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Women’s soccer shut out by Eastern Washington despite dominate performance

Eric S. Torres

October 5, 2014

Sacramento State women's soccer (5-8-0) was shut out by the Eastern Washington (5-5-0) Sunday afternoon by a final score of 2-0 despite dominating on offensive.It was yet another tough break for the Hornets women's soccer team as Eastern Washington's freshman forward Caylah Lunning got the Eagles on th...

Women’s basketball looks for win over Northern Colorado

No. 22 Alle Moreno drives to the basket during a game inside The Nest. 

State Hornet Staff

February 20, 2014

With four of its six remaining games on the road, Sacramento State women’s basketball is looking to gain some momentum before the start of the Big Sky Tournament.The Hornets (16-7, 8-6) are tied for third in the Big Sky with Eastern Washington, and will travel to the University of Northern Colorado f...

Eastern Washington ends Hornets’ 4-game win streak

State Hornet Staff

February 13, 2014

Sacramento State men’s basketball’s four-game winning streak came to an end Thursday night against Eastern Washington University.Though the Hornets rallied from a 21-point deficit in the first half, the Eagles responded with a 21-12 run in the final seven minutes to defeat Sac State, 85-72.Not o...

Women’s basketball looks for season split against Eastern Washington

State Hornet Staff

February 13, 2014

After losing to Eastern Washington University on the road back on Jan. 18, Sacramento State women’s basketball will look to exact revenge at home Thursday evening at The Nest.Sac State fell to the Eagles,78-65 in the first matchup between the two teams and Eastern Washington owns a 26-13 record aga...

Record breaking performance pulls women’s basketball out of slump

Satchi Hover

January 23, 2014

Sacramento State women’s basketball needed to break out of its recent offensive slump and three game losing streak.The Hornets (12 4, 4 3) were able to do just that with a record-breaking 110 104 victory over Big Sky Conference powerhouse North Dakota (11 6, 6 2), Thursday in The Nest.The 110 poi...

Hornets prevail despite late Eastern Washington run

State Hornet Staff

January 19, 2014

Sacramento State withstood Eastern Washington’s second half run to get its second conference win of the year and jump three spots in the conference standings.The Hornets were tested as they let a once 21-point lead dwindle down to just six, but held on to a 75-64 win Saturday night at The Nest.Sac ...

Big Sky Conference Football Preview

Big Sky Conference Football Preview

Ryan Kuhn and Curtis Manlapig

September 25, 2013

Idaho StateCurrent record: 2-1; 2012 record: 1-10, 0-8 conferenceMascot: BengalsCity: Pocatello, IdahoKey Players: QB Justin Arias, RB Xavier Finney, WR C. Richmond, LB Mitch BecksteadProfile: Quarterback Justin Arias has averaged 336 yards per game, completing a team high 26 receptions to wide receiver Cameron Rich...

Volleyball slide continues as they open Big Sky Conference play

Satchi Hover

September 22, 2013

The woes continued for Sacramento State’s volleyball team as they dropped their first two Big Sky Conference matches.The Hornets fell in five sets (25-15, 25-17, 18-25, 20-25, 12-15) to Eastern Washington (4-8) Thursday, then dropped their match Saturday against Portland State (4-7) in straight sets (2...

Sac State volleyball starts Big Sky Conference play Thursday

Satchi Hover

September 18, 2013

Coming off five consecutive losses, Sacramento State women's volleyball team will look to right the ship as it begins Big Sky Conference play this week.After starting the 2013 campaign 4-0 record (their best start since 1995), the Hornets have gone 1-6 in their last seven matches, including a three matc...

Hornets finish off EWU with late run

Hornet sophomore guard No. 5, Dylan Garrity makes a diving save for the ball against Eastern Washington Eagles at The Nest on Thursday.

Gabe Pacheco

February 8, 2013

The Sacramento State's men's basketball team snapped it’s two-game losing streak as it defeated Eastern Washington, 61-55, on Thursday at The Nest, fueled by the strong roars from the home crowd. The Hornets (11-10, 6-7) converted on their free throw opportunities late in the game, which prevented the Ea...

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