The State Hornet

Hornets continue neutral site woes in 78-54 loss

Hornets continue neutral site woes in 78-54 loss

Christopher Bullock

December 5, 2015

The Sacramento State women's basketball team continues to be stuck in a slump, losing its fourth straight game after a 78-54 loss to Villanova at the Four Points by Sheridan Cal Classic in Berkeley on Saturday. For the Hornets (1-4), the 24-point margin was their biggest loss of the season thus far. ...

Berlioux, Powell earn back-to-back Big Sky Conference honors

Jessica Plasencia

May 4, 2015

Two Hornets have set themselves apart from the rest of their conference competition this season by combining to win four Big Sky Conference Track Athlete of the Week honors this outdoor season.Chloe Berlioux, 22, earned her second Big Sky Athlete of the Week award on Tuesday, April 28. She won it for her...

Cal routes Sac State in their home opener, 55-14

Cal routes Sac State in their home opener, 55-14

Patricia Carpenter and Jordan Santos

September 6, 2014

Cal’s fast paced, no huddle offense was too much for Sacramento State to handle. This resulted in a 55-14 blowout in the home opener for the Bears.They put up 579 yards of total offense against the Hornets with quarterback Jared Goff completing 17-of-22 passes and throwing for 229 yards. He tied his r...

Sac State not intimidated by Pac-12 team Cal

James Frazier

September 4, 2014

The college football season is in full swing, and Sacramento State is off to a blazing start.After cruising to a 49-13 victory over Incarnate Word in the season-opener on Aug. 30, the team is looking to carry that momentum into it’s big matchup against Pac-12 opponent UC Berkeley on Saturday.The Golden...

Rowing finishes last in Lake Natoma Invitational

State Hornet Staff

April 13, 2014

The Sacramento State women’s rowing team entered the second day of the Lake Natoma Invitational racing in only one petite final and three third-level finals. The Hornets finished last in a field full of nationally ranked opponents.In the petite final, Sac States’ novice eight A finished second with a...

College basketball creates opportunities for smaller schools to make big upsets with fair tournament style

Joe Davis

November 6, 2012

Looking back at what are considered the greatest moments in college athletics, you might find none of them belong to Sacramento State. From Christian Laettner hitting an improbable last-second shot against University of Kentucky to win the NCAA Tournament for Duke University to University of Californ...

Recruiting process brings scholarship opportunities

Joe Davis

October 9, 2012

To the novice fan, building a powerhouse football program may seem simple. The thought is recruiters need to go out and get the best players in the country, hand out a scholarship and bang, Sacramento State national championships will come rolling in. The truth is, it is not that easy. There are many factors...

Water polo program absent as school neglects current pool

State Hornet Staff

September 18, 2012

When Sacramento State students think of the aquatics program, they often picture the rowing team floating down the American river in perfect unison or the fun summer days spent at the university’s aquatic center at Lake Natomas; popular water sports such as swimming, diving and water polo are widely ...