Cal State San Bernardino to offer free admission to Thursday games

arena for december 29 advisory

Cal State San Bernardino will offer free general admission and parking for Thursday’s men’s/women’s doubleheader against Cal State Stanislaus.

The Cal State men are currently 5-4 overall and 1-3 in California Collegiate Athletic Association play while Stanislaus, coached by former Coyotes coach Larry Reynolds, is 4-6, 1-2.

On the women’s side Cal State comes in with a record of 5-3, 2-2 in conference play. Stanislaus is 5-7, 3-0.

The handicapped and red zone parking restrictions will be observed for the games that begin with the women at 5:30 p.m. and the men at approximately 7:30 p.m.

Due to maintenance on campus Dec. 29-31, all vehicles on campus will be restricted to parking lots A, F, G, and H.  All other lots will be closed.  Student housing residents in Serrano Village and Arrowhead Village will be required to move their vehicles to parking lot F.

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Cal Poly Pomona’s Terrence Drisdom taked CCAA top honor

The CCAA announced its postseason awards. Here is the list of those honored:

Player of Year: Terrence Drisdom, Sr., Cal Poly Pomoma
Newcomer of Year: Jacob Thomas, Jr., CS San Bernardino
Freshman of Year: Malik Morgan, Humboldt State
Coach of Year: Greg Clink, Chico State

First team
Austin Bryan, Sr., Humboldt State
James Davis, Jr., Sonoma State
Terrence Drisdom, Sr., Cal Poly Pomona
Robert Duncan. Soph., Chico State
Jordan Faison, Jr., Cal Poly Pomona
Allan Guel, Sr. Humboldt State
Chris Read., Sr., Cal State Stanislaus
Jordan Semple, Sr., Chico State
Jacob Thomas, Jr., Cal State San Bernardino
Udun Osakue, Sr., San Francisco State

Second team
Barry Bell, Jr., Cal Poly Pomona
Drew Dyer, Jr., UC San Diego
Tanner Giddings, Jr., Chico State
Adam Kile, Soph., UC San Diego
JJ Mina, Sr., Sonoma State
Malik Morgan, Fresh., Humboldt State
Isaiah Morton, Sr., Cal State San Bernardino
Hunter Walker, Jr., UC San Diego
Rob Walters, Sr., Cal State Stanislaus
Evan Zeller, Soph., Cal State Monterey Bay

Honorable mention: Greg Anderson, CS Monterey Bay; Wes Bartole, CS Stanislaus; Rakim Brown, Humboldt State; Bren Haley, San Francisco State; Alex Fertig, CS Monterey Bay; Daniel Rodriguez, Cal Poly Pomona; Justin Sadler, CS Dominguez Hills; Everett Turner, CS San Bernardino; Jacari Whitfield, CS East Bay.

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Cal State San Bernardino’s Isaiah Morton earns weekly honor

Isaiah Morton

Cal State San Bernardino senior guard Isaiah Morton was named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for Nov. 17-23.

He led the Coyotes to a 77-70 road victory over Humboldt State to open 2014 conference play on a night they were short-handed.

Morton scored a game-high 32 points, the most by any CSUSB player since 2009, on 10-for-19 shooting from the floor, including five 3-pointers and seven-for-11 shooting from the free throw line.

He also had a strong effort on defense, snagging five rebounds and five steals on the night.

The Coyotes (1-1, 1-0 CCAA) makes its 2014-15 Coussoulis Arena debut Saturday night against Humboldt State.

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