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Softball looks to move into first place in Big Sky this weekend

State Hornet Staff

April 10, 2014

The red hot Sacramento State softball team will travel Thursday to play in a three-game series against last year’s regular season Big Sky champion Idaho State. Like last year when these two teams met to conclude the conference season, first place is on the line.A big reason for Sac State’s successf...

Men’s basketball loses in Idaho State, falls into a three-way tie for seventh

Sacramento State junior point guard Dylan Garrity scored a career-high 26 points that included eight 3-pointers at Idaho State. 

State Hornet Staff

March 2, 2014

POCATELLO, Idaho –Things can change drastically in just a week during the Big Sky Conference basketball season.On Feb. 22, Sacramento State won seven out of the its last eight games and was tied for third place in the Big Sky Conference, but a road trip later, they see themselves on the outskirts ...

Seniors honored with a Big Sky Tournament berth

Senior forward Sadie Clements hits the game-winning shot to clinch a Big Sky Tournament berth Saturday afternoon in The Nest.

State Hornet Staff

March 1, 2014

Sacramento State women’s basketball is punching its ticket to the Big Sky Conference Tournament for the third-straight year.Thanks to late game heroics from senior forward Sadie Clements, the Hornets (18-9, 10-8) defeated Idaho State 56-53 at The Nest this afternoon.It was the final home game for Sac S...

Sacramento State holds on despite giving up big lead

State Hornet Staff

January 31, 2014

No matter the gap, no lead was safe at The Nest Thursday night.After Sacramento State gained a 25-point halftime lead against Idaho State, the Bengals orchestrated a 25-10 second half run over a seven-minute span to bring the game within five points. The Hornets escaped with an 84-78 win and improve ...

Women’s basketball prepares for Idaho state road game

State Hornet Staff

January 29, 2014

After losing three straight games, Sacramento State women’s basketball will try to keep the momentum alive as they are coming off two consecutive home victories.The Hornets (13-4, 5-3) begin a 4-game road trip Thursday with a Big Sky Conference matchup against the Idaho State Bengals (6-11, 4-4).Sac ...

Path to Big Sky Championship begins in Idaho State

Path to Big Sky Championship begins in Idaho State

Clifton Jones

May 7, 2013

With its first conference tournament appearance since 1990, Sacramento State softball will be traveling to Pocatello, Idaho, with three other teams: Southern Utah University, Portland State University and Idaho State University.The Bengals will host the first Big Sky Conference tournament Thursday throu...

Sac State falls to Bengals in regular season finale

Hornet junior midfielder No. 23 Yesenia Alcala finished the regular season batting .207 with seven RBIs. 

Clifton Jones

May 6, 2013

Sacramento State softball senior day and regular season ended in a loss when the Hornets were defeated by the Idaho State University Bengals Sunday afternoon, 6-3.  Despite the loss, Sac State honored its four seniors today that included first baseman and catcher Molly Smith, third baseman Emily Mc...

Softball hosts Bengals in final home series; needs one win for BSC Tournament invite

Clifton Jones

May 3, 2013

With one series left to play this season, Sacramento State softball needs to win one more game for a spot in the Big Sky Conference tournament.  But Idaho State, who is 26-20 overall, 12-3 in conference, stands in their way as an enormous road block.  It currently leads the Big Sky with a .342 batt...

Hornets’ home winning streak ends after loss to ISU

State Hornet Staff

January 18, 2013

All streaks come to an end. After starting the season winning five straight games on its home court, Sacramento State’s women’s basketball team lost to defending Big Sky Champion Idaho State, 62-52, on Thursday.Hornets’ head coach Jamie Craighead said the team's downfall was committing fouls that l...

Volleyball falls in four sets to North Dakota

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Maikalina Madali

November 4, 2012

The Sacramento State women’s volleyball team fell short on Saturday’s game against North Dakota. After losing a close first set of 22-25, the Hornets came back strong in a second set with a score of 25-11. “They made it easy because they weren’t passing well,” said Hornet outside hitter Janel...

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