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Sac State starts Big Sky season 0-2 after getting swept by Montana schools

State Hornet Staff

January 4, 2014

Sacramento State’s men’s basketball team was swept out of the state of Montana.Just two days after the losing to Montana State by 15 points, the Hornets were outmatched once again, resulting in a 82-70 loss to the University of Montana.Sac State’s record now falls to 4-7 and 0-2 in the Big Sky Con...

Women’s basketball wins program-best eighth in a row

Satchi Hover

January 4, 2014

Sacramento State’s women’s basketball team continues to build upon its best start in program history.The Hornets (10-1, 2-0) knocked off the defending Big Sky Champion Montana Lady Griz (7-4, 1-1),  91-81 in a back and forth affair at The Nest on Saturday.Prior to the start of the season, Montana...

Hornets start conference play with 4-game road trip

State Hornet Staff

January 1, 2014

Though Sacramento State’s season started with only four wins in its first nine games, head coach Brian Katz said the next twenty conference games are what really matter.“I’m not even focused on our record,” Katz said. “I think we are in a pretty good spot right now.”Sac State just came o...

Sac State loses to Montana, eliminated from postseason contention

Sac State loses to Montana, eliminated from postseason contention

Satchi Hover

November 24, 2013

Sacramento State’s volleyball team will not head to the Big Sky Conference Tournament after falling to Montana Saturday and losing the sixth and final spot needed to make the postseason.  The Hornets were eliminated by the Grizzlies in five sets, (25-21, 20-25, 21-25, 25-19, 10-15)Following the conclusion of the match,...

Safron’s record day not enough to take down Montana

Safron’s record day not enough to take down Montana

Curtis Manlapig

November 2, 2013

Sacramento State’s Garrett Safron had a career day despite his team losing 51-48 to the University of Montana Saturday at Hornet Stadium.The junior quarterback broke Sac State’s single game records with 41 completions, 412 passing yards, and 505 yards of total offense. He also had six touchdowns, ...

Hornet offense looks to stay hot against Montana

Hornet offense looks to stay hot against Montana

Curtis Manlapig

November 1, 2013

Sacramento State’s offense looks to continue it’s high powered attack Saturday as the Hornets take on Montana at Hornet Stadium.The offense, led by junior quarterback Garrett Safron, has averaged 34 points per game ranking third since Big Sky Conference play began. Coming off a bye week, Sac Sta...

Women’s volleyball splits its weekend match-ups

Satchi Hover

October 20, 2013

Sacramento State’s volleyball team split their weekend matches against Montana and Montana State at Colberg court.The Hornets dropped their first match Friday evening to the Montana Grizzlies in straight sets (25-17, 25-18, 25-23) to fall to 9-11 overall, with a 4-5 Big Sky Conference mark. Montan...

Balanced offensive attack help Hornets win at Montana

Clifton Jones

October 4, 2013

Behind three goals from three different players, Sacramento State women’s soccer overcame its first test of the conference season against the University of Montana on Friday afternoon.Sac State rolled over the Grizzlies early as the Hornets scored all their goals in the first half to shut out Montana, 3-0.Th...

Big Sky Conference Football Preview

Big Sky Conference Football Preview

Ryan Kuhn and Curtis Manlapig

September 25, 2013

Idaho StateCurrent record: 2-1; 2012 record: 1-10, 0-8 conferenceMascot: BengalsCity: Pocatello, IdahoKey Players: QB Justin Arias, RB Xavier Finney, WR C. Richmond, LB Mitch BecksteadProfile: Quarterback Justin Arias has averaged 336 yards per game, completing a team high 26 receptions to wide receiver Cameron Rich...

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...

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