The beginning of spring sports and peak of winter conference play make for a busy weekend.
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Men’s basketball drops fourth straight game
The Cal Poly men’s basketball team suffered its worst conference loss since 2014 on Saturday night.
Men’s basketball loses OT nail-biter to UC Irvine
On Wednesday night, the Mustangs lost their eighth game by six points or less this season.
Jack of All Trades
The first day Max Betkowski arrived on Cal Poly’s campus, he was nothing more than a 6-foot-2, 195-pound engineering student hoping to find his way through college’s maze of experiences.But dreams are meant to be achieved, records are meant to be broken and ceilings are meant to be shattered. Betkowski dreamed of being more than the average college student. Upon arriving at Cal Poly, the lanky freshman was determined to walk on to the men’s basketball team. “I played high school basketball and I
Poly Playbook: Men’s and women’s basketball are victorious, wrestling at home
Poly Playbook anchors Jason Amberg and Joe Schutz recap and preview the week of sports in Cal Poly Athletics.
Men’s basketball holds off Cal State Fullerton
The Mustangs’ two turnovers were the least given up by a team in coach Joe Callero’s seven-year Cal Poly career.
Men’s basketball scores intense double overtime victory
Playing in their first home double overtime game since 1972, the Mustangs defeated LBSU 96-92.
Last-minute excitement helps UCSB top Cal Poly
The Mustangs held the lead with under a minute remaining, but couldn’t hang on as the Gauchos won 76-73.
What you missed in Cal Poly sports over winter break
While students were away, Cal Poly’s athletic teams were hard at work.
Poly Playbook: Winter break recap, Men’s and Women’s basketball
Poly Playbook anchors Anna George and Connor McCarthy recap and preview the week of athletics at Cal Poly.
Lockdown defense helps men’s basketball secure win over Fresno State
Cal Poly handed Fresno State its second loss of the season on Saturday night.