CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 2007 |
The Southern Poverty Law Center on Tuesday called for an investigation into the campus activities of Kevin MacDonald, a Cal State Long Beach psychology professor whose writings about Jews have been used to support the views of white supremacists.
March 15, 2007 |
Long Beach State has come a long way to make to the NCAA tournament, emerging from the depths of consecutive seasons in 2002-03 and 2003-04 when the 49ers went a combined 11-43 to a 24-7 record this season. Nobody knows better than Louis Darby, a fifth-year senior who has been through it all. Darby, a reserve forward, just shakes his head and smiles when he thinks about going to Columbus, Ohio, to face Tennessee in the first round Friday.
March 14, 2007 |
Long Beach State's appearance in the NCAA tournament will not have any bearing on whether Coach Larry Reynolds gets a contract extension, 49ers Athletic Director Vic Cegles said Tuesday. "As I have said from day one, we are going to evaluate the entire program at the end of the season," Cegles said. "That hasn't changed." Reynolds is in the final year of a five-year contract. The 49ers were 11-43 in his first two seasons but have gone 42-19 the last two seasons.
February 8, 2007 |
Suspended Long Beach State basketball players Kejuan Johnson and Mark Dawson will be reinstated for the 49ers' game against UC Santa Barbara on Saturday, Athletic Director Vic Cegles said Wednesday. The players, along with associate head coach Reggie Howard, sat out two games while the NCAA investigated possible eligibility infractions. They will also sit out tonight's game at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
February 2, 2007 |
Long Beach State basketball players Kejuan Johnson and Mark Dawson have been suspended indefinitely pending an NCAA investigation into their eligibility, Athletic Director Vic Cegles announced Thursday. Also suspended was associate head coach Reggie Howard, the recruiting coordinator.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 2006 |
Cal State Long Beach, beset by a series of assaults on female students over the last four weeks, is increasing security across the campus while urging women to take precautions so attackers cannot target isolated victims. "The campus has always been safe, and we're working very hard to get it that way again," said Toni Beron, a university spokeswoman. "We've been working very hard to make these attacks as public as possible." Since Oct.