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Long Beach State

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Basketball

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Walter Pyramid
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Long Beach, California

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Beach

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
28 Jan 22 UC Riverside  -  Long Beach
29 Jan 22 UC Davis  -  Long Beach
04 Feb 22 Long Beach  -  Cal State-Bakersfield
06 Feb 22 Long Beach  -  Cal Poly
09 Feb 22 Long Beach  -  Cal State-Fullerton

Latest Results
22 Jan 22 Long Beach  73 - 67  UC Irvine
21 Jan 22 UC San  69 - 87  Long Beach
16 Jan 22 Long Beach  71 - 55  Cal State-Northridge
14 Jan 22 Long Beach  65 - 58  UC-Santa Barbara
08 Jan 22 Long Beach  67 - 72  Hawaii

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The Long Beach State Beach men's basketball team represents California State University, Long Beach in Long Beach, California. The school's team currently competes in the Big West Conference. The team last played in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament in 2012. The Beach are currently coached by Dan Monson. Long Beach State officially changed their nickname with the NCAA to "Beach" from "49ers" prior to the 2019–20 season.
Long Beach State has appeared in nine NCAA tournaments. Their combined record is 7–10.

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The Walter Pyramid, formerly known as The Pyramid, is a 4,000-seat, indoor multi-purpose arena on the campus of Long Beach State University in Long Beach, California.
The Walter Pyramid was designed by Don Gibbs and built by the Nielson Construction Company of San Diego. The building of Walter Pyramid cost approximately $22 million. Each side of the perimeter of Walter Pyramid measures 345 feet (105 m), making it a mathematically true pyramid. It is one of only three true pyramid-style buildings in the United States,

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