Cal State Bakersfield head coach Rod Barnes was not happy with Rickey Holden.
The first platelet-rich plasma injection Cal State Bakersfield forward James Suber received in the front of his left knee was so painful — “one of the worst feelings I ever felt in my life” — he demanded he be put to sleep for the future treatments.
It wasn’t quite how Bakersfield College head coach Rich Hughes planned, but sophomore guard Shahadah Camp hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer while falling down to lift BC men’s basketball (7-5) to a 71-68 win over West Hills Coalinga (4-7) at the Gil Bishop Sports Center on Wednesday.
Watching his daughter at Phoenix Mercury training camp, Cal State Bakersfield women’s basketball coach Greg McCall couldn’t help but notice Diana Taurasi’s presence in practice.
Cal State Bakersfield wrestlers Russell Rohlfing and Sean Nickell made gains in the FloWrestling rankings following CSUB’s loss at Oregon State on Sunday. Rohlfing moved up to No. 14 in the nation at 149 pounds and Nickell improved to No. 19 at 133 pounds.
Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball made five of its last six shots from the floor, pulling away for a 73-67 win over Idaho (3-6) in Moscow, Idaho on Saturday night.
Adrian Godinez was Bakersfield College wrestling’s top finisher at the CCCAA State Wrestling Championship for the second year in a row, taking third in the 197-pound weight class on Saturday. He won the state title at 184 pounds a year ago.
Cal State Bakersfield women’s swimming and diving lost to Fresno State at home on Saturday, 155.5-125.5, in a dual meet. CSUB’s Sabrina Zavala won the 1,000-yard freestyle and Autumn D’Arcy finished first in three events (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 100 butterfly).
Legendary Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Orel Hershiser, who won a World Series with LA and holds the Major League Baseball record for longest scoreless innings streak, will be the featured speaker for Cal State Bakersfield’s 2019 Hot Stove Dinner.
Bakersfield College wrestling is headed into the most important weekend of the year. The Renegades will take 10 wrestlers (nine qualifiers and one alternate) — the most head coach Brett Clark and his staff have ever brought — to the CCCAA State Wrestling Championship, which starts Friday at …
If not for James Suber and Jarkel Joiner, UC Merced, an NAIA school, might have pulled off its biggest win of the season in the Icardo Center on Tuesday night.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball’s 2019 schedule includes two games (home and away) with Fresno State and a March trip to Hawaii for a four-game series with the future Big West foe. In total, CSUB will play 25 games at Hardt Field and 33 away from home once the regular season starts in February.
The Bakersfield College Renegades saved probably their best performance for the last game of the season (considering star running back Elisha Ortiz was out), losing on a last-minute field goal to Saddleback in the Patriotic Bowl. BC led the No. 1 team in the state by two scores a week prior …
Redshirt senior wrestler Sean Nickell's run at the Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas ended Saturday morning with a loss to No. 7 Ethan Lizak of Minnesota.
Despite senior Alexxus Gilbert leading Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball in scoring for the second straight game, the Roadrunners dropped their third consecutive road contest, 85-78, at UC Irvine on Saturday.
Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball coach Rod Barnes has a similar conversation with his team every year. This season, sophomore guard Jarkel Joiner took special note of it.
Bakersfield College volleyball’s stay in the in the state tournament was brief as the Renegades fell to Fresno City 25-17, 26-24, 12-25, 25-21 in the quarterfinals on Friday at Solano College in Fairfield.
Bakersfield College volleyball coach Carl Ferreira doesn’t want his players to think about Friday’s game as anything more than just another volleyball match.
Cal State Bakersfield women’s basketball (4-3) pulled within one point of UC Irvine (6-0) midway through the fourth quarter, but the Anteaters responded with a 9-2 run to come away with a 85-78 win over the Roadrunners.
For the next month, the Icardo Center will serve solely as an occasional practice venue for the Cal State Bakersfield women’s basketball team.
LOS ANGELES — Cal State Bakersfield assistant coach Benjy Taylor held both of his arms straight up in the air, trying to demonstrate defensive technique to Cartell Thompson on the opposite end of the court. Head coach Rod Barnes walked back toward the bench with his hands folded behind his head.
The Bakersfield College volleyball team punched its ticket to the CCCAA State Championship Tournament with a dramatic five-set victory (25-18, 25-18, 22-25, 23-25, 16-14) over San Diego Mesa College at the Gil Bishop Sports Center on Saturday night.
Greg Lee knows his favorite Jack in the Box order by heart. Two sausage croissant sandwiches and medium curly fries. $9.35, he remembers. Every Sunday. That’s the day the Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball team usually gets off, after all.
There’s something about the Icardo Center that leaves Cal State Bakersfield’s volleyball players feeling a little bit more comfortable on the court.
Coming off the team’s longest break of the season — 11 days between matches — Bakersfield College volleyball coach Carl Ferreira was concerned about his team losing its rhythm. And at times, early in sets in the Gil Bishop Sports Center on Tuesday, those concerns came to fruition.
Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball coach Rod Barnes acknowledges the his team’s most glaring deficiency is its size. To get back to the NCAA Tournament they need to add “some size, some bulk, some strength,” he said.
The Bakersfield College volleyball team does not shy away from the type of expectations that come with a one-loss regular season and a No. 2 seed in the Southern California Regional Playoffs.
Behind a Division-I program record 17 steals, the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners had a comeback win, 73-72, over San Jose State in the Junkanoo Jam in The Bahamas on Saturday.
MISSION VIEJO — Bakersfield College’s defense had not stopped Saddleback College so BC head coach Jeff Chudy resorted to all he had left: his three timeouts.
When Bakersfield College football coach Jeff Chudy looks at his team and the Saddleback College Gauchos, on paper, he thinks they are pretty even.
The Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball team fell in Thursday's opening round of the Junkanoo Jam tournament in The Bahamas, 67-55, to Central Michigan.
Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball is overseas in the Bahamas set to take part in the inaugural Junkanoo Jam tournament. CSUB (1-1) will face Central Michigan (2-0) in the first game of the tournament on Thursday at 3 p.m. San Jose State and Weber State are also part of the tournament.
Cal State Bakersfield forward Malayasia McHenry hit a 3-pointer to tie the game with about two minutes left, but turnovers and free throws cost the Roadrunners (2-1) as they lost to Texas-El Paso (2-0), 53-47, on the road on Wednesday.
Russell Rohlfing always has it in his head that he can beat any of the best wrestlers he’s bound to face in a given season.
Bakersfield College football will hit the road to play Saddleback in the Patriotic Bowl on Saturday, Nov. 17. The game will kickoff on at 5 p.m. at Mission Viejo High School.
SANTA CLARITA — The players on the College of the Canyons sideline waved their arms up and down at the crowd. They danced and sang along to the music pumping through Cougar Stadium.
The University of Pittsburgh, which is receiving votes in the USA Today/National Wrestling Coaches Association Top-25 rankings, downed the Cal State Bakersfield wrestling team Saturday, 32-4, to end a hard-fought weekend for the Roadrunners.
Bakersfield College’s football team has been more focused this week than any other throughout the season, according to sophomore wide receiver Cameron Roberson.
Cal State Bakersfield led No. 20 TCU for more than 31 minutes and was up by nine at halftime, but couldn’t hold on and lost, 66-61, on Wednesday. It would have been CSUB’s first win over a ranked team since joining Division I in 2007.
Bakersfield College men’s basketball led by eight at halftime and by two points with 4:53 to go, but lost to El Camino (1-1), 79-70, on the road in its first game of the 2018-19 season.