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Hornets head to Reno with eyes on Big Sky title

Andrew Brown

March 7, 2016

The Sacramento State Hornets men's basketball team is headed to Reno, Nevada to take on the Montana State University Bobcats at the Reno Events Center, Tuesday at 5:35 p.m. in the first round of the Big Sky Conference tournament. Sac State finished the regular season with back to back wins against th...

Hornets tie record in loss

Chris Bullock

February 7, 2016

Going into Saturday's game at Montana State, the Hornets had only made 30 3-pointers in their last three games. Sac State ended up making 25 on Saturday, tying their own NCAA Division I record. That wouldn't be enough, however, as Big Sky conference leaders Montana State took advantage of anot...

Hornets basketball barely misses the mark

Chris Bullock

February 7, 2016

Two days after performing one of the greatest comebacks in program history, the Sacramento State men's basketball team almost gave the Nest an encore. But Montana State was not about to become the poster boy for that comeback. Despite three-3 pointers in the final minute of the game, Sac St...

Hornets saddle up for Montana trip

Chris Bullock

February 3, 2016

Adella Randle-El drives the lane against Violet Kapri Morrow of Eastern Washington on Saturday, Jan. 30 in the Hornets Nest. The Hornets went on to lose the game 100-83.

Football drops fifth straight game

Football drops fifth straight game

Andre Newell

October 10, 2015

The Sacramento State football team's struggles continue this season as they have now lost five games in a row after falling to Montana State University, 35-13 on Saturday night at Bobcat Stadium. The Hornets now have an overall record of 1-5 and are 0-3 in Big Sky Conference play. Sac State...

Hornets hope to end skid at Montana State

Jeremiah Martinez

October 7, 2015

Heading into this weekend’s matchup against Montana State University (2-2, 1-1 in Big Sky Conference) on a four-game losing streak, Sacramento State (1-4, 0-2 in Big Sky) linebacker Darnell Sankey said the Hornets can’t dwell on the past. He also said they can’t focus on the nine-game losing ...

No. 73 Sac State women’s tennis drops match 5-2 to No. 70 UC Irvine

Patricia Carpenter

March 25, 2015

After creating their longest streak of the season, Sacramento State women's tennis has dropped two consecutive matches on the road this week.On Tuesday, the Hornets' four-match winning streak was snapped by No. 72 San Diego State after the Aztecs beat them 6-1. The losing trend continued today after...

Women’s basketball advances to semifinal in conference tournament with 78-62 win

Patricia Carpenter

March 11, 2015

For the third time in program history the Sacramento State women’s basketball team has clinched a spot in the Big Sky Conference Tournament semifinals with their 78-62 quarterfinal win over Montana State in Missoula, Montana today.The women started out cold on offense, hitting only 14-of-46 shots with a f...

Women’s basketball sets multiple records in 123-77 win over Portland State

Women’s basketball sets multiple records in 123-77 win over Portland State

State Hornet Staff

February 28, 2015

Sacramento State women’s basketball scored a whopping 123 points during its game against Portland State on Feb. 28, breaking their highest score of this season of 108. The women defeated the Vikings by 46 points for a final score of 123-77.The Hornets’ guard Adella Randle-El scored the basket th...

Garrity and McKinney fuel men’s basketball’s 75-59 win over Montana State

Garrity and McKinney fuel men’s basketball’s 75-59 win over Montana State

Mike McGough

January 29, 2015

Seniors Dylan Garrity and Mikh McKinney helped the Sacramento State men's basketball team continue its best-ever beginning to the Big Sky Conference season Thursday night, as the Hornets improved to an 8-1 conference record with a 75-59 victory over Montana State at a sold-out Hornets' Nest.Sac State coac...

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