LBSU assistant coach Scott Touzinsky resigned after a report surfaced he had been disciplined by USA Volleyball for a 2013 allegation of sexual misconduct.
This week on What Up, Long Beach?! we’re dealing with all the feels that come with the most emotional week in Long Beach sports.
Rossi may be getting used to Winner’s Circle in Long Beach, where he made history on Sunday, becoming the eighth multiple champion in Long Beach history, and just the sixth to win consecutive races.
On this week’s show, we get nostalgic about the old, sweaty weight room at Millikan High, the best rivalries in Long Beach sports and more.
On this week’s show, we have a special announcement and we take a swing at fixing the NCAA with the Domino’s Pizza approach.
The World Rowing Council is considering a proposal that would move the 2028 Los Angeles Olympic rowing competition from Lake Perris to Long Beach’s Marine Stadium.
The winter high school sports schedule that spans from Thanksgiving to St. Patrick’s Day has gradually turned into the most successful season for Long Beach high schools.
Long Beach has produced more professional football and baseball players than any other city in America, so it’s not surprising that more than 30 athletes with ties to Long Beach competed in the most recent National Football League and Major League Baseball seasons.
Turner’s passing is another hard moment in what has been a difficult stretch for LBCC, which has now lost three players in a 16-month span.
Cesar Vazquez is a naturally deft defender who is here to learn English before returning to his native Mexico. Brayan Mora is a talented striker who fled Venezuela as a political refugee last year with an unpredictable future.