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Cal State L.A.'s Golden Eagles Online Is a Big "Hit" With Fans
Athletic Website goes over 1,000,000 visitors
October 22, 2004

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Portions courtesy Cal State L.A. Sports Information Office

FOREST, VA -- Cal State L.A., has seen their athletic Website, The Golden Eagles Online, surpass one million visitors since its launch in 2000. That's the latest news from one of three NCAA Division II schools in the greater Los Angeles area that College Sports Online teams with in providing Website services.

The Golden Eagles Online was designed and continues to be maintained by College Sports Online, Inc. Rhudy Camper is the president of the company.

The Golden Eagles Online
"We are so appreciative of the opportunity to be of service to Cal State L.A. and congratulate them on this milestone. As the site stats show, viewership continues to grow very rapidly, and this will translate into better name recognition and thus better recruiting."

Golden Eagles Online has seen a 259 percent increase in monthly visits while page views on the site have jumped a whopping 513 percent in the last four years, with more than 1.7 million pages viewed since 2000.

"We're very excited to have surpassed one million visits to Golden Eagles Online," said assistant athletic director Chris Hughes. "The steady increase in our web numbers as each month and year pass by is extremely encouraging. It shows that we're reaching out to more people than ever before and that more of them are coming back every month to follow the Cal State L.A. athletics program."

The September 2004 traffic numbers brought the third-highest page view total (64,671) and the fifth-highest number of visits (31,604) in the history of The Golden Eagles Online.

Camper sums up College Sports Online's view this way:

"As with all of our clients, we do our best to get the athletic programs and their teams in front of their fan base to the greatest extent we can. With CSULA, it looks like that is happening. Again, hat's off to Cal State L.A."


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