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Sacramento State will see the return of its collegiate boxing program, according to an announcement from President Luke Wood on Sunday. According to the announcement, both a coach and executive coach will be announced within the coming months. (Graphic created in CANVA by Jacob Peterson)

Sac State boxing gets another round after 60 years

Jacob Peterson, News Editor December 11, 2023
Sacramento State will see the return of its collegiate boxing program for the first time in over 60 years, according to President Luke Wood.

More than just sports: All students can get an escape and competition

October 13, 2022
The WELL provides Sac State students with a second chance to play competitive sports
Womens rugby club president Sarah Armanino attempts to stop her teammate in a practice drill Tuesday, Feb. 25. The womens rugby club prides itself on being open to all skill levels.

Sac State women’s rugby club welcomes all skill levels

Jesse Tapia March 2, 2020

The women’s rugby club has been at Sacramento State since 1999 and strives to provide a welcoming environment for all members. One of the coaches, Kristina Weber, who the team refers to as “K-Dub”...

Sac State mens rugby club captain John Joshua Bocalan Reyes safely receives a pass from his teammate during a game. The rugby team qualified to compete in Nationals after their Pacific West Sevens Tournament win.

Sac State men’s rugby club aims to become official varsity team

Jasmin Acosta December 12, 2019

The Sacramento State men’s rugby club is focused on becoming an official varsity team for Sac State after their recent win of the Pacific Western Sevens Tournament. The ruggers will now be competing...

Members of the Sac State ski and snowboard team pose for a photo at the weekly Thursday meeting. The team participates in both alpine and slope/freestyle events.

Sac State ski and snowboard team anticipates the arrival of winter

Nigel Rayyan November 21, 2019

“It is about feeling free and expressing yourself, it really is an art,” said Justin Tran, Sac State ski and snowboard team president, about the two sports. “The feeling of frolicking in nature...

From left, Sac State Bass Fishing Club members Ilya Guryanov, Christopher Orgon and Aaron Nguyen fish by the Guy West Bridge Oct. 22. The club took first and second place in the Fishing League Worldwide Tournament on the California Delta.

Sac State Bass Fishing Club to compete in national tournament

Patrick Walsh November 14, 2019

Sacramento State’s Bass Fishing Club recently took first and second place in the YETI FLW College Fishing Event on the California Delta held Sept. 28, earning a spot in the national bass fishing tournament...

The Stinger Esports team faces Rocklin High School in Overwatch during the Bear Cup Collegiate Tournament July 28 at Cal Expo Fairgrounds. The club received a cease and desist letter Oct. 17 for violation of SO&L guidelines for membership, including representing Sac State at tournaments.

Sac State esports team competes in California State Fair tournament

Alex Daniels, Sports editor July 28, 2019

The Stinger eSports team was eliminated first in the Overwatch Collegiate eSports Tournament during the California State Fair at Cal Expo after a 2-0 loss to Rocklin High School Saturday. Overwatch,...

From left to right, Nick Palsgaard, Donna Walters, and Paul Mello stand near the library quad near their booth during club rush. They, along with club members, work toward expanding eSports at Sac State by competing in gaming tournaments.

Stinger eSports club builds community with support from industry partners

Jose Fabian February 10, 2019

Stinger eSports, formed in fall 2017, is Sacramento State’s home club for casual and competitive players for a variety of video games. With the goal of creating a dedicated esports program, the club...

Sacramento State Cycling Club President Makenzie DeLaughder, left, takes a break next to team safety officer Joseph Rempe, right, during the Sea Otter Classic in Santa Cruz, California.

Cycling club gives students ‘important balance’ on and off bikes

Ayah Abukhazneh December 11, 2017

The umbrella of sports clubs at Sacramento State encompasses a wide variety of athletics, including a cycling team. For almost a decade, the cycling club — which competes on rugged mountain terrain...

Sacramento State freshman finance major Anthony Thao plays “League of Legends” in the University Library on campus.

Students reflect on connection between esports, college

Gabriel Ionica December 11, 2017

Video games have moved beyond the living room and into the mainstream with the rise of competitive tournaments and fans within esports. I would know, esports are why I took an interest in journalism. As...

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