Sage Zbinden | Banner | Zack Lowery, junior kinesiology major, is on the counter attack to try and gain possession of the ball

Men’s water polo faced challenges during fall season

During the fall 2019 season, California Baptist University’s men’s water polo team had an overall record of 17-15 and 4-3 in the Western Athletic Conference in Division I. With just three students who graduated from last year, the majority of the team looks to continue to practice hard in the offseason to prepare for an […]

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‘Lancer Way’ tells athletes’ stories

The Lancer Way is a storytelling program run by California Baptist University’s Athletic Communications department. Its first story was published in October. CBU Athletics uses The Lancer Way as a platform where CBU student-athletes can tell their personal stories. “Our initial vision behind it is that we wanted to give our student-athletes a voice,” said […]

Danielle Lutjens | Banner | Evan Honer, freshman business administration major, prepares himself for a backward dive by extending his arms.

CBU’s Evan Honer wins diving awards

Having been named WAC diver of the week three times this season, Evan Honer, freshman business administration major and diver for the men’s swim and dive team at California Baptist University, has won multiple diving events and broke the 3-meter board dive record Jan. 10 in a dual meet against Claremont Mudd-Scripps. Currently, in Honer’s […]

Reagan Lee | Banner The Cheer team performs a halftime show during a CBU basketball game.

CBU assistant coaches step up to lead Lancers

The California Baptist University cheer team is going through a time of transition after CBU’s head cheer coach stepped down in September 2019, leaving the team to be led by its assistant coaches throughout the 2020 competition season. After head coach Tamarin Fleming stepped down for personal reasons earlier this school year, assistant coaches Brandon […]

Courtesy of the Prado Family Orlando Prado, sophomore pre-mechanical engineering major, enjoyed playing soccer and coached in a youth program.

CBU community mourns loss of student

California Baptist University student Orlando Prado died Friday, Nov. 8, at the age of 20, and is fondly remembered by his family, friends and the campus community. Prado, sophomore pre-mechanical engineering major, was described by those close to him as someone who continually showed kindness and cared for everyone around him. He is remembered for […]

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Athletes honored at annual SAAC Awards

The Lancer Awards is an annual spring social event, which was held March 31 by the NCAA student-athlete advisory committee in the Van Dyne Gymnasium at California Baptist University. All student-athletes were welcome to attend the ceremony, which included food, games and awards recognizing both individuals and teams. Frank Wyshinski, junior finance major, wrestler and […]

Danielle Lutjens| Banner David Fouts, freshman majoring in photography and Nathan Sells junior majoring in business administration, are enjoying the free food after the hard work they put in as community Life interns.

Intramural soccer caps season in festive fashion

Each year, the intramural soccer season finishes with an event that goes well beyond a simple championship match. Food trucks, performers and other festivities help put an exclamation point on the season every spring. This year’s Lancer Cup event came with all the trimmings. Food trucks offered dinner and desserts, and there was a variety […]

Elijah Hickman | Banner | Tim Clark, assistant athletic director for sports medicine and athletic training, wraps a cheerleader’s ankle for support.

Athletic trainers keep Lancers healthy

Constantly preventing and handling injuries and helping athletes recover, CBU’s athletic training team is a key component of the success the athletes achieve. The athletic training program has three main goals to help the athletes perform well in their sports. “Our first goal is we try and prevent injuries for our athletes,” said Collin Gustafson, […]

Kelsie Stevens | Banner | Himalyan Eater customers Katharine Henshaw, staff professor at the University of California, Riverside, and Taran Rhodes, staff member at sandals church, dig into their sandwiches while enjoying each others company.

Himalayan Eatery opens in Riverside

Few journeys are as difficult, dangerous or gratifying as climbing Mt. Everest. However, if people do not feel up to risking life and limb for glory in the Himalayas, they can still enjoy Himalayan-inspired food by journeying to the Himalayan Eatery. The Himalayan Eatery, like Mt. Everest, boasts some large numbers—a staggering 61 sandwiches averaging […]