Women’s soccer takes first two season home games against Georgia, Denver.

Women’s soccer takes first two season home games against Georgia, Denver.

Oscar Terrones, Assistant Sports Editor
September 1, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

The Long Beach State women’s soccer team used a pair of thrilling comebacks to secure its first two home wins of the season against Georgia and Denver at the George Allen Field. Almost immediately, at the start of the second half, the 49ers were down 1-0 after Georgia’s Caroline Waters scored. The... Read more »

Long Beach State women’s soccer weekend preview

Long Beach State women’s soccer weekend preview

Oscar Terrones, Sports Assistant Editor
August 28, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

Winless through its first two games, the Long Beach State women’s soccer team will host a pair of opponents this weekend at George Allen Field. The 49ers (0-1-1) failed to get on the scoreboard against USC and Georgetown, the latter of which is currently ranked no. 20 in the NCAA top 25 ranking.... Read more »

Women’s soccer team hopeful for national title

Women’s soccer team hopeful for national title

Oscar Terrones, Assistant Sports Editor
August 26, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

The Long Beach State women’s soccer team failed to qualify for the Big West tournament last year for only the third time since Mauricio Ingrassia took over as head coach in 2004. With several young players returning with at least a year of experience, there appears to be a good chance of reaching... Read more »

Mimi Rangel: Small, but plays loud on the field

Mimi Rangel: Small, but plays loud on the field

Oscar Terrones, Assistant Sports Editor
August 25, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

Arriving at Long Beach State as a highly touted recruit, Mimi Rangel quickly established herself as one of the more valuable pieces on the women’s soccer team. As a freshman last year, Rangel dominated the Big West Conference. In addition to being named the Big West Freshman of the Year, she earned... Read more »

Long Beach State claims victory against Northridge, loses to Southern California

Long Beach State claims victory against Northridge, loses to Southern California

Anita Wang, Sports Editor
August 24, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

One was the magic number for the Long Beach State women’s soccer team, which played its first match of the season against Cal State Northridge and won the game 1-0 last Saturday. Within the first 18 minutes against Northridge (0-1), a Matador defender deflected a cross, allowing freshman Ashley... Read more »

Women’s soccer team misses Big West Tournament with 2-1 loss to UC Riverside

Women’s soccer team misses Big West Tournament with 2-1 loss to UC Riverside

Daniel Astle, Assistant Sports Editor
November 3, 2013
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

The Long Beach State and UC Riverside women’s soccer teams entered Sunday’s season-concluding match at George Allen Field uncertain but still hopeful of a playoff bid. Barring a draw, however, only one team would be guaranteed to move onto next weekend’s Big West Tournament. With only three... Read more »

LBSU controls destiny after tie with Fullerton

Daniel Astle, Assistant Sports Editor
November 3, 2013
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

The Long Beach State women’s soccer team is a step closer to clinching a Big West Conference Tournament bid after battling Cal State Fullerton to a 1-1 tie Thursday, but it will have to wait until Sunday to determine its postseason fate. The ‘Niners (8-6-3, 2-2-3 Big West) moved into a three-way... Read more »

CLARK: Winning is the simplest solution for Long Beach State

CLARK: Winning is the simplest solution for Long Beach State

Jason Clark, Sports Editor
October 29, 2013
Filed under Commentary, Sports, Women's Soccer, Women's Sports

We tried. We tried to give you a breakdown of all the different scenarios surrounding the final weekend of regular-season Big West women’s soccer. We tried to explain it, spell it out possibility by possibility in a way that was understandable. But after a few hours of relentlessly going over... Read more »