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For the love of the lake

For the love of the lake

Chris Bullock
March 20, 2016
Filed under Rowing, Sports

If you were to walk around campus, you would be hard-pressed to pick out a member of the Sacramento State women's rowing team from a crowd of students. That's because the level of recognition rowing gets as a sport is small in comparison to basketball or football. Don't let the lack of recogn...

Sac State rowing readies for American Athletic Conference Championship in New Jersey

Karah Butac
May 4, 2015
Filed under Rowing, Sports

For the second time in school history, the Sacramento State women’s rowing program will compete in a conference meet that could give them an automatic bid to the NCAA Championship.Sac State is an affiliate to the American Athletic Conference and competes against the University of Central Florida, Univ...

New conference, new experiences for rowing

State Hornet Staff
May 13, 2014
Filed under Rowing

The Sacramento State women’s rowing team will be in Tennessee Saturday to compete in the program’s first-ever Conference USA Championships.The upcoming 11-team regatta is clearly the biggest competition Sac State has ever raced in and both coaches and players are excited for the opportunity.“Its ...

Rowing team fully healthy, set for San Diego Crew Classic

State Hornet Staff
April 4, 2014
Filed under Rowing

The Sacramento State women’s rowing team is on the road in San Diego this weekend as it will compete in the San Diego Crew classic.The Hornets will be bringing four boats - three eight boats and a four boat. The three eight boats are the varsity eight, second eight, and third eight and the four bo...

Rowing earns four second place finishes at Sacramento State Invitational

Garrett Riendeau
March 15, 2014
Filed under Rowing

The Sacramento State women’s rowing team opened up its season with a strong start when it hosted the Sacramento State Invitational at Lake Natoma Saturday.Varsity eight, second varsity eight, novice eight, second novice eight, and varsity four all earned second place finishes. Novice four finished thi...

Women’s rowing season finally here, team looks to start strong

Garrett Riendeau
March 14, 2014
Filed under Rowing

The Sacramento State women’s rowing team looks to start the season off strong as it opens the season and hosts the Sacramento Invitational tomorrow at Lake Natoma.The Hornets’ first races of the season will be composed of a few familiar opponents. Division II champions from a couple years ago Humb...

Jump to Conference USA good for Sac State rowing

Garrett Riendeau
March 4, 2014
Filed under Rowing

For the first time in school history, the Sacramento State team has a shot at a qualifying bid to the NCAA Championships.Since the program began in 1995, the team has been part of the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association (WIRA), a conference unnoticed by the NCAA.This past fall, the squad joined a...

Sac State rowing joins NCAA conference

Sac State rowing joins NCAA conference

Maikalina Madali
March 19, 2013
Filed under Sports

After 18 years of being part of the intercollegiate athletic program at Sacramento State, the Hornet rowing team has finally been admitted into a conference that offers a chance to qualify for the NCAA Championship. The team has always been a member of the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association, also known ...