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Softball bounced from Big Sky Tournament

State Hornet Staff

May 13, 2014

Sacramento State softball ended its 2014 season in a loss to the Idaho State Bengals at the Big Sky Conference tournament in Pocatello, Idaho on Friday night. The Hornets finished the season with a 25-21 record and 12-4 regular season conference record.At the end of the regular season, Sac State’s...

Softball preparing for the Big Sky Tournament

Senior catcher Paris Prado stretches before stepping into the batters box.

State Hornet Staff

May 6, 2014

Led by first baseman Sasha Margulies and junior pitcher Caitlin Brooks, Sacramento State softball will make its second consecutive Big Sky Conference Tournament starting Thursday.Margulies has played 42 games and is hitting .359, with nine doubles, one triple, one home run and she ranks second on the tea...

Softball can potentially host Big Sky tournament

State Hornet Staff

April 29, 2014

Sacramento State softball is in the midst of a three-team race for first place with Idaho State University and Southern Utah University.The team that finishes in first place this weekend will earn the right to host the Big Sky Conference Tournament next week. As of right now the three teams sit atop th...

First year coach guides team to Big Sky Tournament

State Hornet Staff

March 11, 2014

After securing a third-straight Big Sky Conference Tournament berth, Sacramento State women’s basketball team is looking to finally take home a championship.The Hornets have an overall record of 18-10 and 10-10 Big Sky mark - good for seventh in the conference - and will seek to get things off on the...

Women’s basketball loses regular season finale at Montana State

State Hornet Staff

March 8, 2014

Sacramento State women’s basketball dropped its final game of the season to Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont., Saturday.The Hornets fell to the Bobcats (15-14, 10-10) by a score of 81-63, finishing the regular season with a 5-8 road mark. They have advanced to play in the Big Sky Conference To...

Men’s basketball focused on winning, not standings

Sacramento State's men's basketball team has won seven straight wins at The Nest. 

State Hornet Staff

March 6, 2014

Sacramento State’s opportunity for its first Big Sky Conference Tournament in eight years comes down to two games against Montana and Montana State starting Thursday.If the Hornets defeat both teams, it will not only guarantee them a spot in the tournament, but tied the program’s best record with...

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 ...

Hornets take a loss as Idaho State walks off in Big Sky Tournament

Hornet freshman catcher No. 9 Kortney Solis hits a foul ball in the first inning against Idaho State at Shea Stadium.

Clifton Jones

May 10, 2013

Sacramento State softball dropped its first Big Sky Tournament game in a heart breaking walk-off fashion, 10-9, to the Idaho State Bengals yesterday at Pocatello, Idaho.  In what had become a heavy weigh battle of offenses, both teams combined for 29 hits, 19 runs. Sac State was led by both senior ...

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...

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