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Women’s basketball wraps up season

Women’s basketball wraps up season

State Hornet Staff

April 2, 2013

Just because you are not the champion does not mean you are not a winner.The Sacramento State women’s basketball team ended its season early after being knocked out of the Big Sky Tournament, but that loss was surpassed by multiple program accolades.The team had a 19-11 overall record on the season, b...

Sac State women’s basketball knocked out of Big Sky Tournament

State Hornet Staff

March 15, 2013

Second chance points were the demise of the Hornets today.The Sacramento State women’s basketball team was knocked out of the Big Sky Tournament after letting up 26 second-chance points to No. 1 Montana during the Lady Griz’s 74-53 win over the Hornets.The Hornets beat Montana on Saturday at The ...

Women’s basketball moves on to Big Sky semifinals

State Hornet Staff

March 13, 2013

All the Hornets needed was another chance.After losing three straight games to Idaho State University, Sacramento State’s women’s basketball team received from redemption as they defeated the Bengals Wednesday night 73-60 in the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Conference Tournament.“I felt that we...

Torgerson’s 22 points leads Sac State to upset win over Montana

State Hornet Staff

March 9, 2013

Senior center Natasha Torgerson couldn’t have wished for a better ending to her final home game this afternoon at Sacramento State. Not only were her family and friends on hand to celebrate, but she scored a career-high 22 points that helped the Hornets upset the Big Sky regular season champion Mont...

Hot or not: Who is on fire and who is cold as ice?

Hot or not: Who is on fire and who is cold as ice?

State Hornet Staff

March 5, 2013

Cold:Mikh McKinneyShooting guardFlashy shooting guard for the Sacramento State men’s basketball team, Mikh McKinney, has been one of the top scorers on the team all season. But lately, his offense has been somewhat of a disappointment.Transfer student McKinney established himself as a starter since he p...

Idaho State too much for women’s basketball in second half

State Hornet Staff

March 3, 2013

Kylie Kuhns’ 22-point game was not enough to make up for the Hornets’ 33 percent shooting. Sacramento State women’s basketball (16-11, 11-7 BSC) went into the game tied for third with Idaho State (17-10, 12-6 BSC), but dropped down to fifth after today’s 81-61 loss Saturday at Reed Gym.The win for...

Kuhns, Kritscher set Big Sky records in win over Weber State

Kuhns, Kritscher set Big Sky records in win over Weber State

State Hornet Staff

March 1, 2013

Seniors Kylie Kuhns and Megan Kritscher will never forget their final trip to Weber State.They will remember it not because it was their last conference road trip of the season or because Sacramento State won its most games since 1992, but because their names will forever be remembered in the Big Sky Confer...

Hornets lose at home, drop to fourth in Big Sky

Hornets lose at home, drop to fourth in Big Sky

State Hornet Staff

February 17, 2013

Playing on home court was not an advantage today. Sacramento State women’s basketball (14-10, 9-6 BSC) faced Big Sky’s second-ranked Northern Colorado (15-9,12-3 BSC) for the second time this season, which resulted in a 81-73 loss and a sweep over the Hornets by the Bears. This was only the sec...

Women’s basketball looks for redemption Saturday against Northern Colorado

Women’s basketball looks for redemption Saturday against Northern Colorado

State Hornet Staff

February 15, 2013

The Hornets are looking to put their opponent’s seven-game winning streak to an end.Second-ranked Big Sky Conference rival Northern Colorado is coming to face the Sacramento State women’s basketball team on Saturday after beating the Hornets at Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion on Jan. 26.Sac State ...

Hornets force season-high 31 turnovers in win

Hornets force season-high 31 turnovers in win

State Hornet Staff

February 15, 2013

With 48 points off of 31 turnovers, Sacramento State took another home-court conference win, this time from North Dakota.The Hornets’ 80-62 win improved their record to 14-9 overall and 9-5 in the Big Sky Conference to bump them up into third place, tied with Idaho State and Eastern Washington. Se...

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