Justin Edler-Davis knew he was going to see some ugliness when the postgame stats from Thursday's game against Utah Valley were handed to him.
More than a week after being tabbed as the interim head football coach at Bakersfield College, the weight of the hire seemed to finally set in for R. Todd Littlejohn.
Coming off their worst loss of the season, the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team responded with arguably its biggest win in a stunning comeback at Utah Valley Thursday.
Rod Barnes has frequently said his team can be dangerous if it finds consistent scoring options outside of Taze Moore and De'Monte Buckingham.
When Utah Valley defeated Texas-Rio Grande Valley Saturday, it seemed a certainty the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team would be heading to Orem for an unbeaten WAC showdown with the Wolverines Thursday.
In a 30-plus year coaching career, Rod Barnes says he's never seen a player shoot as well in practice without being able to carry it over to games in the way Justin Edler-Davis has this season.
When trying to land guests for its annual Hot Stove Baseball Dinner, its safe to say the Cal State Bakersfield athletic department doesn't take the safe approach.
Having proven itself capable of handling its business at home, the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team is hopeful a recent stretch will bring some needed consistency on the road.
The CSUB men’s basketball team is a couple of games into their conference schedule and they are well on their way to Making Their Mark on the Western Athletic Conference. Now it is time for the women’s team to join the party.
Though it's being billed as "661 Night," not all Kern County natives are likely to receive a warm greeting from the Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team in a game Wednesday night.
Seemingly on the cusp of getting run out of the gym midway through the second half, Cal State Bakersfield flipped the switch and successfully chased an undermanned Grand Canyon team out of the Icardo Center Saturday.
The Bakersfield College men’s basketball team shook off a slow start and cruised to its sixth straight victory, pulling away for a 101-54 victory over Oxnard as part of the Western State Classic at the Gil Bishop Sports Center on Saturday afternoon.
The 2019 professional and collegiate football seasons have mostly come to an end, with just a few more bowl games and the NFL playoffs underway in the early weeks of 2020.
Watching Tyrell Coleman interact with his Bakersfield College teammates at Monday’s basketball practice, there doesn't appear to be any noticeable scars.
At the start of the season, Cal State Bakersfield was projected to finish in the middle of the WAC standings in both men's and women's basketball.
Each passing year is unique to all of us. For me, 2019 has been memorable for the things that have happened to me, and more importantly, the things that didn’t.
A pair of big runs by Texas Tech proved too much for the Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team to overcome in a Sunday road tilt against last season's national runner-up
Coming off some of their best stretches of basketball this season, the Cal State Bakersfield men's and women's teams will get to test themselves against teams of national prominence as they close out non-conference play.
As he limped off the court with an ankle injury late in the first half, the thought of seeing Taze Moore sky for a game-saving rebound seemed a near impossibility Thursday night.
Jonathan Hunter boldly declared "I'm not coming home with second" from the CCCAA State Wrestling Tournament in Fresno and the Bakersfield College freshman followed through on that claim.
Three wrestlers moved onto the semifinals and Bakersfield College found itself in fourth place at the end of the first day of the CCCAA State Wrestling Tournament in Fresno.
Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star infielder Max Muncy will attend the seventh annual CSUB Hot Stove Dinner, according to Cal State Bakersfield athletics.
Following arguably its most impressive win of the season, the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team easily avoided a potential trap game against NAIA opponent Westcliff.
Numerous opponents with varying degrees of talent have come into the Icardo Center this season, only for the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team to send them home with a loss.
As he works though an emotional time, a needed sense of familiarity comes over Fred Eckles from his sixth-row seat at the Icardo Center on Dec. 2.
Five more games. Five more games until conference play begins for coach Rod Barnes and the Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball team.