Recruiting, scheduling, state of affairs. All were discussed, among other topics, on Wednesday night as new Cal State Fullerton basketball coaches Dedrique Taylor and Daron Park joined Titans fans and supporters at a meet and greet fundraiser held at BIGS Bar and Grill in Fullerton.
The Cal State Fullerton athletic department will host a "Meet and Greet" with head men's basketball coach Dedrique Taylor and head women's basketball coach Daron Park on Wednesday, June 5, from 5:30-7 p.m., at BIGS Bar and Grill (323 N. State College Blvd.) in Fullerton.
Hall of Fame Cal State Fullerton head coach Billie Moore is one of just five AIAW (Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women) head coaches who will be honored at halftime of the Women's Final Four championship game in New Orleans Tuesday night.
Former USC associate head women's basketball coach Daron Park was formally introduced as Cal State Fullerton's next women's basketball head coach, Athletic Director Jim Donovan announced in a press conference Wednesday afternoon in Titan Gym.
The Cal State Fullerton women’s basketball program has been selected as one of two recipients for the 2013 Big West Winter Sportsmanship Award, Big West Commissioner Dennis Farrell announced Friday morning.
Cal State Fullerton is set to begin a national search for a new head coach for women’s basketball, after Athletics Director Jim Donovan announced Monday afternoon that current head coach Marcia Foster would not be returning after the expiration of her contract.
Mya Olivier swished a three-pointer from the top of the key after Tailer Butler dove to the ground and stole the ball to tie number-one seeded Pacific at 51-51 with 16 seconds remaining in the game, but the Tigers' Erica McKenzie came right down court nailed the eventual game winning three-pointer with seven ticks left, as Pacific escaped the Honda Center with a 54-51 victory over Cal State Fullerton in the Big West Tournament semifinals Saturday afternoon.
Cal State Fullerton looks to keep its Cinderella run going and earn just its second ever trip to the Big West Tournament championship game, when it takes on top-seeded Pacific Friday at noon in the Honda Center
Cal State Fullerton head coach Marcia Foster, junior forward Mya Olivier, and sophomore guard Chante Miles addressed the media after the Titans' 66-51 Big West Quarterfinal win over Hawai'i Wednesday night.
And the Cinderella ride continues, as eighth-seeded Cal State Fullerton advanced to the Big West Tournament semifinals for the first time since the 2008-09 season, after upending three-seeded Hawai'i, 66-51, Wednesday night at the Bren Events Center, in what arguably was the Titans' most impressive performance of the season.
Cal State Fullerton outscored Long Beach State 27-13 over the final 10:46 to rally from an eight-point deficit to stun the fifth-seeded 49ers, 54-48, in the opening round of the Big West Tournament Saturday night at the Bren Events Center.
Cal State Fullerton begins its quest for its first ever Big West Tournament crown as the eighth seed when it takes on fifth-seeded Long Beach State Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. inside the Bren Events Center in Irvine, California
Cal State Fullerton gave Hawai’i all it could handle Saturday night at the Stan Sheriff Center, but the Rainbow Wahine scored 35 second-half points on 13-of-28 from the field, as they rallied past the Titans 53-43.
Cal State Fullerton (9-19, 5-11 Big West) enters the final week of the regular season with postseason aspirations, as it continues its chase for the eighth and final Big West Tournament slot at Cal State Northridge Thursday at 5 p.m. The Titans well then wrap-up the 2013 regular season at Hawai’i Saturday at 9 p.m.
Cal State Fullerton trailed just 33-32 at halftime, but the Titans connected on just 5-of-23 field goals in the second half, as Cal Poly eventually cruised to a 72-47 victory Saturday afternoon at Titan Gym.
Cal State Fullerton (9-18, 5-10 Big West) enters the final home game of the regular season tied for the highly-coveted final Big West tournament spot. The Titans will try to muster up one more home win on senior day when it takes on Cal Poly at 3 p.m. inside Titan Gym.
Cal State Fullerton (8-18, 4-10 Big West) enters the final homestand of the regular season vying for that final conference tournament spot when it takes on UC Santa Barbara this Thursday on “Pink Night” at 5:30 p.m. in Titan Gym. The Titans then round out the regular season, when they welcome in Cal Poly, Saturday at 3:00 p.m. on senior day.
Cal State Fullerton forced a season-high 30 turnovers and poured in 42 second-half points on 16-of-34 shooting, as the Titans rallied and eventually raced past UC Davis, 60-42, Saturday afternoon at the Pavilion.
Sitting just one game back of the final Big West Tournament slot, Cal State Fullerton looks to snap a season-long eight game losing skid and continue it’s chase for the postseason when it takes on the conference-leading Pacific Tigers, Thursday at 7 p.m. in Stockton. The Titans will then wrap up their three-game road trip Saturday at UC Davis at 4 p.m.