Big brands, same mission

The California Baptist University athletic department continues to grow with the rising student body population after being accepted into the application process for the NCAA Division II conference. Along with the increased level of competition that the NCAA offers, CBU athletes also sport the Nike logo on their uniforms due to the recent sponsorship the […]

A new year for men’s water polo

The California Baptist University Men’s Water Polo team 2010-2011 season has just begun, and already hopes are high that the team will go far, not only in competition but also together as a team.   The team will start its season with the UC Irvine Tournament starting Sept. 6 in which they will play UCI, […]

Mentally focused on APU

The women’s volleyball team of California Baptist University defeated rival Azusa Pacific University in four sets Thurs., Sept. 9. With a crowded Van Dyne Gym, the CBU women proved that they deserve their first place ranking in the Golden State Athletic Conference (GSAC). CBU is currently ranked third in the nation for the NAIA division. […]

The Lady Lancers welcome Coach Marcum

A new women’s basketball coach can be spotted on the campus of California Baptist University. Coach John Marcum joined the Lancers in April, taking the head coaching position. Joined by assistant coach Jeff Caha, Marcum is the program’s 9th coach in CBU women’s basketball history. This season will be Marcum’s first head coaching job at […]

Cross country goes the distance

California Baptist University athletics has definitely been on a roller coaster this year. One of the teams that struggled the most is the cross country team after 12 players were hospitalized in a car accident that took the life of beloved cheerleading coach Wendy Rice on Aug. 9. In the first meet of the season […]

Men’s soccer earns national attention

The California Baptist University men’s soccer team kept the ball rolling in the right direction on Sept. 9, tying their season high output of goals with five. The Lancers cruised to their fifth victory of the season in their first ever game as a NAIA coaches’ poll top-25 ranked team. The 18th ranked Lancers took […]

Ice Ice Baby

Southern California is hot, sunny and snow is one of the last things that the state brings to mind. Hockey is growing in popularity in Calif. With the start of preseason games on Sept. 21, the thought of why sports fans, even on the west coast, should appreciate hockey has been the discussion in the […]

CBU’s own golf pro: Kirsten Keyser

Pebble Beach, Calif. sounds like a pleasant place to go for vacation, but it strikes fear in the hearts of many aspiring golfers. Despite this courses infamous reputation, California Baptist University freshman golfer Kirsten Keyser played the course with ease; finishing in 12th place overall in the PGA Champions Tour Home Care & Hospice First […]

Serbian sisters take on collegiate volleyball

The National Football League has the Manning brothers, the Association of Tennis Professionals has the William sisters, Major League Baseball has the Molina brothers and California Baptist University has the Dragovic sisters. They are not twins and they do not regret leaving their beautiful home of Serbia. Standing 6’3” and 6’2” respectively, sisters Jelena and […]

Friends, football and talking trash

The National Football League (NFL) comes to the California Baptist University campus every year via Fantasy Football. Students join the action and excitement with trades, competition and bragging rights for having the best Fantasy Football team in their league. Every season, NFL enthusiasts across the nation get on their computers to create a custom team […]