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Women’s basketball team drops fifth straight

Women’s basketball team drops fifth straight

Christopher Bullock

December 6, 2015

In a game that proved to be full of excitement, the Sacramento State women's basketball failed to avenge last season's loss to Cal, losing 117-99 in the consolation game of the Four Points by Sheridan Cal Classic on Sunday. Despite the loss, Sac State smashed the NCAA Division I record for 3-poi...

Hornets’ softball team focuses on strengthening their mentality this season

Giuliana Grana

February 6, 2015

The Sacramento State Hornets' softball team opens up their 2015 season this weekend at the So Cal Collegiate Classic in Long Beach, California on Feb. 5. The squad has been projected to finish second in the Big Sky Conference this year with 16 returners, including pitcher Caitlin Brooks and third ba...

Cross country preparing for conference and cold

Mike McGough

October 7, 2014

Sacramento State's cross country team is gearing up for the remainder of its season.With two races scheduled before they compete Nov. 1 at the Big Sky Championships in Grand Forks, North Dakota, the Hornets have just over three weeks to prepare.But head coach Joe Eby’s team may not race at the SFSU I...

Chimdum Mez leads Sac State’s men’s soccer team in his final year

Jordan Santos

October 2, 2014

During this time last year, Sacramento State men’s soccer had difficulty finding the back of the net heading into conference. This season the team’s offense has been more productive and a contributing factor to this feat comes at the boots of senior forward Chimdum Mez.The senior has doubled his ...

Stanford Invitational, new terrain for cross country team

Mike McGough

September 27, 2014

Sacramento State cross country competed Saturday at the Stanford Invitational. The men’s team took 15th place out of 18 teams while the Hornet women finished seventh out of 21.The Hornet women finished the 6K with a score of 255, good for seventh place. They edged out eighth-place finisher USC, wh...

Volleyball forced five sets against Southern Utah, but fell 2-3

Paris Prado

September 25, 2014

Sacramento State women’s volleyball loses its first conference game to Southern Utah with a final score of 3-2 (25-23, 25-21, 18-25, 30-32, 13-15).The Hornets hit their lowest at .060 but managed to win their first set with a score of 25-23.Sac State had a total of 50 attacks, 11 kills and eight er...

Sac State football travels to Idaho State for conference opener

James Frazier

September 25, 2014

Sacramento State football will look to win its third consecutive game as they hit the road to face Idaho State for the team’s first Big Sky Conference matchup Saturday, Sept. 27.Sac State (3-1) boasts its best record through four games in fifteen seasons. Idaho State (1-2) is coming off a bye week an...

Hornet men struggled in the Husky Invitational

by Aaron Asmus

September 23, 2014

Sacramento State men’s golf struggled in Washington, coming in last place behind Seattle by 12 strokes at the Husky Invitational.Luke Kristo, Robert Parden and Taylor Knoll were the top scorers for the Hornets and finished within three strokes of each other. They shot a total of 227, 228, and 229 ...

Sac State goes 0-3 against UC Santa Barbara in it’s final game

Paris Prado

September 7, 2014

The Sacramento State women’s volleyball lost their final home game of the invitational against UC Santa Barbara going 0-3.The Hornet’s first set was their best set score of the night. Morgan Stanley led the team with four kills and Lexie Skalbeck contributed five of the nine digs. Stanley had three...

Will Sac State feel the affects of the NCAA autonomy?

State Hornet Staff

September 4, 2014

The NCAA Division I board of directors voted 16-2 on a decision to give the five richest conferences (ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, SEC and Pac-12 including Notre Dame) more autonomy of their resources on Aug. 7.Conferences such as the Power Five who are generating more revenue than others within Division I will be abl...

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