The State Hornet

Men’s soccer shows its toughness in loss

Chris Bullock

February 24, 2016

Sacramento State's men's soccer team showed that when playing with the pros, they are able to hold their own. Playing in front of near-capacity crowd of 907 people, Sac State played wire-to-wire against the United Soccer League's Sacramento Republic FC, ultimately losing 1-0 Wednesday at Horn...

Soccer programs prepares athletes for the pros

Ilian Cervantes

September 11, 2014

Former Sacramento State soccer athlete Max Alvarez completed his first season for Sacramento Republic professional soccer team this month, where he played midfielder.Alvarez reported to Sac Republic training camp last February and said he felt prepared for the skill level of the professional team coming ...

Men’s soccer showcases talent in the spring season

State Hornet Staff

May 6, 2014

After going undefeated in their last five games of the spring, the Sacramento State men’s soccer team is ready to rebound from their 2013 campaign.The 2013 season proved a tough one, as the Hornets went 3-11-4, their lowest win total since 1998 when the team went 0-16-2. Sac State is four years rem...

Sac State alum Max Alvarez to make professional debut in USL

State Hornet Staff

February 25, 2014

Sacramento State alumni Max Alvarez is trading in his green and gold jersey for a white and red one.Alvarez, who played four years for the Sacramento State men’s soccer team recently signed a contract with Sacramento Republic FC soccer club.Republic FC is a professional soccer team that was founded in...

Hornet alumni kick starts his new career in United Soccer League

State Hornet Staff

February 16, 2014

Senior Max Alvarez is trading in his green and gold jersey for a white and red one.Alvarez, who played four years for the Sacramento State men’s soccer team was just signed to the Sacramento Republic FC soccer club.Republic FC is a professional soccer team that was founded in 2012. They are expecte...

Men’s soccer remains undefeated in conference to hold first place in Northern Division

James Heck

October 8, 2012

The Sacramento State men’s soccer team continued its winning streak in the Big West Conference Sunday as it beat UC Riverside 1-0 at Hornet Field. The Hornets (7-4-1, 4-0 Big West) have won their past five games and are first place in the North Division of the Big West Conference. They are only one...

Men’s soccer makes its Big West debut one to remember

Men’s soccer makes its Big West debut one to remember

State Hornet Staff

September 28, 2012

Sacramento State men’s soccer accomplished its first ever Big West conference matchup as it defeated UC Irvine 2-1 in front of 1,670 people at Anteater Stadium.Senior goalkeeper Bryan Oliver was a main contributor to the Hornets’ win as he posted seven saves out of the eight shots Irvine put on ...

Men’s soccer breaks a three-game losing streak and gets the win against UNLV

Men’s soccer breaks a three-game losing streak and gets the win against UNLV

James Heck

September 23, 2012

The Sacramento State men’s soccer team defeated the University of Las Vegas 3-2 in overtime today at Hornet Field. The Hornets (3-4-1) snapped a three game losing streak as they won their final non-conference game of the season. The Rebels (2-7-1) lost their second game in a row. With 22 minutes into the first ...

Men’s soccer defeats San Diego in overtime

Men’s soccer defeats San Diego in overtime

State Hornet Staff

September 4, 2012

With a diving goal by Matt Linenberger less than two minutes into overtime, Sacramento State Men’s soccer team defeated the University of San Diego 2-1 on Friday at Hornet Field during the team’s home opener. With the majority of the game defined by 24 fouls and five yellow cards, the Hornets were the fi...

Matt Linenberger makes game-winning goal at home opener in overtime

Matt Linenberger makes game-winning goal at home opener in overtime

Rudy Saenz

September 1, 2012

Due to a diving goal by senior Matt Linenberger in overtime, the Sacramento State men’s soccer team defeated the University of San Diego 2-1 Friday at Hornet Field during the team’s home opener. The majority of the game was defined by penalties with 24 fouls and five yellow cards, but the Hornets were...