The State Hornet

Women’s golf seeks leadership in upcoming season

Matthew Green

September 18, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s golf team looks for new leadership this year as they begin the season with the Washington State University Cougar Cup in Pullman, Washington on Monday.The team will start the season with only two seniors and a young roster that is full of returning sophomores, one junior...

Palavivatana closes out Sac State career, pursues professional golf career

Giuliana Grana

May 4, 2015

It is always a bittersweet experience for a student-athlete to close out their collegiate career and prepare for the next chapter in their life, but women's golfer Sagee Palavivatana is up for the challenge.After competing for Sacramento State for four seasons, Palavivatana played in her final tournament for...

Women’s golf places first in Sac State Invitational, second win of the season

State Hornet Staff

March 17, 2015

Sacramento State women’s golf closed out the Sacramento State Invitational, finishing in first place this afternoon at Sierra View Country Club in Roseville, California.The Hornets combined to score a total of 299-300-302-901 overall and Cal State Northridge followed in second place. The Matadors were ...

Sac State women’s golf places first in Matador Invitational

Giuliana Grana

February 10, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s golf team had a great start to the second half of their season as they finished in first place at the Matador Golf Invitational with freshman Astha Madan crowned as the tournament champion.Madan who was first overall out of 48 golfers, carded rounds of 76-73-75-224 to ...

Women’s golf gets full lineup back

Patricia Carpenter

February 4, 2015

It isn’t common at the collegiate level of golf to have players that are injured or unavailable to play due to competing around the world, but the Sacramento State women’s golf team defied those odds this season.The women competed in three of their four tournaments without two of their eight players, due to inj...

Women’s golf makes season debut at WSU Cougar Cup

State Hornet Staff

September 23, 2014

Sacramento State women’s golf wrapped up its first tournament of the season at WSU Cougar Cup Monday, Sept. 22, placing seventh overall (296-307-312-915) with only four women competing.The already diminished team was without senior Lexie Hall after she withdrew from the competition citing an illness. Ha...

Hornets dominate women’s golf and tennis

State Hornet Staff

May 28, 2014

Women’s golf and tennis combined have made 11 postseason berths in the past decade. Both programs have seen some of the most prominent players this season as they continued their dominance and broke new school records.Senior Lisa Persson finished the season as the No. 1 player for the Hornets women...

Season ends in Arizona for women’s golf

State Hornet Staff

May 13, 2014

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...

Women’s golf hopes to hit it big in season finale

Sagee Palavivatana competed in all nine round of the 2012-2013 season

State Hornet Staff

April 15, 2014

Sacramento State women’s golf is gearing up for its final scheduled tournament of the season, where head coach David Sutherland is hindering the team’s potential Big Sky Championship success on one player.Sutherland said junior Sagee Palavivatana will have to perform at her highest level in order for the women ...

Top-tier golfers dream of joining the PGA

State Hornet Staff

April 15, 2014

For most students, getting ready to graduate from college means one thing – finding a job.But for Sacramento State senior golfer Jordan Weir, his aspirations of joining the PGA Tour have taken center stage.In the three tournaments Weir has played this Spring, he has yet to finish outside the top-15. In the 2012...

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