ICYMI: Here are the top five things that happened in the Big West last week….In Case You Missed It!
1. Cal State Fullerton Welcomes New Head Women's Basketball Coach
Cal State Fullerton named Jeff Harada its head women's basketball coach, the program's 11th head coach in the program's 48-year history. Full Story.
2. Long Beach State Announces New Athletics Director
Long Beach State announced the hiring of Andy Fee as the new LBSU Athletic Director, Thursday night. Fee comes from another fellow Big West member, UC Santa Barbara, where he served as the deputy athletics director. He will be the university's 12th athletic director. Full Story.
3. UC Irvine's David Kim Earns Medalist Honors, UCSB Claims Team Honors
UC Irvine junior David Kim earned medalist honors in the Cal Poly shootout that concluded Tuesday at Cypress Ridge Golf Club in Arroyo Grande. Full Story.
The UC Santa Barbara men's golf team shot 22-under par and led from wire-to-wire at the Cal Poly Shootout, rolling to its fourth tournament title of the season. The Gauchos finished 24 shots ahead of second-place UC Irvine in the event played at the Cypress Ridge Golf Course. Full Story.
4. Big West Regular Season Titles Taken
UC Irvine women's water polo claimed its seventh regular season title in program history after defeating Long Beach State 6-3. UCI finished league undefeated at 5-0 and enter the Big West Tournament as the #1 seed. Full Story.
UCSB men's tennis takes home its second-straight regular season title with a 5-2 win over UC Santa Barbara. Full Story.
5. Martina Edberg Shares International Journey From eating just lettuce and tomatoes to $15,000 medical bills and a Big West title, golf has carried Martina Edberg from Sweden to Cal State Fullerton as the Titans' first foreign player. Watch her story below!