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Virtual Reality: A New Way to Exercise

Axel Munoz (left) follows along with the movements of the research participant as he goes through a virtual reality bike ride.

Christopher Lazaro, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2019

For over a year, Dr. Stefan Keslacy and graduate student Hai Tran of the Kinesiology department have been developing research that questions if stimulating the brain using a Playstation 4 and a VR headset can benefit the human body while aging. “With age, brain fitness decreases and it can lead to cognitiv...

A Bid Farewell to Senior Athletes

Cal State LA student athletes honored by the athletic department in awards banquet.

Anthony Quach, Sports Editor

May 14, 2019

Cal State LA's Division of Intercollegiate Athletics held their twelfth annual Student-Athletes Awards Banquet last Monday in the Golden Eagle Ballroom. It was not only an award show for the students athletes, but a final goodbye to the seniors who will be graduating next week. Tim Klefisch of the...

Lackluster Year for the Boys in Gold

After finishing eighth in the conference this season, the Golden Eagles will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2016. Pictured: (left) third baseman Anthony Moreno (23) and (right) right fielder Adam Gordon (29) meet at home plate.

Anthony Quach, Sports Editor

May 7, 2019

It was an up and down year for the Cal State LA men’s baseball team during the 2019 season. Vince Beringhele returned for his twelfth season as the Golden Eagles head coach. His team was picked to finish fifth in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) in a preseason poll. However...

Golden Eagles’ Baseball Honors Seniors in Season Finale

Group picture of the graduating seniors with their friends and families as well as the baseball staff on Senior Day at the Reeder Field.

Anthony Quach, Sports Editor

April 29, 2019

A rough and disappointing season came to an end last Sunday for the Cal State LA men’s baseball team, but not before they said their final goodbyes to their seniors prior to the season finale against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers. The pregame ceremonies took place at Reeder Field as the Golden...

Bittersweet Ending to Golden Eagles’ 2019 Baseball Season

Second baseman Jordan Peabody (8) fields the ball and prepares to throw the runner out at first.

Anthony Quach and Isaac Gutierrez

April 29, 2019

The Cal State LA Golden Eagles only managed to win one game in a four-game California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) home stand against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers at Reeder Field. Austin Nazabal pitched for Cal State LA in the opener and went a season-high seven innings as he gave up...

Golden Eagles Place Sixth in Golf Championship Tournament

Golden Eagles' Caitlyn Jimenez participates in her first CCAA Championship Tournament at the Morgan Run Club & Resort.

Anthony Quach, Sports Editor

April 23, 2019

The Cal State LA women's golf team finished sixth in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championship Tournament last Wednesday at Morgan Run Club & Resort in Rancho Santa Fe. In only their second season of play, the Golden Eagles improved tremendously, as they shot 967. Last...

Golden Eagles Split with No.1 UCSD Tritons

Austin Nazabal (35) is greeted by his teammate, Jackson Bond (50) after his start against the UCSD Tritons on Thursday.

Anthony Quach and Isaac Gutierrez

April 23, 2019

The Cal State LA Golden Eagles battled #1 UC San Diego Tritons as they split a four-game California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) series. The first two games at Reeder Field had identical scores of 11-5, but the Golden Eagles came out on top only once, as they won the series opener on Thursday. Austin...

Golden Eagles Finish Fifth in PacWest Tournament

Golden Eagles' Amanda Schneider (left) and Isabella Lopez (right) clinched the first point for their team in a 6-4 win against Point Loma's Gabi Armas and Ellie Gamble in the 5th Place Match of the PacWest Conference Championship. Photo courtesy of PacWest Conference

Anthony Quach, Sports Editor

April 23, 2019

After four days of competition, the seventh seed Cal State LA Golden Eagles finished fifth in the 2019 PacWest Women's Tennis Championship Tournament at Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex in Arizona. The Golden Eagles got off to a good start in the tournament, as they opened with a 4-0 victory against...

A Tale of Perseverance

Golden Eagles' team captain, Spencer Sundahl (9), takes his at-bat against the San Marcos Cougars.

Anthony Quach, Sports Editor

April 18, 2019

Entering his senior year at Cal State LA and his final season as a member of the baseball team, Golden Eagles’ team captain and first baseman/catcher Spencer Sundahl had to overcome a lot to get to where he is today. Sundahl began playing baseball at four years old, after his father built a baseball...

Kriezel Sets Down the Racket

Sandy Kriezel, a coach with the Golden Eagle Tennis organization will be retiring soon after spending 10 years with the team.

Jesse Palomera, Reporter Intern

April 9, 2019

Nearly 25 years of coaching, over 200 wins, two hall-of-fame inductions and a lifetime of memories; after the 2018-19 tennis season comes to an end, so will the coaching career of Cal State LA tennis head coach Sandy Kriezel. To say she will be missed is an understatement for those in the Cal State...

A Golden Matchup Ends In a Split

Golden Eagles' designated hitter, (33) Nic Sandoval (left) is greeted by teammate, (29) Adam Gordon (right) after scoring on an RBI single by Tyler Odekirk. Photo courtesy of Cal State LA Athletics Department

Anthony Quach and Isaac Gutierrez

April 2, 2019

The Cal State LA men's baseball team split a four-game California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) series against the San Francisco State Golden Gators. Despite settling with a split, the Golden Eagles were able to knock the Gators out of first place in the CCAA standings. Micah Hee got the...

March Sadness: Rough Ending to Men’s and Women’s Basketball Season

Anthony Quach, Sports Editor

March 26, 2019

Men's Basketball Team The Cal State LA men’s basketball team had their fair share of highs and lows during 2018-19 season. The Golden Eagles were picked to finish sixth in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) in a preseason poll by the 13 conference head coaches. This was Jim Saia...

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