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ICYMI: October 31-November 6, 2016

11/7/2016

ICYMI: Here are the top five things that happened in the Big West last week….In Case You Missed It!

1. Long Beach State Claims Tournament Title, Raises The Cup

Long Beach State ran rampant in the first half, scoring three goals and cruising to a 3-0 win on the day over UC Irvine in the Big West Tournament finals, advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season.  Full Story

 
Long Beach State defeated UC Irvine 3-0 in the 2016 Big West w...

WSOC: CHAMPIONS 🏆 Crown 'em. Long Beach State is your 2016 women's soccer Tournament title holder! The 49ers are going DANCING.

Posted by Big West Conference on Monday, November 7, 2016

2. Big West Announces All-Conference Honors

Last week was a busy week for all-conference honors as the Big West Conference announced the selections for cross country, men’s soccer and women’s soccer.


3. Sacramento State, Cal State Fullerton Advance in Big West Tournament

Sacramento State earned its first-ever Big West Conference Tournament game Saturday afternoon to advance to the semifinals while Cal State Fullerton will move on after a thrilling 5-3 advantage in penalty kicks after a 1-1 double overtime draw.  Men’s Soccer Championship Page


4. Big West Releases 2016-17 Women’s Basketball Fall Preview

With the season just around the corner, a refresher on the nine women’s basketball teams gets fans primed for the 2016-17. The head coaches also took the time to give a synopsis of the season ahead.  Full Story


5.  Hawai’i Wins Long Beach State Rematch, Takes Over First Place

The No. 15 University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team (17-5, 10-1 Big West) played arguably their best match this season in a quick dismantling of Long Beach State (16-9, 10-2 BWC) in straight-sets, 25-13, 25-15, 25-16, to take sole-possession of first place in the Big West on Friday night at the Stan Sheriff Center. Annie Mitchem tied her career-high with 13 kills while Emily Maglio added 10 and recorded a match-high four blocks.  Full Story


Did You See? UC Davis alum and Olympian Kim Conley finished 16th among all females in her first attempt at 26.2 miles at the NYC Marathon.  Way to go Kim!