Former Cal State Bakersfield left-handed pitcher Austin Davis was called up by the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday, becoming the first former CSUB player to make it to Major League Baseball. Davis, who played for CSUB from 2012-14 and redshirted for one season, spent parts of five seasons in…
In about two months, the Bakersfield College football team will head into Memorial Stadium for its first taste of action — albeit in a scrimmage against Antelope Valley on Aug. 22.
Cal State Bakersfield’s men’s soccer schedule, released Friday, features 11 games at CSUB’s Main Soccer Field. In total, CSUB will host five non-conference games and six conference games on campus.
John Pavletich would typically check out the starting lineups prior to the Cal State Fullerton baseball games and more often than not, he wouldn’t see his then-redshirt freshman son Jake’s name as one of the Titans listed.
Now that it’s summer (by school sports schedule standards) and we’ve had a little more than a week to catch our breaths, it’s time to look back on the 2017-18 year that was in Bakersfield college sports.
De’Monte Buckingham wanted a team that would compete for NCAA Tournament appearances. He was looking for a program where the players work hard and compete every minute of each game.
Jeremy Beard said it in February before the start of the 2018 season, throughout the year and again on Saturday less than 24 hours after the season ended — turbulence. And, really, there probably is no better way to describe the campaign than turbulent.
Three local Bakersfield College volleyball players will be continuing their athletic careers at four-year schools. Outside hitter Alexis Paris is headed east to Niagara University (Division I) in New York. Libero Haley Sanchez will be playing in the Big 12 at Oklahoma (Division I). Middle bl…
Cal State Bakersfield’s baseball season came to an end Friday with a 17-3 loss to Sacramento State in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament in Mesa, Ariz.
Behind a strong outing from freshman starting pitcher Davonte Butler, Cal State Bakersfield baseball shut out Northern Colorado, 2-0, in its second game of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament. The win keeps No. 6 CSUB’s (21-35) season alive in the double-elimination tournament.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball couldn’t score any runs and lost to third-seeded New Mexico State, 4-0, in the first round of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament in Mesa, Arizona on Wednesday.
Kyle King is no stranger to the transition period college baseball players have to go through when joining a new team. He understands the process of getting to know the players and coaches while they get to know him. Joining four different teams in a span of four years after high school, it …
Devon Lee picked the perfect time to turn in his best performance of the year. The Bakersfield College freshman set a new personal record in the triple jump during the CCCAA Track and Field Championships at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
The Cal State Bakersfield baseball team took an early 3-0 lead, but Chicago State University came back to earn a 6-3 victory at Hardt Field in the regular season finale for both teams on Saturday.
Just before 8 p.m. on Friday night, there shouldn’t have been much concern in the Cal State Bakersfield baseball dugout. The Roadrunners had just scored six runs to take a commanding 9-2 lead over Chicago State. A few minutes after that, New Mexico State finished its 4-2 victory over Texas-R…
The CCCAA State Track and Field Championships started Friday and continue Saturday at Memorial Stadium at Bakersfield College.
One of Jim Ryun’s strongest memories from the night he etched his name in global sports history (again) and especially Bakersfield sports history was how easy the race was. He felt like he could have run more. He felt like he could have run faster.
Cal State Bakersfield head coach Jeremy Beard is a believer that winning the first game of any series is important. To do it the way that CSUB did on Thursday, was even more significant.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball’s players and coaches are trying not to treat the upcoming regular-season-ending series against Chicago State any differently than the previous 51 games of the year.
Tristan Watson nearly fell when he lunged at the finish line for the 110-meter hurdles race at the Western Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships. When he saw his time, he actually did fall to the ground.
UC Santa Barbara center fielder Tommy Jew hit a sacrifice fly to right with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th inning to take down Cal State Bakersfield (18-33), 6-5, in Santa Barbara on Tuesday.
Bakersfield College softball’s (33-11) unexpected, turnaround year ended Saturday with an 8-0 loss to No. 3 Cypress (37-7) in the second round of the CCCAA Softball Southern California Regional playoffs. Cypress, the defending state champions, took down No. 6 BC, 6-1, on Friday.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball only scored two runs and lost to Northern Colorado, 4-2, in Colorado on Saturday. The Roadrunners (17-32, 7-13 Western Athletic) matched the Bears’ (28-21, 11-12) eight hits but UNC had two critical home runs.
