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With the two best teams in the country on the floor, a huge crowd, and a second NCAA trophy, it was an epic end to what has been a truly golden chapter in the school’s athletic history.
The boxing coach was once the world’s top-ranked amateur female fighter.
The Long Beach State men’s volleyball team dug deep and came out with an exciting four-set win in the NCAA Final Four over Pepperdine.
This week on the show Mike & JJ are preparing for the NCAA Men’s Volleyball Final Four in Long Beach, announcing The562.org Athlete Of The Month presented by Johnny B. Hair Care, and talking to 2x AVCA Player Of The Year TJ DeFalco as LBSU prepares to defend its title at Walter Pyramid.
He leads Long Beach State into this week’s Final Four, looking to become the first team in school history to repeat as NCAA champions.
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.
The first Olympic qualifying event for skateboarding in the U.S. will be held in Long Beach.
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.