The State Hornet

Men’s basketball falls short in San Jose

Men’s basketball falls short in San Jose

Joe Davis

December 9, 2012

The Sacramento State men's basketball team dropped a contest on the road against San Jose State tonight. The Hornets 62-57 loss came in the final game before conference play begins next week. Despite San Jose State shooting only 31 percent from the field, Sac State could not seem to put the Spartans a...

Best Male Athlete: Dylan Garrity

Best Male Athlete: Dylan Garrity

Josh Stanley

May 1, 2012

In a season full of awards, freshman point guard Dylan Garrity can add another one to the list as he was selected The State Hornet’s Best Male Athlete of the 2012 spring semester.  “I just look at it as all my hard work during the preseason and during the season is starting to pay off,” Garrity...

Point guards win freshman POY awards

Point guards win freshman POY awards

Josh Stanley

March 7, 2012

Freshman point guards Dylan Garrity and Fantasia Hilliard swept the best freshman awards for men’s and women’s Big Sky Conference basketball for the first time in school history. It was also the fourth time in conference history a school took both awards since Idaho State University won both in th...

Garrity named best freshman in Big Sky

Garrity named best freshman in Big Sky

Josh Stanley

March 3, 2012

After putting together a record-breaking season, freshman point guard Dylan Garrity was named Big Sky Conference Freshman of the Year and to the all-Big Sky honorable mention team Thursday. Garrity tied the Sacramento State record for assists-per-game average this season with 6.9, which was good for ...

Freshman point guard has chance to set Sac State assist record

Freshman point guard has chance to set Sac State assist record

Josh Stanley

February 22, 2012

Despite being his high school's all-time leader in points and assists, freshman point guard Dylan Garrity's scholarship to play at Sacramento State was the only Division I offer he received. Garrity burst onto the scene for the Hornets this year and has started all but one game. He leads the team and ...

Can a losing season still be a victory for men’s basketball?

Can a losing season still be a victory for men’s basketball?

Alex Grotewohl

January 30, 2012

Rejoice all ye faithful. The Sacramento State men's basketball squad won a conference game, and it's been a long time coming. Saturday's 77-43 whooping of Northern Arizona was the first Big Sky victory for the Hornets since Feb. 13, 2011. The first win was the hardest last year also, as Sac State went 0-...

Hornets break through against NAU for first Big Sky win

Hornets break through against NAU for first Big Sky win

Josh Stanley

January 29, 2012

There's no better way to end a nine-game losing streak than by blowing out a team by 34 points. The Sacramento State men's basketball team took down Northern Arizona University 77-43 Saturday at The Nest for its first Big Sky Conference win of the season. Head coach Brian Katz said this win was all be...

Men’s basketball can’t stop league-leading Weber State, still winless in conference

Men’s basketball can’t stop league-leading Weber State, still winless in conference

Josh Stanley

January 27, 2012

The Sacramento State Hornets men's basketball team fell to 0-8 in Big Sky Conference play after losing to Weber State University 75-60 Thursday night at The Nest. The game was centered on the Wildcats junior point guard and Oakland native Damian Lillard, who came into the game as the leading scorer in D...