The State Hornet

Baseball sweeps Northern Colorado in doubleheader

Kevin L. Shepherd

May 9, 2015

Nathan Lukes became the Sacramento State Hornets' all-time hits leader with his third inning solo home run, propelling the Hornets to a 9-3 victory over the University of Northern Colorado Bears today at John Smith Field in game one of a doubleheader between the Western Athletic Conference foes.The juni...

Leitao’s complete game not enough to shut out Bakersfield, Hornets lose 1-0

State Hornet Staff

April 17, 2015

Hayden Carter pitched nine innings to earn a complete game shutout victory as the visiting CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners outlasted the Sacramento State Hornets 1-0 to take game one of the three-game set today at John Smith Field between the Western Athletic Conference rivals.Carter allowed five hits and t...

Hornets’ baseball drops their game 9-6 to UOP

State Hornet Staff

April 14, 2015

Timely bunting and 15 hits were enough to propel the visiting University of Pacific Tigers to a 9-6 victory over the Sacramento State Hornets today at John Smith Field.The game was a rematch from two weeks prior at Pacific. The Hornets won the first meeting 3-2, where both teams combined for 15 hits.P...

Defense, pitching aids Sac State baseball’s 2-0 win over Cal Poly

Sheldon Kohatsu

March 14, 2015

Sacramento State baseball's Sam Long tallies 105 pitches in his first complete game of the season and surrendered only five hits with no walks to the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Mustangs on Saturday, March 14, 2015. Throughout his shutout performance, Long would not allow more than one base runner at a time with each of his five hits given up in separate innings.

Hornets’ baseball takes win over No. 18 UC Santa Barbara

Hornets’ baseball takes win over No. 18 UC Santa Barbara

Sheldon Kohatsu

March 7, 2015

Behind a three-run fifth inning rally, the Sacramento State Hornets hung on to beat visiting No. 18 UC Santa Barbara 5-4 on Saturday.The Hornets (7-5) rebounded a day after being held to five hits and being shut out by the Gauchos’ Dillon Tate. The men recorded 11 hits in today's win and ended their ...

Sac State baseball’s six-game winning streak snapped by Portland Pilots

Sheldon Kohatsu

February 22, 2015

After scoring a combined 19 runs in the previous two games against the University of Portland, Sacramento State baseball was held scoreless snapping its six game-winning streak with a 2-0 loss.The Hornets did not look like their normal fiery team on the windy day at John Smith Field and were unable t...

Baseball puts on an offense clinic in 12-2 win against Portland

Kevin L. Shepherd

February 21, 2015

Chris Lewis blasted a pair of two-run home runs in Sacramento State baseball's 12-2 victory over the visiting University of Portland Pilots, allowing the Hornets to sweep Saturday’s doubleheader.Sac State won the first game of the doubleheader 7-2. This sweep moved the Hornets to 6-1 on the season by...

Baseball’s pitching staff anchors the squad

Baseball’s pitching staff anchors the squad

Kevin L. Shepherd

February 17, 2015

Armed with a lot of potential, the 2015 Sacramento State baseball team’s pitching staff aims to pitch the Hornets into contention by continuing an impressive run of stellar production.This year’s team is following a 2014 squad which broke program records in team ERA, opposing batting average and ...

Sac State baseball wins first game of the season against Utah, 10-3

Sac State baseball wins first game of the season against Utah, 10-3

Kevin L. Shepherd

February 14, 2015

The Sacramento State baseball team used a complete offensive attack and a strong start from starting pitcher Sam Long to beat the visiting University of Utah Utes 10-3 Saturday, Feb. 14.Long pitched five scoreless innings, settling down after walking the first batter of the game to pick up the win....

Baseball excited to compete in 2015

Mike McGough

October 14, 2014

Sacramento State’s baseball program has announced its schedule for its upcoming 2015 season.The Division I team went 40-24 in a 64-game 2014 regular season before becoming Western Athletic Conference (WAC) champions. The team is slated to play in 56 games, not including potential playoff and tournamen...

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