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
Third-Seeded Long Beach State Heads to Davis...04/25/2017 - W. Water Polo
Long Beach State turns its attention to the postseason this week as the Beach treks up to...
LBSU Records Day's Best Score At Big West...04/24/2017 - W. Golf
After two rounds of play at the Big West Conference Women's Golf Championship, Long Beach State...
Amir Lugo-Rodriguez Earns Off The Block...04/24/2017 - M. Volleyball
Long Beach State senior middle blocker Amir Lugo-Rodriguez was named the 2017 Off the Block/Sprin...
Hudson, Kruidhof Win Second Weekly Award04/24/2017 - Beach Volleyball
Long Beach State’s Jenelle Hudson and Megan Kruidhof were named the Big West Pairs Team of ...
Josh Tuaniga Named Off The Block Setter of the ...04/24/2017 - M. Volleyball
Long Beach State sophomore setter Josh Tuaniga was named the 2017 recipient of the Lloy Ball...
Darren McCaughan Wins Big West Pitcher of the Week04/24/2017 - Baseball
After another lights out performance, junior Darren McCaughan picked up Big West Pitcher of the...
Player of the Week
DeFalco Named MPSF Tournament MVP
TJ DeFalco was named MPSF Tournament MVP after leading Long Beach State to its first-ever MPSF title. DeFalco finished the Tournament with 34 kills, 18 digs, seven blocks, six assists and five aces, while hitting .338.
NEXT GAME: Thursday, May 4 at 5 p.m. - NCAA Semifinals, Columbus, Ohio.
LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Jessica Flores, Softball