Mustang News named best website at Associated Collegiate Press conference

The Mustang News staff took home top honors for best website, best feature story and best sports column in addition to 16 other awards this weekend at a national journalism convention.

Errors cost Cal Poly a victory

The Mustangs found themselves behind before they even had a chance to get ahead. Despite a resilient three-run second inning, the Cal Poly baseball team couldn’t bounce back from an error-filled, two-run first inning, as the Mustangs dropped the last…

Football debuts hurry-up 2.0

Snap after snap, the Cal Poly offense made an effort to push the tempo. And after a few drives, head coach Tim Walsh made it clear the Mustangs are going to try and win games this season in a particular fashion. By…

The great Asa Jackson

Sports Blog Asa Jackson was a four-time all-conference selection at Cal Poly. He was one of two players to start as a freshman. He was named the best defensive player in his conference, twice, and was named a third-team All-American.…

Two climbers rescued from Bishop Peak

Update: The two young adults rescued from Bishop Peak on Sunday were Cal Poly students. Agriculture and environmental plant sciences freshman Sage Barca-Hall and bioresource and agricultural engineering freshman Peter Lansdale were climbing off the main trail when a rock dislodged…

UC Davis knocks off women’s basketball in championship game

This season was the Mustangs’ chance to say “Finally.”

Fischback’s back

When Randy Fischback told his sister he was traveling to watch his son Steven Fischback pitch against Missouri, she broke down in tears. After an injury halted Fischback’s MLB-geared career close to three years ago, she never thought this day…

UCSB’s last-second shot hands Cal Poly defeat

Shawn Lewis grabbed a hand-off from Chris O’Brien, took about two steps to the left and let loose a 3-point shot for the ages.

Remember the Mustangs: the story of the 1960 football team

It’s been 50 years since that foggy night in Toledo, Ohio. The night when the simple decision to board a twin-engine C-46 meant life or death.

BLOG: Giant expectations for Ramses Barden

Former Cal Poly wide receiver Ramses Barden may have yet to establish himself as an every down player in the NFL, but the buzz around one of the most prolific wide receivers in Cal Poly history is pointing otherwise.

Melker, Yoder start their professional careers

Former Cal Poly outfielders Luke Yoder and Adam Melker have gone from graduation to now facing the task of making their ways through the minor leagues.