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Sac State men’s basketball team loses regular season finale to Montana

Sac State men’s basketball team loses regular season finale to Montana

Dominique Walker

March 13, 2019


Filed under Basketball, Campus, Sports

In its final regular season game March 9, the Sacramento State men’s basketball team lost to the University of Montana 86-68, finishing regular season play with a record of 14-15 and 8-12 in the Big Sky Conference. Sac State led 51-50 with 15:59 left in the game but then went on a 6-minute scor...

Sac State softball team falls to Boise State 5-2

Sac State softball team falls to Boise State 5-2

Jasmin Acosta

March 12, 2019


Filed under Softball, Sports

The Sacramento State softball team had an early 2-1 lead against the Boise State Broncos, but lost with a final score of 5-2 in the first round of the Louisville Slugger Softball Tournament at Bill Simoni Field on Friday. Sac State (8-8) failed to score after the second inning following a solo-shot ho...

Seventh in Big Sky not enough for Sac State men’s tennis team

Seventh in Big Sky not enough for Sac State men’s tennis team

Cristian Corona and Estefany Nunez

March 12, 2019


Filed under Sports, Tennis

Sacramento State’s men's tennis team is striving to finish in this season’s top six of the Big Sky Conference, which would qualify the team to advance into the Big Sky Tournament. Head coach Kevin Kurtz, along with two of the team’s captains, Mikus Losbergs and Donald Hall, say they will try t...

Sac State women’s beach volleyball team swept at home opener

Sac State women’s beach volleyball team swept at home opener

Nicholas Corey

March 10, 2019


Filed under Sports

The Sacramento State women’s beach volleyball team (0-3) was defeated by San Jose State (5-3) on Friday at Livermore Park in Folsom. The 5-0 loss is the first at home this season. The Hornets No.1 pair rattled off the first three scores in set one against San Jose. Sac State stayed close the entire ...

Sac State gymnastics team places third at final home season meet

Sac State gymnastics team places third at final home season meet

Janelle Williams

March 8, 2019


Filed under Gymnastics, Sports

The Sacramento State gymnastics team finished third behind University of California, Berkeley, and University of California, Davis in the last home meet of the 2018-19 season on March 1. The Hornets will have a chance to face UC Berkeley again on March 17 and they will finish their season by travel...

Sac State men’s basketball team defeats Montana State 70-67

Sac State men’s basketball team defeats Montana State 70-67

Dominique Walker

March 8, 2019


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Sacramento State men’s basketball team defeated Montana State at the Nest 70-67 bringing its record to 14-14 overall and 8-11 in Big Sky Conference play. The Hornets overcame a slow start as they trailed by 9 points early in the first half but were able to out rebound Montana State and hold the...

Sacramento State men’s basketball team goes 1-2 on road trip

Sacramento State men’s basketball team goes 1-2 on road trip

Dominique Walker

March 7, 2019


Filed under Basketball, Sports

After losing 2 out of 3 games on a road trip, the Sacramento State men’s basketball team is now 13-14 overall and 7-11 in the Big Sky Conference. Sac State lost to Portland State and University of Idaho away from home, while defeating Eastern Washington. Earlier in the season, the Hornets d...

Hornets fall short of upsetting first place Idaho Vandals

Hornets fall short of upsetting first place Idaho Vandals

Shaun Holkko

March 5, 2019


Filed under Basketball, Campus, Sports

The Sacramento State women’s basketball team celebrated lone senior, guard Raegen Rohn, Saturday at the Nest on senior day as they took on the first place University of Idaho Vandals. The Hornets (10-16, 6-12 Big Sky) came into Saturday’s game seeking revenge and to upset the Vandals (18-9, 15-3...

AIR expands adaptive sports programming at Sac State

AIR expands adaptive sports programming at Sac State

Mitchel Bobo

March 5, 2019


Filed under Campus, Sports

The WELL-based All In Recreation (AIR) has been offering adaptive recreational opportunities to the Sacramento State community since 2013, but are looking to continue expanding.    It began when Alivia Gok was still an undergrad student at Sac State. Gok has since come full circle, as she now serve...

Possible Stephon Clark protests lead to enhanced security at Golden 1 Center

Possible Stephon Clark protests lead to enhanced security at Golden 1 Center

Margherita Beale, Managing editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Featured, News, Sports, Stephon Clark

UPDATE: In a press release Wednesday the Sacramento Kings said the Golden 1 Center will continue to have heightened security limiting parts of the Downtown Commons to ticket holders for Wednesday’s game. According to the Golden 1 Center front desk, the heightened security measures will also be in ...

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