The State Hornet

Implementation of designated bike lanes will greatly improve pedestrian and biker safety

State Hornet Staff

April 1, 2014

Sacramento State’s campus is not exactly the most bike-friendly CSU campus, but some changes in policy may greatly improve this issue. As of 2007, a university policy prohibited students from using wheeled devices on main walkways, ramps, etc. as well as stairs and parking areas. The problem with this...

San Jose State hands Sac State football its first shutout loss since 2007

San Jose Spartan Sean Linton, left, intercepts a pass thrown to State Hornet Shane Harrison, right, during their Thursday night game in Spartan Stadium.

State Hornet Staff

August 30, 2013

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Sacramento State football started out the 2013 season with something it hasn’t done in six years.For the first time since 2007, the Hornets were shut out as they lost to San Jose State 24-0 in front of a crowd of 13,136 at Spartan Stadium.It also marks the second straight season...

13-straight save streak ended as McLoughlin cannot shut down SJSU

Hornet freshman pitcher Sutter McLoughlin gave up three runs in the top of the ninth inning as the Hornets lost, 8-6 Saturday at John Smith Field .

State Hornet Staff

May 12, 2013

Time after time, Sacramento State’s bullpen has closed out games in the late innings, but Saturday against San Jose State was another story.The pitching combination of senior Brandon Creel and freshman closer Sutter McLoughlin gave up five runs in three innings to see a once three-run lead transfo...