Cal State East Bay placed 49 student-athletes on the 2013-14 California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) All-Academic Team, the most for the Pioneers as members of the conference.
Pioneer Women's Swimming finds the depth to push against the pain, the distance and the clock.
Senior Lauren McGlory earned All-America honors in the triple jump finals at the NCAA Div. II Track & Field Championships, taking fourth in the nation.
The issue — now available online — focuses on the "trials, triumphs and transformations of Pioneer Athletics."
Starnes, Cal State East Bay's junior centerfielder, earned California Collegiate Athletic Association recognition for week of April 28-May 4.
Linda Brown wins co-championship for NCAA Division II West Region. She is first Pioneer golfer to compete for a national title.
Junior infielder Ryan Kochan was named CCAA Player of the Week after batting .467 during the Pioneers' four-game sweep of Cal State LA.
Cal State Eats Bay senior Cheslie Kakela was named CCAA Softball Player of the Week after the Pioneers won three out of four games against Chico State.
CSUEB senior Lauren McGlory was named CCAA Female Track & Field Athlete of the week after breaking school record in the triple jump.
The Pioneer swim team placed 15th in the nation at the NCAA Division II championships as four swimmers became first-team All-Americans.
CSUEB softball newcomers Emily Perlich and Jaynie MacDonald were selected for the conference honors for the past week.
Cal State East Bay is closing out the 2013-14 athletics season with an entire weekend devoted to celebrating Pioneer Pride.
Cal State East Bay swim team is sending six members to NCAA Division II Nationals following Pacific Coast Swim Conference season.
It's the first time that many CSUEB women's basketball players have won All-California Collegiate Athletic Association honors in one season.
The junior goalkeeper was named Western Water Polo Association's top player after notching 50 saves and leading her team to two wins.
Terrance was recognized by the California Collegiate Athletic Association after scoring the 1,000th point of her Pioneer cage career last weekend.
The Pioneers successfully opened the 2014 baseball season behind hurler named "Pitcher of the Week" by the CCAA and collegiate baseball writers.
As the Pioneers' women's cage squad moved into first place in the CCAA, the roster of players from a decade ago were also honored as part of the annual alumnae reunion.
The new Hall class includes four former student-athletes and a pair of former coaches who will be honored at the May 18 banquet on campus.
She averaged 16.5 points, 10.5 rebounds, four assists, and two blocked shots per game in two victories for the Pioneers' women's team.
Junior Veronica Sanchez and senior Suzy Ni Xu have earned second-team All-California Collegiate Athletic Association honors as voted upon by the 12 Conference head coaches.
Gabe Kindred, a senior guard, averaged 23.5 points per game in being selected for the California Collegiate Athletic Association honor.
The celebration theme is “Rise of the Red and Black,” as CSUEB welcomes alumni and seeks to inspire university pride for current students.
Finlay, a senior guard for the Pioneer women's basketball team, was recognized one week after CSUEB men's player Gabe Kindred was honored by the conference.
Cal State East Bay women's golfer Andrea Castellanos won the individual championship at the 2013 Sonoma State Invitational with a two-round total of 147 (+3) at Santa Rosa Golf and Country Club.
Cal State East Bay freshman Sarah Perrin finished 11th out of 200 runners at the California Collegiate Athletic Association Championships to claim all-conference and 'Freshman of the Year' honors.
The fall athletics season is in full swing at CSUEB. Director of Athletics Sara Lillevand Judd recaps September's action and welcomes everyone back to campus for another exciting school year.
A young girl who was injured in a drive-by shooting received a special visit from four members of the Pioneer softball team.
For the first time, Cal State East Bay has been ranked among the nation's top 100 Division II institutions in the National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA) Power Rankings that assess athletics and academic strengths.
A select group of CSUEB student-athletes are recipients of the prestigious recognition for 2012-13 by the the NCAA Div. II Athletics Directors Association.
Pioneer Athletics is preparing for the start of the fall season, but it has been an exciting summer -- particularly for the CSUEB Baseball team, which had the rare opportunity to travel to Japan.
All-Academic honors go to 37 Cal State East Bay student-athletes for the 2012-13 sports year. In addition to their hard work in class, Pioneers representing multiple sports made CSUEB Athletics history.
Cal State East Bay's new director of athletics was the recipient of a prestigious award in recognition of the outstanding achievements and success of women working in athletics.
