And if you’re a die-hard San Francisco Giants fan like myself,…

Obama’s Poor Way of Dealing

President Obama always seems to hide away from the public eye at times when he should be attacking issues head-on.