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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 finishes second at the Big Sky Championships

State Hornet Staff

April 22, 2014

Sacramento State women’s golf finished the Big Sky Championship in second place on Tuesday, following the conclusion of the final round at Ocotillo Golf Club in Chandler, Ariz.The Hornets were tied with Portland State for first at 605 heading into the last day of the tournament, but the Vikings ove...

Hornets finish eighth at Wyoming Cowgirl Classic

State Hornet Staff

April 8, 2014

Freshman Chloe Bartek led Sacramento State women's golf team at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic as the women placed eighth overall, Tuesday at the Southern Dunes Golf Club.The Hornets competed in a field of 20 and finished 9 strokes ahead of Big Sky Conference foe Portland State (921), but came up three s...

Women’s golf aims for new mentality

Patricia Carpenter

March 18, 2014

Sacramento State women’s golf coach David Sutherland turned to a new technique this season to strengthen the women’s mentality during competition.Sutherland enlisted the help of Sac State psychology professor Cindy Long-Nicholson to meet with the women as a group to help prepare them for challenges in up...

Women’s golf unimpressed with recent broken records

Patricia Carpenter

March 11, 2014

The Sacramento State women’s golf team is still not satisfied with its season despite breaking two program records and placing second at the Red Rocks Invitational in Sedona, Ariz. on March 2.The Hornets broke the lowest combined two-round tournament score by one stroke (602), which was previously h...

Women’s golf breaks school record, finishes in second place

Patricia Carpenter

March 3, 2014

Sacramento State women’s golf completed the Red Rocks Invitational in Sedona, Ariz. on Sunday tied for second place with a total of 301-301-602, which set the school record by one stroke.Sac State was outlasted by Xavier as they won with a 14-stroke lead at 299-289-588. Northern Arizona tied with the Horne...

Women’s golf unimpressed with season-opening match

Patricia Carpenter

February 19, 2014

Sacramento State women’s golf got back into the swing of things placing sixth-overall in its first tournament appearance this season at the Matador Invitational in Simi Valley, Calif.Senior Lisa Persson recorded the highest individual finish for the Hornets and shot the lowest final round at a 2-over-par 74. P...

Women’s golf battles rain in the WSU Cougar Cup

Clifton Jones

September 25, 2013

The women’s golf team finished tied for seventh Tuesday at the WSU Cougar Cup while having to endure a heavy rainfall.Women’s golf were led by seniors Lisa Persson and Tiffany Nichols, who finished tied for 20th and 26th place respectively.Persson corrected her sloppy first round mistakes into a...

Sac State women’s golf places seventh in Irvine

Clifton Jones

February 28, 2013

Sacramento State women’s golf finished the UC Irvine Invitational with sophomore Sagee Palavivatana and juniors Tiffany Nichols and Lisa Persson all shooting a 79 final round total.  The Hornets’ score was good for seventh place out of the 12 teams that competed yesterday.  As a team, Sac State fini...

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