Priscilla Estrada, freshman finance major, passes the ball to her teammate to help get the double play.

Softball shares how they prepare for games

California Baptist University ended the Seattle U Softball series 1-2 on March 19. The two-day series started with Seattle on top (2-5) and continued to the second game, where the Lancers lost 2-3. The Lancers came back in the third and final game, where the Lancers held a victorious score of 12-0. The Lancers now […]

Ane Olaeta, graduate student, passes to her teammate Britney Thomas to help them win against Chicago State. Elijah Hickman

Women’s basketball jumps through hoops to finish season

The California Baptist University women’s basketball team has been continuing to build on its unprecedented 2020-21 season, with a strong showing against conference and non-conference foes all season. The Lancers opened the season with a game Nov. 9 against their cross-town rivals, the University of California, Riverside, Highlanders. They played hard and finished the game […]

Reagan Lee | Banner | Tiena Neale, sophomore communications science and disorder major, scores a point against Cal Poly's Broncos on December 19, 2020.

Women’s basketball wins 14 straight games

Defeating Chicago State on Jan. 23 raised California Baptist University women’s basketball overall record to 14-0 and 6-0 in Western Athletic Conference competition. This record puts the Lancers above the No. 1 ranked University of Louisville, who holds a record of 13-0 and second– and third-ranked North Carolina State and the University of Connecticut with […]

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U.S. Soccer Federation grants women’s soccer fairer treatment

Players from the United States women’s national team filed a lawsuit seeking equal pay from the U.S. Soccer Federation in March 2019 and in December 2020 agreed to a proposed settlement regarding non-compensation claims. In May 2020, a federal judge rejected the women’s team arguments about receiving unequal pay compared to the U.S. men’s national […]

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TWIRP week brings excitement to campus

The Woman is Required to Pay (TWIRP) Week is a long-standing tradition at California Baptist University. It was started by students and for students in 1962 and has been going strong ever since. TWIRP Week is now an official CBU event organized by CBU’s Community Life Office staff. Kristin Holderman, director of campus activities, explained […]

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Women’s association hosts first interfaith conference

The Association of Adventist Women has put together an interfaith sexual abuse conference in light of the #MeToo movement, public allegations against members of the Catholic church and allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh earlier this month. The conference, “Unveiling: Women, Faith and Sexual Abuse,” held at Riverside’s Convention Center Oct. 26 and 27 will address […]