Xavier Fuery knows the importance of making a good first impression. That’s why the Cal Lutheran freshman nose guard wants to be at his best on Saturday afternoon when he makes his home debut against Willamette (Ore.) at noon.
The first of many busy weekends on the campus of Cal Lutheran is slated for this Saturday, Sept. 20 in which the Hall of Fame Induction ceremony, football home opener, volleyball conference opener and men’s soccer game featuring Cancer Fit Inc. will all take place.
The 2014 Cal Lutheran football season started with a thriller in the Pacific Northwest against d3football.com No. 17 Pacific Lutheran this afternoon. Unfortunately for Cal Lutheran it was PLU that held a 35-28 edge as time expired on the gridiron today.
Alix Moise Jr. didn’t return home to Florida this summer. The Cal Lutheran junior tight end sacrificed time with his family and friends so he could become a better player. Moise Jr. rented an apartment close to campus with some teammates and trained nearly every day.
After capturing four straight SCIAC titles with eight-win seasons, the Kingsmen finished in fourth place last season with a 4-5 overall record. The Cal Lutheran football coaches were angry, but instead of stewing in their offices, they channeled the negative energy into recruiting.
After a rebuilding season that saw the Cal Lutheran football team go just 4-5 overall after four straight eight win seasons, the Kingsmen look poised to bounce back this year with experienced returners and talented newcomers.
There aren’t much better ways to test a new dining facility than feeding around 200 hungry athletes every day. The Cal Lutheran fall sports teams reported to campus this week, and have been working up hearty appetites during their training camps.
The 2014 Cal Lutheran football team will host the second annual Fan Day on Sunday, August 24. The Kingsmen encourage fans of all ages to attend the event and enjoy a mix-and-mingle with the players and coaches at the conclusion of the session.
To open, let me tell you how much I enjoyed the 7th-12th innings of the Oakland-Kansas City American League Wildcard game. I’m not a fan of either team, it was just “fun” baseball... Read more »
Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014
National Game of the Week AND West Region Game of the Week: Putallup, Washington for #6 Linfield at #14 PLU. I know, I’ve already been to Puyallup, but I know my way around and I think this is the best game in NCAA Division III football for... Read more