Junior lefty Matt Imhof will be on the mound in Cal Poly’s regional-opening game on Friday.
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Bloomquist's evolution leads Cal Poly on the mound
The right-hander led all starters in wins and ERA in his second season at Cal Poly.
Ben Donovan's odyssey to Cal Poly
Jefferson P. Nolan [follow id =”Jefferson_Nolan”] Ben Donovan was a sophomore in high school when he was knocked flat onto the bathroom floor. The ceiling had caved in on him. Donovan was at a tennis academy on the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas — 700 miles away from his home and his parents in Memphis, […]
No. 1 Cal Poly wins 11th straight with non-conference victory over San Jose State
Cal Poly improved to 35-5 with a mid-week win over San Jose State.
Sierra Hyland 'Just Throws'
Jefferson P. Nolan [follow id =”Jefferson_Nolan”] With two outs in the top of the 7th inning, Sierra Hyland stares down the Cal State Northridge pinch hitter digging into the batter’s box. Cal Poly first baseman Breana West scans the infield, trying to read the faces of her teammates. Nobody else seems to notice the row […]
Women’s hoops set for Big West Conference Tournament
Cal Poly women’s basketball is ready to take the Big West Conference Tournament.
Krukow's Klubhouse sees policy changes
Some of the rules are changing for access to Krukow’s Klubhouse at Baggett Stadium.
Fortier brings a pro look to the court
Associate head basketball coach Paul Fortier played professional basketball in Europe for 17 years before he became part of the Cal Poly men’s basketball family.
Buckley takes the fight outside
In 2011, wrestling coach Brendan Buckley received a phone call from Cal Poly’s Athletics Director, Don Oberhelman.
Nutrition: The next big thing
Cal Poly basketball player Chris Eversley burns 2,434 calories every day sitting completely motionless.
Akaninyene Umoh does it all
In his freshman year, Akaninyene Umoh’s coach took away the Cal Poly football player’s PlayStation 3.
Umoh was enrolled in summer school, but back then, he wasn’t making the grade. Umoh needed to do well in his classes to be eligible to play football, but running backs coach Aristotle Thompson wasn’t about to let his player flunk.