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Sac state baseball loses Causeway series to UC Davis

PJ Floyd runs to second base after a past ball against Fresno State at Raley Field, Wednesday, April 27. The Hornets beat the Bulldogs 5-4 in extra innings.

Jerod Moreno

May 12, 2016

Sacramento State’s baseball team lost in the second meeting with UC Davis this year 7-1, marking the first time since 2010 that UC Davis has won the series between the two rivals in a game known as the Causeway Classic. This loss marks Sac State’s seventh loss in the last eight games they ha...

Hornet track and field loses in causeway showdown

Senior Stephanie Blumm hurdles against UC Davis in the Causeway Classic Dual Meet at Hornet Stadium, Friday, April 29.

Connor Ashford

May 1, 2016

The Sacramento State track and field team lost on Friday afternoon to UC Davis in the 11th annual Causeway Classic Dual Meet, with both men's and women's teams falling to the Aggies. The women’s teams were competing in a tight matchup throughout the day in the event at Hornet Stadium. The Ho...

Gymnastics win first home meet

Sac State gymnast Kalliah McCartney finishes a successful beam routine during the Sac State-UC Davis meet on Friday, Jan. 29. McCartney finished with a 9.825 in the beam, leading to an all-around score of 39.300.

Rich Merrill

January 31, 2016

The Sacramento State gymnastics team beat UC Davis on Friday night with a score of 194.250-193.100, pushing its record to 5-2 for the season. It was the Hornets' first home meet of the 2016 season and they defended the Nest with a victory over their causeway rival for the second time this season. ...

Football ends season in 35-21 Causeway Classic defeat

Jeremiah Martinez

November 21, 2015

In a battle of two freshman quarterbacks, it was C.J. Spencer leading UC Davis to a 35-21 victory over Nate Ketteringham and Sacramento State in the 62nd annual Causeway Classic on Saturday at Hornet Stadium. The loss puts the Hornets (2-9 overall, 1-7 in Big Sky Conference) in a tie for last place...

ASI discusses tailgating policies

Sac State chief of police Mark Iwasa explains and discusses the new tailgating policies with the ASI board of directors on Nov. 18, 2015. 

Angel Kidka

November 19, 2015

Mark Iwasa, Sacramento State’s chief of police, met with the Associated Students, Inc. at their weekly working board meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18 in the Terrace Suite of the WELL to explain and discuss the new tailgating policies that are set to begin at this weekend'so Causeway Classic game. ...

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Jeremiah Martinez

November 18, 2015

As seniors on the Sacramento State football team participated in their last full-padded practice on Wednesday, the Hornets are looking to close out the season with a win against rival UC Davis in this weekend’s 62nd annual Causeway Classic. It will also be the final time the seniors will step ...

Sac State Students help save lives

Eric Muller, sophomore, has blood sample taken at the University Union, Oct. 20, 2015.

Angel Kidka

October 26, 2015

The campus-wide blood drive, which takes place every semester, was back for its fall “Causeway Classic” edition, a competition between UC Davis and Sacramento State students. The two-day blood drive took place in the University Union Ballroom on Oct. 20 and 21 and received blood donations ...

Men’s track and field beat Aggies at Causeway Classic

Jessica Plasencia

May 2, 2015

Sacramento State track and field traveled to UC Davis to compete in the Causeway Classic meet on Friday, May 1 at Woody Wilson Track.At the dual meet, the Hornets’ men’s team won against the Aggies. The Sac State men earned 108 points. They accumulated 24 more points out of the 18 events. The women...

Causeway clash sees Sac State shutout in season opener

State Hornet Staff

August 22, 2014

Sacramento State women’s soccer hosted its 2014 season opener on Friday evening at Hornet Field, where the team succumbed to its crosstown rival UC Davis in a 1-0 loss.Aggies forward Celina Minissian secured the win for her team in the 81st minute after a Hornet player lost possession of the ball at the top of the ...

Sacramento State hosts first blood drive of semester

Natasha Dodson

February 25, 2014

With one pint of blood possibly saving up to three lives, Sacramento State blood drive volunteers are working to register as many donors as possible for the first two-day event of the semester that started Tuesday.“Participation has increased from previous years because we’re working hard on getting the word out.” said ...

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