The State Hornet

Preston’s Predictions: Stats give Sac State the advantage in Causeway

Russell Preston

November 20, 2013

With one week left in Sacramento State’s roller coaster of a season, the Hornets will host the UC Davis Aggies for the 60th edition of the Causeway Classic showdown.While we can ask each team mind-numbing questions about how they feel going into this game or what they have been working on all week,...

Opinion: Scrums in baseball an insult to game

State Hornet Staff

February 27, 2013

Baseball’s first rule book consisted of 20 rules written by William Wheaton and William Tucker of the Knickerbocker Baseball Club on Sept. 23, 1845. Together, they declared the game a gentlemanly pastime.Over the years, those words have lost meaning to many players.The earliest offense I can think of is ...

Baseball unable to complete doubleheader sweep

Hornet freshman No. 6, Chris Lewis, hits against Riverside in the second game of the doubleheader in John Smith field on Saturday.

State Hornet Staff

February 24, 2013

After several missed opportunities, the Sacramento State baseball team loaded the bases in the bottom of the ninth inning, setting up the walk-off sacrifice bunt to win in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader.The 4-3 win over UC Riverside in Game 1 marked the Hornets’ first home game victory this season. Shortstop Scot...

NHL begins: rejoice, fans

State Hornet Staff

January 30, 2013

After 119 stress-filled days of emptiness, boredom and migraines, the National Hockey League finally ended the lockout and the season has kicked off a 48-game season. Some people really don’t care that the Neanderthal sport is going to be back on television, for it may take precious airtime away f...