As Cal State Bakersfield freshman Jarkel Joiner dribbled past midcourt the CSUB student section behind the Idaho bench in the Icardo Center on Saturday night repeatedly chanted, “that’s game.”

The Roadrunners (6-4) finished their road trip with a 66-50 loss to South Dakota (3-6) in Vermillion, South Dakota on Saturday. CSUB lost its third straight game for its longest losing streak so far in the young season.

The Bakersfield College women's basketball team lost its final home game of the calendar year, 109-39, to Mt. San Jacinto on Saturday night.

FRESNO — Cal State Bakersfield forward Shon Briggs made a power dribble and shoulder shake move inside. He put up the layup that fell through the net with contact, sending the CSUB bench into a frenzy as the Roadrunners cut the Fresno State lead to 10.

Cal State Bakersfield’s women’s basketball team (3-4) is continuing its road trip with an 11 a.m. game at UC Riverside (2-7) on Wednesday. The Roadrunners are in their third of four straight road games since Nov. 27 that has taken CSUB to Utah and Texas. The fourth game is at South Dakota on…

DALLAS — SMU used a strong fourth quarter to pull away from the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team down the stretch at Moody Coliseum to win 41-29. SMU didn’t allow the Roadrunners to score over the final 7:23 of the contest and gave up just three fourth quarter points in total.

The Renegades (6-4) took down Santiago Canyon (10-3), 99-91, in the consolation title game at the Mount San Jacinto Tournament on Saturday morning. Sophomore Jamar Hammonds scored 27, dished out nine assists and grabbed eight rebounds. He was 11-of-14 from the line.

Bakersfield (5-4) avenged its Nov. 10 loss to San Diego Mesa with a 94-81 win over the Olympians on Friday in the Mount San Jacinto Tournament.

Bakersfield College (4-4) got 21 points from sophomore wing Tucker Eenigenburg, but it wasn’t enough as the Renegades lost to Riverside (5-2), 79-72, in San Jacinto in the Hemet Valley Kiwanis Hoops and Crops Tournament on Thursday. BC led by as much as 10 in the opening minutes of the secon…

LOS ANGELES — Rod Barnes stretched his legs out and leaned back in his chair on the bench, crossing his arms behind head. The Cal State Bakersfield head coach fixed his eyes toward the ceiling of UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion as his center, Moataz Aly, jogged to the sideline.

Four years ago, when Cal State Bakersfield was hiring a new women’s volleyball coach, Thomas Wallace met Giovana Melo. Immediately following that one-on-one interview, Wallace, the vice president for student affairs at CSUB, knew Melo was the right fit for the Roardrunners moving forward.

Sitting inside the Icardo Center for his first press conference of the season, Cal State Bakersfield center Moataz Aly wasn’t joking when he said he tried to score every time his teammates passed him the ball.

Bakersfield College’s once promising season with state title aspirations ended with three straight losses, including a 37-10 domination by Long Beach in the Patriotic Bowl. At its best, BC was ranked No. 5 in the state in 2017, but closed the year ranked 15th.

Justin Davis hit a 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds left to lift Cal State Bakersfield to a 64-62 victory over Idaho in the semifinals of the Great Alaska Shootout on Friday night in Anchorage, Alaska.

Judging by the amount of adjustments and yelling coming from Cal State Bakersfield women’s basketball coach Greg McCall while his Roadrunners were on defense, you might have thought his team was having a hard time against Cal State Fullerton’s offense.

Damiyne Durham is arguably the most explosive scorer on the Cal State Bakersfield team. He’ll go through streaks where he struggles to hit a shot, but he can also change the tide of a game in a matter of minutes or even seconds.

LONG BEACH — The few words Bakersfield College head coach Jeff Chudy could find to describe his team’s final performance of the season weren’t flattering at all: “lack of focus,” “lack of execution,” “mind-boggling.”