The Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners never looked overmatched facing tough Big Sky competition on the road in Utah. But an error-laden fourth set doomed them to a 3-1 defeat against the host Weber State Wildcats Friday night, bringing CSUB's season to an end.

As local college basketball teams get deeper into their seasons, we're starting to see more and more of their true identities. Both Cal State Bakersfield teams, for example, demonstrated a great capacity for defense this past week — but will their offenses be able to go shot for shot with Bi…

Watching the first set of Bakersfield College's first-round women's volleyball playoff match, it would've been easy to get the teams' seedings confused. No. 17 Fullerton College, with one playoff win under its belt already, came out firing, while the top-seeded Renegades made unforced errors…

It's an exciting time to be a sports fan in Kern County, as the start of the winter sports season overlaps with the playoffs for fall sports. BC and CSUB's basketball teams embarked on their 2021-22 campaigns in this past week, as soccer and volleyball teams at BC were angling for postseason…

LOS ANGELES — Johnny Juzang scored 19 points, one of four starters in double figures for No. 2 UCLA in its 95-58 rout of Cal State Bakersfield on Tuesday night in the teams’ season opener.

The Bakersfield College Renegades committed 12 penalties for 118 yards — 48 more yards than in any other game this season — and were held scoreless for the last 26 minutes of Saturday night's game as they fell to the Huskies of East Los Angeles College, 27-24.

Basketball may be coming back this week, but don’t forget about all the great soccer action taking place around Bakersfield. BC men’s soccer continued its quest for a conference title, as CSUB men’s soccer entered the Big West tournament, and the Roadrunner women's team had a surprising end-…

The Bakersfield College Renegades got just 185 passing yards from three different quarterbacks, one of whom threw a pick-six. Peter Delis missed a field goal and an extra point. And returner Jaylan Lawson muffed a punt to let Long Beach City College back into the game late.

The Bakersfield College Renegades played their most complete defensive game of the season Saturday night. They forced four turnovers, held a rushing offense that had accumulated 400 yards a week earlier to just 128, and twice pushed their opponents from first and goal to back outside the 20-…

In their last match, against Long Beach State, the CSUB women's soccer team held firm for 109 minutes before conceding a heartbreaking game-winner in the 110th. The Roadrunners followed up that performance Thursday night against UC Irvine with an uneven showing in which the defense was stead…

Josiah Quiroz and Gracen Hayes each secured decisions late in the third round — Quiroz with an escape at 157, Hayes with a last-second near-fall at 165 — and the Bakersfield Renegades beat the Cuesta Cougars 24-15 Wednesday night.

The Mounties of Mt. San Antonio College intercepted three passes and held the Bakersfield Renegades to 72 yards in the first half to build a 10-point lead, then poured it on in the second half to win 45-21 Saturday night in Walnut.

Jake Cipres missed a potential game-winning field goal from 24 yards away with 10 seconds left as the Bakersfield Renegades held on to beat the Golden West Rustlers 20-19 Saturday afternoon in Huntington Beach.

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  • Deaths: 1,828

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