Get all the latest news from San Luis Obispo with the Cal Poly weekly press conferences. This week, hear from men’s basketball coach Kevin Bromley and senior F/C Titus Shelton, women’s basketball coach Faith Mimnaugh, men’s soccer coach Paul Holocher, and women’s tennis coach Hugh Bream. All five press conferences are now available on BigWest.TV
The Mustangs men’s basketball team split on the road last week, losing at UC Irvine but picking up a win at Cal State Fullerton. They are currently tied with UC Santa Barbara for the 8th and final spot in the Big West Basketball Tournament (March 11-14, 2009). Find out what coach Kevin Bromley and senior Titus Shelton have to say about the season to date and their upcoming games. The Mustangs head to Cal State Northridge on Wednesday, February 11 to face the second-place Matadors. On Saturday, February 14, they travel to UCSB in hopes of getting a little payback for their loss to the Gauchos on January 17. Both games will be available live on BigWest.TV.
Cal Poly women’s hoops team is riding a six-game winning streak, and at 7-3 in Big West play, they stand alone at third place in the Big West. The Mustangs swept UC Irvine and Cal State Fullerton last week at home to improve their overall record to 15-7. Coach Faith Mimnaugh talks about this week’s lone contest, a Valentine’s Day match-up in Mott Gym against league-leading UC Santa Barbara. The Mustangs fell to the currently 10-0 Gauchos on January 17. The critical conference match-up will be shown live on BigWest.TV.
For the second year in a row, Cal Poly will host the MLS Central Coast Showcase, a two-game exhibition set featuring the San Jose Earthquakes. Mustangs coach Paul Holocher talks about hosting the prestigious event, as the Earthquakes face off against the Seattle Sounders FC on Friday, February 13 and the two-time MLS Cup champion Houston Dynamo on Sunday February 15. More information can be found by going to the 2009 MLS Central Coach Showcase Hub at GoPoly.com.
The Cal Poly women’s tennis team will face its first ranked opponent of the year when they take on No. 5 Stanford on Tuesday, February 10 in a match that was rescheduled from last week. They will then face LMU on Saturday, February 14, weather permitting. Hear what coach Hugh Bream thinks about taking on the Cardinal and the Lions.
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