The State Hornet

Women’s volleyball shifts leadership for upcoming season improvement

Sac State sophomore Sloan Lovett steps in to fill offensive void against Weber State during the 2012 season. 

Satchi Hover

August 20, 2013

After missing the 2012 Big Sky Conference Tournament by one game, Sacramento State’s volleyball team is looking forward to the 2013 season as they adjust to transitions that took place during the offseason.With a 12-18 overall record last season, the disappointing results seemed to remove any doubts as the...

Sac State gymnastics finishes third at conference championships

Clifton Jones

March 23, 2013

Sacramento State gymnastics finished the Western Athletic Conference championship meet in third place by .725 of a point behind first place with a score of 195.500.  Senior Cayla Beutler was the only Hornet to win an individual rotation, finishing first in the balance beam with a score of 9.850. She al...

Women’s soccer strives for rebound performance

Women’s soccer strives for rebound performance

State Hornet Staff

October 17, 2012

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team started out the 2012 season in a slump, and even with more production during Big Sky Conference play, the team’s fate will come down to the end.  The Hornets (5-7-4, 3-3-2 Big Sky) opened the season with a win against Nevada on Aug. 19, but followed it with a t...

Hornet runners plan post-college careers

Hornet runners plan post-college careers

James Heck

September 19, 2012

For the cross country runners on the Sacramento State men’s and women’s teams, the emphasis of their training and commitment pertain to collegiate running. After college, the different avenues runners can or want to pursue depend on athletic ability, opportunity and sheer desire to continue runn...

Buzz of the Crowd: What big wins mean for small college teams

State Hornet Staff

September 12, 2012

College football starts off the same way every season: Most big NCAA football programs play smaller schools and cruise to a commanding victory. Oregon State and the University of Colorado are no exceptions to this rule. During the past decade, the two teams have hosted schools with smaller football programs lik...