Season Preview: Wings

Most reputable publications believe Cal State Fullerton is on the verge of greatness this season but can you really trust these rags? Probably not, so that is why four fans have all you need to know about how well the Titans will do in the 2005-06 season.
November 17, 2005

Basketball News and Notes

Cal State Fullerton did not play any exhibitions this year, instead they went the scrimmage route against two Division I teams, University of San Diego and San Diego State.
November 15, 2005

Harper clips Eagles' wings in OT victory

The Titans improved to 3-2 on Jermaine Harper's three-point basket with four seconds remaining in overtime. Cal State Fullerton won the game 70-68 over host Eastern Washington.
December 14, 2004

Season Preview, Part II: Wings

With the loss of five seniors and the addition of 12 newcomers, predicting the 2004-05 men's basketball season is no easy task. Never fear, as three fans and a publisher give you a wide range of views for the upcoming season.
November 16, 2004

Projected Depth Charts takes a stab at the 2004-05 men's basketball starting lineup. 12 players will be vying for minutes in the early going with two more to be added to the roster after the first semester ends on December 18th, 2004.
August 30, 2004

Titans prevail in ProCity League Playoffs

A close battle but the only undefeated team in the league survives a 16-3 early deficit and then hangs on at the end to win the game and advance to the semi-finals.
August 2, 2004

Nike Summer League Report & Depth Charts

How does one get their Titans basketball fix in July? The simple answer is to just <em>say no</em>. As in the annual Say No summer league, AKA 2004 Nike Los Angeles College ProCity League. This past Saturday you were able to see seven Titans -- six current and one future -- play in three different games.
July 12, 2004

Open Gym Observations

With full practices still over a month away, couldn't wait to see the new faces as well as the old so we took a journey to Titan Gym to check out some pick-up games. Here are some thoughts from 45 minutes of viewing from the other day...
September 12, 2003