Mid-Major Madness checks in with Russell Turner and the Anteaters.
The Big West Player of the Year has a two-way deal with the Mavs
The Swiss sensation was pigeon-holed for years as a conventional big man. Now he’s poised to break out for one of Division I’s newest teams.
With a big name coach gone it’s now on Leonard Perry to get the Tigers back to their Big West best.
Versatile, playmaking guards are the theme of the third team.
It was right there for the Gauchos.
UCSB is the 1 seed, but familiar foes await in Las Vegas
JaQuori McLaughlin looks like the Big West Player of the Year and the Gauchos are taking advantage
Jaylen Shead’s powerful statements about his time at Texas State and Cal Poly gives both schools the opportunity to make things right
Shead played for Danny Kaspar in 2018-19 and Joe Callero from 2015-17.
Seven years after moving to the United States, one of the country’s most accomplished college players has his sights set on the NBA
Tournament will be played in front of no fans due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) concerns.
Do you stan Eddie Stansberry? If not, it’s about time to start doing so.
Ganot’s leave comes one day before the season opener
Don’t call it a rebuilding year. The UC Irvine Anteaters are the favorites to repeat as Big West champions.
Postseason awards: Cal State Northridge’s Lamine Diane put up numbers of mythical proportions in 2018-19
Cal State Northridge’s double-double machine was the first freshman to win Big West Player of the Year in 25 years.
Despite mounting a huge second-half comeback, Oregon’s athleticism and shooting was too much to handle.
The upset was the Anteaters first NCAA Tournament win in program history.
The 30-5 Anteaters are a trendy upset pick for a reason.
Big West semifinals bracket, preview and schedule: Long Beach State’s heroics set up rematch with UC Irvine
The 49ers’ 18-point comeback stole the show on an otherwise chalk day.
The Big West limps into conference play with only two KenPom top-150 teams and five with double-digit losses.
The Big West was two possessions away from making a lot of noise last night.
The Big West’s top half will be stacked this season.
Most of the Big West’s best players from last year return, setting up a thrilling Player of the Year race.
Zoar Nedd reflects on the trip as a whole before starting his freshman year on Monday.
Zoar Nedd fills us in on the team’s first two games, watching some Australian Rules Football and visiting senior forward Jack Purchase’s childhood home.