College Basketball

  • David Nwaba's ability to drive and get to the basket continues to put a ton of pressure on opposing defenses. By Owen Main

    Mustangs come back to nip Northeastern

    After shooting under 30 percent in a first half where they scored only 17 points, Cal Poly mounted a sustained charge, erased a 14-point deficit, and beat Northeastern 60-58 on Wednesday night...

  • Brian Bennett seems to be rounding into form again in his junior season. By Owen Main

    Cal Poly earns first road win

    Last night, Cal Poly men’s basketball got out to a 14-point lead in the second half, lost that lead, and fought-back to beat San Francisco in The City, 78-71. David Nwaba...

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    Podcast Episode 116 – Dave Dineen

    Cal Poly’s first Division I men’s basketball team was historically bad. That didn’t stop Joe Callero and the current Mustangs team from honoring eight of the nine players who finished the...

  • Brian Bennett led Cal Poly with 15 points and 8 rebounds. By Owen Main

    Mustangs chop down Oaks, honor alumni

    In their final home game before the start of the Big West Conference Season in January, Cal Poly went on a 17-0 first-half run and 9-0 run to start the second half...

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    GSAC Preview Series: Vanguard Lions

    In 1920, Harold K. Needham, D.W. Kerr, and W.C. Pierce, founded a school to prepare Christians for various ministries in the church. In 1927 the institute was named Southern California Bible...

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    GSAC Preview Series: Hope International Royals

    Hope International University was founded in 1928 as Pacific Bible Seminary and renamed in 1962 as Pacific Christian College as it moved to Long Beach, California. Today. Hope International University is...

  • Photo Courtesy of Arizona Christian Firestorm Athletic Wesbite

    GSAC Preview Series: Arizona Christian Firestorm

    Founded in 1960 as Southwestern Conservative Baptist Bible College, Arizona Christian University is a private, non-profit Christian university that is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. This university traces its...

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    GSAC Preview Series: Concordia Irvine Eagles

    In 1962, The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) built a Lutheran college in Irvine, California. This college was originally called Christ College and in 1973 Rev. Dr. Charles Manske became the first...

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    GSAC Preview Series: Biola University Eagles

    In 1908, the Bible Institute of Los Angeles was founded by: Lyman Stewart, president of the Union Oil Company of California (Unocal); Thomas C. Horton, a Presbyterian minister and Christian author; Augustus B....

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    Mustangs mow down Blue Hens

    A year ago, Cal Poly had a team good enough to make it to the NCAA Tournament, but not good enough to beat Delaware on the East coast. This year, Delaware...

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