Cal State East Bay men's golfer Chris Herzog was named as a 2013 NCAA Division II All-America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
For the 10th time, Cal State East Bay water polo players earned a team award for their academic prowess. Six individual Pioneers also won All-Academic honors from the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches.
Sara Lillevand Judd addresses the Cal State East Bay community for the first time in her new role as director of Athletics, laying out her goals and aspirations for the future of Pioneer Athletics.
Cal State East Bay senior Claire Pierce and junior Sara Hudyn were first-team ACWPC All-American selections for the 2013 season.
In its third year under coach Ben Loorz — and just its fourth since joining NCAA Division II — Cal State East Bay set 16 school records.
After completing a remarkable 2012-13 season, Pioneer Athletics is hard at work preparing to reach new heights in the new school year.
Pioneer senior pitcher Charlie Sharrer was selected in the 26th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball first-year player draft on June 8.
Pioneer Athletics held its annual Student-Athlete Awards Banquet to recognize accomplishments of Cal State East Bay's sports teams during the 2012-13 academic year.
Gus Argenal, a native of Lafayette, Calif., will guide the Pioneers beginning with the 2013-14 cage season. Most recently he was an assistant coach at Rice University.
Judd, former Pioneer women's basketball coach and current senior associate athletic director, begins her new job, effective June 1.
The Pioneer men's golf team competed in the NCAA Division II West/South-Central Regional tournament for the second straight year, finishing in a four-way tie for 11th place.
Eight Pioneers baseball players have been selected to the California Collegiate Athletic Association all-conference teams, the most in program history.
Dawn Ellerbe was honored by the Hayward Rotary for her work providing opportunities for young people and improving the quality of life in the community.
The Pioneer men's soccer team hosted more than 70 youth players from the East Bay for a free clinic at Pioneer Stadium prior to their spring game against UC Davis.
De Angelis, who was the first woman to hold the top position in CSUEB's athletics department and who brought the Pioneers back to NCAA Division II play during her 12-year career, will retire Aug. 2.
CSUEB seniors Taryn Thomas and Sara Holdridge were among those selected to the 2013 All-California Collegiate Athletic Association softball teams for 2013.
Cal State East Bay's Sara Hudyn, Claire Pierce and Jennifer Lightbody have been named by the Western Water Polo Association for its all-conference teams.
The senior right-hander has been named the Rawlings/California Collegiate Athletic Association top hurler for the week of April 15-21.
The 17th annual Cal State East Bay Golf Classic is less than two weeks away, but there’s still time to register.
Will Biggs, with 223 victories, leaves CSUEB as the winningest coach in the history of Pioneer men's basketball program.
The Pioneer senior was selected as the nation's top NCAA Division II player by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. He is the first in Pioneer baseball history to win the national honor.
With our spring sports in full swing, there is a great deal to be excited about over the next several weeks. However, it will be a tall order to out-perform the month of March, which was a truly remarkable one for Pioneer Athletics, featuring several historic accomplishments by our student-athletes.
The Cal State East Bay track and cross country teams are partnering with Associated Students Inc. to host the May 11 event.
For the first time since 1977, the Cal State East Bay baseball team is ranked in the national Top 30 poll, reaching No. 22 in the Mar. 18 ABCA/Collegiate Baseball Newspaper rankings.
White, a CSUEB alumnus, recently took office as the seventh CSU chancellor; he met with faculty, staff and students as part of a first-year tour of the 23 CSU campuses.
Cal State East Bay baseball players Kyle Zozaya and Sean Becker were honored Feb. 26 by both the conference and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association for their performances the previous weekend.
Cal State East Bay women's basketball player Brianna Terrance was named Wilson/CCAA Player of the Week for her efforts in two wins last week.
The Cal State East Bay swim team posted a program-best second place finish and saw Head Coach Ben Loorz garner Coach of the Meet honors at the Pacific Coast Swim Conference championships, which wrapped up on Saturday.
Four Cal State East Bay swimmers have qualified for the 2013 NCAA Division II Championships to be held in March in Birmingham, Ala.
The Cal State East Bay Athletics Department announced that nine teams and more than half of the current student-athletes earned a GPA of at least 3.0 during fall quarter.
Cal State East Bay is putting the finishing touches on 2013 Homecoming celebrations taking place Feb. 4-10.
The Cal State East Bay Athletics Department will celebrate local students who participated in the Read with the Pioneers Program during the basketball doubleheader on Jan. 12.