Long Beach State Camps
There are a wide variety of youth programs and camps offered at Long Beach State during the summer. Below you will find a listing of such camps. Please be advised of the following: 1) each camp is run independently of the other, 2) each camp has their own application process, 3) contact the appropriate camp director for additional information and an application, 4) most camps (where appropriate) will provide lunch supervision and transportation to other CSULB summer camps, 5) acceptance in one camp does not guarantee acceptance in another camp and enrollment is based on first come basis, and 6) camp dates and times are subject to change. Contact each camp director for additional information. Camps are also listed on our website -- www.longbeachstate.com, and at www.csulb.edu/programs/summer-camps.
TEAMS ALSO OFFER CAMPS DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, PLEASE CONTACT EACH COACH FOR INFORMATION DURING WINTER BREAKS AND HOLIDAYS
LBSU Clinches Series vs. Hawai’i with 8-4...05/20/2017 - Baseball
No. 7 Long Beach State claimed a ninth straight series victory with Saturday’s 8-4 win over...
No. 7 Dirtbags Battle for 2-1 Win Over Hawai...05/19/2017 - Baseball
Junior RHP Darren McCaughan had another impressive start for the Dirtbags, who held off HawaiR...
Former LBSU Track and Field Standout Michael...05/19/2017 - Track & Field
Former Long Beach State track and field student-athlete Michael Montgomery was selected by the...
The Beach Qualifies 17 for NCAA West Regional...05/18/2017 - Track & Field
The Long Beach State track and field team will send 17 student-athletes to compete in next week...
No. 7 Long Beach State Closes Home Slate vs....05/18/2017 - Baseball
The Dirtbags welcome Hawai’i to Blair Field this weekend, closing out the regular season...
Kemonie Briggs, Riley Cooks Sweep Big West...05/18/2017 - Track & Field
Long Beach State track and field took three of the eight Big West Conference premier awards after...
Player of the Week
Smith Leads Dirtbags To Big West Championship
Senior RHP Dave Smith celebrated Senior Day at Blair Field with a career-best 8.0 innings pitched, allowing just one run in LBSU's 2-1 win over Hawai'i. With the win, the Dirtbags clinched their first Big West title since 2008, winning it outright with three games remaining.
NEXT GAME: Thursday, May 25 at Cal State Fullerton, 6 p.m.
LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Kemonie Briggs, Men's Track and Field