It was an amazing sight as Cal Lutheran student-athletes teamed up with Special Olympics Ventura County athletes on Tuesday night in Gilbert Arena.
Throughout an athlete’s life, they will accomplish many things that they never dreamed they could ever do. For seniors Austin Cole and Kyle Ferreira, hitting 1,000 points with Kingsmen basketball was just that.
A hero and a Kingsmen. Meek was the truest example of both. Though words fall short of describing the character of the former CLU athlete, his love showed as he laid down his life to protect others on November 7 at Borderline.
A double major in math and computer science, the junior had the opportunity to conduct summer research through two different programs, all to prepare for his future as a math professor- a dream he’s been chasing since childhood.
On October 20th, 2018, Amanda Roberts became the fifth Regal in Cal Lutheran’s history to record 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs in her career. The accomplishment puts her on a short list with other Regal volleyball legends.
As a sophomore in high school Raquel Gunkel was told she was never going to play again after being diagnosed with Compartment Syndrome. Three years later, she is seeing time on the pitch for the Cal Lutheran Regals.
This summer, the Kingsmen took the trip of their lifetime to play baseball in Central America against the Costa Rican U-23 National and first division Panama club teams, and teach baseball to local youth clubs.
Freshman athlete Dillan Barmache has a nonverbal form of autism that doesn’t allow him the complete control over his motor functions. Running is the one thing that gives him that feeling he lacks. Click to read Barmache's story.
In our first installment, we talked to Hans Cole, a member of the men's water polo team. Cole registered to be a donor and matched with a six-year old boy that needed a bone marrow transplant. Hear what Cole had to say about this amazing experience.