The Drew and Goodman leagues played in front of a capacity crowd in 2011, in a game featuring the likes of Kevin Durant, James Harden, John Wall.
This week, Mike and JJ talk to LBSU AD Andy Fee and soccer coach Mauricio Ingrassia about how the Beach is adjusting to recent NCAA proposals and changes?
In Southern California, surfers have largely respected the shutdowns.
This game featured four future NFLers, a future professional baseball player and enough future college football stars to stock a full, strong starting lineup.
This week on the podcast Mike and JJ talk to CIF Southern Section commissioner Rob Wigod about how high school sports will be restarted and what that will look like.
Are you missing sports like we are? We’ve decided to go back and re-record some of our favorite Long Beach highlight videos we’ve produced over the last 12 years.
The pitchers’ duel at Blair Field in May of 2012, featured about a half dozen players who would play professionally, four of whom still do.
In 1970, the school would make the first of four straight appearances in the NCAA tournament.
The cancellation of the race, not only means the loss of tens of millions of dollars but one of the events that define the city.
This week Mike & JJ are talking to Long Beach Poly football coach Stephen Barbee about the Jackrabbits, and to Long Beach State athletics director Andy Fee about breaking news from the NCAA.
In the roughly 140 years that organized sports have taken place in Long Beach, there’s never been a shutdown like the one we’re experiencing.