The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Rowing team ends WIRA Championships with gold, bronze finishes

Rowing team ends WIRA Championships with gold, bronze finishes

Carlo Marzan

April 30, 2017


Filed under Rowing, Sports

The Sacramento State rowing team competed against 30 other schools in the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships while being shorthanded Saturday and Sunday at Lake Natoma. A total of three rowers for Sac State's varsity eight teams were out due to injuries, forcing the Hornets t...

Sac State falls short of first-place finishes at Lake Natoma Invitational

Sac State falls short of first-place finishes at Lake Natoma Invitational

Carlo Marzan

April 9, 2017


Filed under Rowing, Sports

The Sacramento State rowing team came up short Sunday as its second varsity eight and varsity four team finished second in the Lake Natoma Invitational. The Hornets’ varsity eight and third varsity eight teams also both placed third during the invitational against Cal, Stanford, Brown, Gonzaga, C...

Women’s rowing team captures four golds, three silvers at Hornet Invitational

Women’s rowing team captures four golds, three silvers at Hornet Invitational

Carlo Marzan

March 19, 2017


Filed under Rowing, Sports

The Sacramento State women’s rowing team returned to Lake Natoma and took first place in varsity four against four other colleges Saturday in the Hornet Invitational. The Hornets took second in all of their varsity eight races against San Diego State. Loyola Marymount, Saint Mary’s and Drexel w...

Rowing team takes first in three Sac State Invitational races

Rowing team takes first in three Sac State Invitational races

Andre Newell

March 11, 2017


Filed under Rowing, Sports

The women’s rowing team opened its spring season at the Sacramento State Invitational Saturday morning with a first place finish in three out of the six races at Lake Natoma. The racing conditions featured no wind and flat water as Sac State was able to take home gold medals in the varsity eight,...

Sac State men’s rowing club aims to build character

Sac State men’s rowing club aims to build character

Noah Alvarez

February 9, 2017


Filed under Club Sports, Rowing, Sports

It’s 5:30 a.m. and most Sacramento State students are sleeping, but the men’s rowing club is on its way to Lake Natomas for an intense workout. Five days a week you can catch the club at the crack of dawn on the lake, working out in less than ideal temperatures. Club president David Granicher...

Sac State struggles in Lake Natoma Invitational

Chris Bullock

April 17, 2016


Filed under Rowing, Sports

The friendly confines of Lake Natoma were not so friendly to the Sacramento State rowing team this weekend, as they won only three of 11 races at the Lake Natoma Invitational this weekend. Sac State and No. 2 nationally-ranked Cal co-hosted the invite, a two-day meet that hosted some of the b...

Title IX impacts men’s athletics with unintended effects

Title IX impacts men’s athletics with unintended effects

Andrew Brown

April 7, 2016


Filed under Club Sports, Rowing, Sports

Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 has helped provide an avenue for female college students to be more involved in NCAA-sanctioned sports. Athletics was just one factor in a long list of changes the act created, but with sports being a financial juggernaut, it has been the most di...

For the love of the lake

For the love of the lake

Chris Bullock

March 20, 2016


Filed under Rowing, Sports

If you were to walk around campus, you would be hard-pressed to pick out a member of the Sacramento State women's rowing team from a crowd of students. That's because the level of recognition rowing gets as a sport is small in comparison to basketball or football. Don't let the lack of recogn...

Sac State Rowing

Sac State Rowing

Michael Zhang

March 13, 2016


Filed under Rowing, Sports

(from left to right) Valeria Torres, Raelyn Troche, Anna Listmann, Amber Anderson-Wells, Alexis Hewitt, Kennedi Sullivan, Melinda Anthony, Dimari Aldridge and Anica Hernandez of the novice eight/third varsity eight B team. Their team finished third in the novice eight/third varsity eight B category o...

Rowing brings home gold in season opener

Rowing brings home gold in season opener

Chris Bullock

March 13, 2016


Filed under Rowing, Sports

The Sacramento State rowing team wasted no time in its spring season opener, winning five gold medals in six races at the Sacramento State Rowing Invitational on Saturday morning at Lake Natoma. Considering the conditions going into the event—crosswinds ranged from 5-10 mph and a high curre...

Next Page »