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Sac State women’s tennis’ season ends after Big Sky Championship loss

Patricia Carpenter

April 27, 2015

For 13 seasons Sacramento State women's tennis dominated the Big Sky Conference, but it all came to an end on Sunday after conference newcomers, the University of Idaho Vandals, squandered the Hornets' chance of winning their 14th tournament title.Idaho joined the Big Sky this season after leaving th...

Sac State women’s tennis buries rival UC Davis 6-1

Sacramento State tennis player Jennifer Ong returns a serve during a doubles match against UC Davis on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. 

Patricia Carpenter

January 30, 2015

Sacramento State women’s tennis (1-2) pulled out a huge 6-1 victory over causeway rival UC Davis (2-3) for the program’s first win of the season on Friday, Jan. 30 at Rio Del Oro Racquet Club.Director of Tennis Bill Campbell said he could see the team's progression in their performance today. "I...

Women’s tennis looks to shake off slow start

Patricia Carpenter

January 29, 2015

When the 2015 preseason Big Sky Conference coaches’ poll came out in the beginning of January, it was no shock that the Sacramento State women’s tennis team was voted to land in first place.The program is on pace to be crowned with its 14th consecutive championship title and NCAA Tournament bid, b...

Women’s tennis makes 13th straight NCAA Tournament bid

State Hornet Staff

May 6, 2014

Sacramento State women’s tennis will open up the NCAA Tournament against No. 3 UCLA (21-2) on Friday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.Despite entering the tournament with an overall losing record at 12-16, Sac State was able to narrowly defeat the University of Montana 4-3 to advance to the first roun...

Women’s tennis has struggled to start season

Patricia Capenter

March 5, 2014

The Sacramento State women’s tennis team has seen its struggles in the first eight matches of the young season, but the women are looking to turn the corner in the next few weeks.The Hornets (1-7) are entering their spring campaign with one win on their record, which is highly uncharacteristic of their de...

Men’s tennis bolstered by strong play from standout Marek Marksoo

Marek Marksoo returns the ball with a backhand.

Satchi Hover

October 2, 2013

It did not take long for Sacramento State junior tennis player Marek Marksoo to develop an interest in the sport he has a strong passion for and it took even less time for Hornet coaches to realize he was a special player.“You could tell the first day he got here,” said assistant coach Kevin Kurtz. ...