COLLEGE COURSE: Highlanders Men’s Soccer

When has a crowd of more than 1,000 people ever crammed into UC Riverside Soccer Stadium before Saturday? Only once, against UC Santa Barbara earlier this season. That the two historical crowds (for the Highlanders) have both been this season is worth noting. Two huge crowds, perhaps the largest for soccer anywhere in the Inland … Continue reading

COLLEGE COURSE: Coyotes Men’s Soccer

Perhaps the most interesting of CSUSB’s fall sports, the Men’s Soccer team may be facing the program’s golden era dead in the eye. All-American junior keeper Tanner Olinger has his back to goal and nothing makes a team feel more comfortable than an unbeatable teammate in between the pipes. If he can stay healthy — and all indications are that he’s … Continue reading

COLLEGE COURSE: Coyotes Women’s Soccer

Talking with Cal State San Bernardino women’s soccer coach once and his excitement for the game practically jumps through the phone. This man loves soccer, and was kind enough to answer my call last week. Here’s the majority of what I didn’t use for my CSUSB fall sports preview in the Press-Enterprise. Q: What’s the … Continue reading

COLLEGE COURSE: Coyotes Cross Country

I chatted with Cal State San Bernardino cross country coach Tom Burleson last week. I was seeking comment on the upcoming 2011 Fall sports season and as usual, came away with way more than I could use. Here’s most, if not all, of the rest of our conversation. Q: What kind of season are you expecting? … Continue reading