Bakersfield College’s duo of Alex Paris and Sarah Armendariz finished 2-1 in its pool Friday to move on to the 16-pair, single elimination bracket of the CCCAA Beach Volleyball Championships on Saturday.
Cal State Bakersfield’s David Sellens led the way with a second place finish in the men’s hammer throw and three other Roadrunners finished third in their events on the second day of the Western Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Lawrence, Kansas.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball (17-31, 7-12 Western Athletic) watched a 4-1 lead after four innings slip away and lost to Northern Colorado (27-21, 10-12), 9-5, on the road on Friday in the first of a three-game series.
Bakersfield College softball couldn’t keep up with Cypress College’s offense and lost, 6-1, at Cypress in the first game of the second round of the CCCAA Southern California Regional playoffs on Friday.
Cypress College softball is a different team than the one that went undefeated one year ago en route to a state championship. It lost several key contributors from that group.
The postseason qualification situation isn’t simple yet for Cal State Bakersfield baseball but the goal is clear: sweep Northern Colorado this weekend and at the very least, win two of the three games, CSUB head coach Jeremy Beard and players said.
Fifth-seeded Cal State Bakersfield softball (6-37) gave up nine runs in the second inning en route to a 15-0 loss to No. 4 Grand Canyon (28-26) in the first round of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament in Las Cruces, New Mexico on Wednesday. The game was just five innings because of t…
Cal State Bakersfield’s track and field team won’t be bringing the 55 to 60 people that Grand Canyon, Missouri-Kansas City and Utah Valley are each sending to the Western Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships, according to CSUB head coach Marcia Mansur-Wentworth.
Visiting Loyola Marymount scored a run on the first batter of the game and Cal State Bakersfield baseball didn’t score all contest. The Roadrunners (17-30) lost, 10-0, at Hardt Field on Tuesday.
Bakersfield College softball coach Casey Goodman knew her team could overcome a less-than-stellar performance from pitcher Kylee Fahy because Fahy, even when she’s off, doesn’t give up many runs.
In 18 innings across two games, Bakersfield College baseball scored just one run against Riverside City College. According to Renegades head coach Tim Painton, that’s all you need to know.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball (17-28, 7-10 Western Athletic) scored seven runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to come back and beat Western Athletic Conference-leading Grand Canyon (26-20, 13-4), 9-7, at Hardt Field on Saturday. It was CSUB’s third ever win over GCU (in 14 meetings) and…
Jordynn Jimenez delivered a clutch two-run double and Kylee Fahy was once again dominant in the circle as the Bakersfield College softball team beat visiting Riverside City College 4-1 in Game 1 of their CCCAA Southern California Regional, best-of-three playoff series.
The Bakersfield College baseball team put 12 runners on base but failed to score any runs during Game 1 of its best-of-three, first-round CCCAA Southern California Regional playoff series against visiting Riverside City College.
Bakersfield College’s softball players all questioned head coach Casey Goodman about an open date on the schedule. They had just lost, 1-0, to Riverside City College at home in March and wanted to play RCC again. Goodman told her players they’d have to wait until next year.
Cal State Bakersfield athletics held its Seventh Annual ROWDY Awards on Wednesday night at Fox Theater. The awards focused primarily on the student-athlete experience at CSUB — on the field, in the classroom and in the community. Here is a list of the award winners:
Cal State Bakersfield head softball coach Chrissy Buck-Ziegler has a saying that she likes to tell her team. The Western Athletic Conference — especially the WAC Tournament — can be wacky.
There are turnaround seasons and then there’s what Casey Goodman and Megan Rowe have done in their first season at Bakersfield College. The head coach and assistant coach, respectively, took a team that hadn’t had a winning season since 2012 (when athletic director Sandi Taylor was the coach…
Cameron Williams was stoked to receive his first college football offer from Arizona when he was just a freshman in high school two years ago.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball (16-25, 6-9 Western Athletic) outscored Seattle, 6-1, in the final eight innings of the game. But it was the first inning that mattered most on Saturday, as the Redhawks (28-12, 9-5) scored seven runs in the opening frame and held on for an 8-6 win. The rubber …