Spring 2014 Cal State East Bay Magazine now available
- May 15, 2014 7:00am
For its latest edition, "Pioneers Rising," Cal State East Bay Magazine provides coverage of the university's student-athletes, coaches, former star athletes, and new staff of the CSUEB Athletic Department.
The spring 2014 issue — now available online — focuses on the "trials, triumphs and transformations of Pioneer Athletics."
In the cover story, the track and field legacy of the McGlory family is featured. Marcus McGlory '92 captained the university's powerhouse Pioneer team. Two decades later, Marcus' daughter Lauren leads the team in the same event as her father, the triple jump.
Other articles in the magazine feature first-year Athletic Director Sara Lillevand Judd, the highly successful CSUEB women's swimming team, and men's and women's basketball stars Mark Samuels and Brianna Terrance. Also chronicled are the golf program's Mario Castellanos, who is an alumnus and current assistant coach, and his sister Andrea Castellanos, who is a star of the women's golf team.
The magazine profiles former student-athletes who remain involved and supportive of the Pioneer men's and women's athletic teams.
The online magazine includes articles and photo galleries, as well as a downloadable PDF of the print magazine. The full print edition is available for browsing online at http://issuu.com/csueb/docs/csuebmagspring14.
For a print copy of the current issue, contact Paris Winter at (510) 885-2360 or email@example.com.
-- Barry Zepel
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