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Women’s tennis fails to reach Big Sky finals

Angel Guerrero

May 2, 2016


Filed under Sports, Tennis

Sacramento State’s postseason has been ended by the Idaho Vandals for the second straight year following a 4-2 loss in the Big Sky Conference women’s tennis semifinals on April 30 in Gold River, California. Saturday’s loss to the defending Big Sky tournament champions, Idaho, will mark the first time si...

Women’s golf opens Big Sky Championship in second place

Chris Bullock

April 18, 2016


Filed under Golf, Sports

The Sacramento State women's golf team is off to a good start at the Big Sky Championships in Boulder City, Nevada, as the team finished the first day of the tournament in second place, behind Northern Arizona. The Hornets finished the day with a score of 291 (three over par), a stroke behind the Lum...

Cross country preparing for conference and cold

Mike McGough

October 7, 2014


Filed under Sports, Track And Field And Cross Country

Sacramento State's cross country team is gearing up for the remainder of its season.With two races scheduled before they compete Nov. 1 at the Big Sky Championships in Grand Forks, North Dakota, the Hornets have just over three weeks to prepare.But head coach Joe Eby’s team may not race at the SFSU I...

Season ends in Arizona for women’s golf

State Hornet Staff

May 13, 2014


Filed under Golf

Sacramento State women’s golf took second place, 15 strokes out of first, in its season-ending match in Chandler, Ariz., at the Big Sky Championship.Head coach David Sutherland said it has been a great season and despite the results of the final tournament and is proud of what the women have accom...

Injuries make season’s end unfavorable for men’s tennis

State Hornet Staff

April 29, 2014


Filed under Tennis

After an injury plagued season that saw the Sacramento State men’s tennis team down to just three healthy players two weeks before the conference tournament, the Hornets will begin the rebuilding process for the 2014-15 season after losing in the semifinals of the Big Sky Championship.The Hornets too...

Women’s tennis takes down Montana to win Big Sky Championship

State Hornet Staff

April 27, 2014


Filed under Tennis

The Big Sky Championship for women’s tennis went down to the wire Sunday at the Gold River Racquet Club, where No. 3 seed Sacramento State fought hard and pulled out the 4-3 victory over the No. 1 seed University of Montana.The Hornets have extended the program’s conference titles to 13 in a row, as...

Men’s tennis knocked out of the Big Sky Championship

State Hornet Staff

April 26, 2014


Filed under Tennis

After winning a thrilling match last night against Montana State to advance to the semifinals, the Sacramento State men’s tennis team’s season was dashed with a loss to Weber State at the Gold River Racquet Club on Saturday.The 4-1 loss capped a season in which injuries were the biggest opponent...

Path to Big Sky Championship begins in Idaho State

Path to Big Sky Championship begins in Idaho State

Clifton Jones

May 7, 2013


Filed under Sports

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...

Track & Field: Wallace nominated for top performer in nation

State Hornet Staff

May 8, 2011


Filed under Sports, Sports / Track And Field Cross Country

Senior track and field star Lea Wallace is one of 10 women on the watchlist for The Bowerman, an award given to the top female and male track and field performers. Wallace has had a record-setting year in 2011, setting school records in the mile and 800-meter during the indoor season, and the 800-met...

CSUS hosts Big Sky Championship

Anthony Honrade

May 3, 2011


Filed under Sports

In spite of winning the Big Sky Indoor Championships for both the men and women last season, the Sacramento State’s track and field team will have an advantage coming into the outdoor championships. The Hornets will be able to compete at their own outdoor stadium in an effort to bring two more championshi...