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  1. UC Santa Barbara wins on buzzer-beater

    Diamond Leung

    UC Santa Barbara was in danger of slipping further behind in the Big West standings, but came through with a win on the road against Cal Poly thanks to James Nunnally. Nunnally's banked-in floater off a give-and-go with Justin Joyner lifted th...

    Blog | January 28, 2011
  2. Cal Poly beat the buzzer, right?

    Diamond Leung

    Cal Poly guard Chris O'Brien scored on a putback with time expiring on Wednesday, lifting the Mustangs to a 54-53 win against previously unbeaten Hawaii, with O'Brien getting to experience the bottom of a celebratory dogpile at the other end of the f...

    Blog | December 03, 2010
  3. Ex-student manager gets a pro contract

    Diamond Leung

    Earlier this year, wrote about Cal Poly forward Ryan Darling, the former student manager who walked onto the team and eventually worked his way into the starting lineup. Darling played 26 games as a senior, and the feel-good story was supposed to ...

    Blog | September 28, 2010
  4. Cal Poly Pomona excited to play Duke

    Diamond Leung

    Duke released its schedule last week with the highlight of the non-conference slate being a rematch against Butler in December. But there is only one game the Blue Devils will play that pits national champions against national champions. Duke will...

    Blog | September 07, 2010
  5. UC Irvine goes down, Douglass on way out?

    Diamond Leung

    Pat Douglass, UC Irvine's all-time wins leader, might have coached his final game at the school after 13 seasons. The Anteaters lost their opening-round game in the Big West tournament to Cal Poly and finished the season 14-18. Frank Burlison of t...

    Blog | March 11, 2010
  6. Getting to know Cal Poly

    Diamond Leung

    First-year Cal Poly coach Joe Callero spoke with ESPN's Andy Katz over the summer and indicated he was ready for the coaching challenge. The Mustangs were promptly picked last in the Big West preseason media poll. But somehow, someway, Cal Poly ha...

    Blog | January 25, 2010