Cal Poly drops season opener at Baylor

The Cal Poly baseball team did not get off to an ideal start.

The road to Omaha begins again

First pitch is set for 4:30 p.m. at Baylor on Friday.

Despite new faces, women’s basketball still a contender

“There is a lot of optimism,” head coach Faith Mimnaugh said.

After the Madness: A season with Cal Poly men’s basketball (coming 2015)

They made the Big Dance. Now it’s time to prove it wasn’t a fluke.

Mustang News Now: 1-Minute update

Mustang News anchor Leah Horner has the headlines you need to know going into this week.

Men’s soccer surrenders two-goal lead, ties rival UC Santa Barbara

“Overall to come here to a stadium like this with a monstrous crowd, to come away with a point in the league is one step closer to our goal of winning the North division in the Big West.”

Cal Poly Athletics amps up drug testing

This past summer’s events caused Athletics to rethink its drug testing policy.

Cal Poly Athletics director talks changes to drug testing policy

There have been ongoing discussions within Athletics about possibly expanding its current drug testing policy.

Armstrong: University will investigate connection between drugs and football team

Armstrong addressed the possible connection between Sunday’s attempted robbery and the shooting of ex-football player Geoffrey Hyde in 2013. Hyde was shot in what police said may have been a drug deal gone bad.

Late Pepperdine rally eliminates Cal Poly from regionals

Cal Poly tied the game at six in the eighth inning, but gave up four runs in the ninth in a 10-6 loss.

One year later, Imhof revisits regional aura

Matt Imhof propelled Cal Poly into the winner’s bracket of the San Luis Obispo Regional on Friday night.