Alan Sue (since 2005) leads both the men’s and women’s golf team at Caifornia St. East Bay. He played his college golf at UC Irvine where he graduated in 1998.
CSU-East Bay transitioned from NAIA to NCAA D-II in 2011.
2017-18 was the first year that women's golf was a conference sponsored sport for California Collegiate Athletic Association, and the initial CCAA Women's Golf Championship was held at Sonoma Golf Cub in Sonoma, Calif.
The California State-East Bay Pioneers shot team scores 313-311 and tied for fifth of 12 in the fall 2018-19 Sonoma State Invitational at Foxtail Golf Club North Course in Rohnert Park, Calif. Host Sonoma State edged runner-up Academy of Art by two strokes, Concordia U (OR) was third and Cal State-Monterey Bay and the Pioneers tied for fifth. The 18-hole scoring average was 80.3 on the 6,016-yard, par-72 course.
The Pioneers low scorers were Drishti Karumbaya (77-78=155) and Yu Hsin Yen (77-78=155), who tied for 20th.
Cal State-East Bay improved its team score each round and finished fourth in the first-ever California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Women's Golf Championship. Cal State-San Marcos fired closing team scores 293-299 to win by 19 strokes over host and runner-up Sonoma State at Sonoma Golf Club in Sonoma Calif. Cal State-Monterey Bay was third and Chico State fifth. Weather conditions were cold and wet for the first round when only two scores under 77 were posted on the par-72, 6,031-yard course. The scoring average improved by a couple of shots in better weather for rounds two and three.
Caroline Chang (78-77-72=227) tied for third to lead the Pioneers, and Julia Youn (78-77-75=230) tied for seventh.
Caroline Chang competed as an individual at the 2018 NCAA D-II Regional in Durango, Colo. She shot 78-77-79=234, tying for 30th in a field of 66 players.
The Pioneers were selected for the 2014 NCAA D-II West Regional.