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Study abroad – cheap or expensive?

Study abroad – cheap or expensive?

Eva Hoch

September 19, 2016

For years, many Sacramento State students have thought that studying abroad anywhere in the world is only available to those who have a stable financial background. What they didn’t know is that Hornets studying abroad pay the same tuition and receive the same grants as they would here in the U.S...

How to conquer your wanderlust, even if you’re broke

Brittney Christ

September 2, 2015

Do you ever feel that you were born to travel?According to Elite Daily, "there are some people who never feel the urge to leave the house. They are content to stay in the city they were [born and raised in], the couch they sit on, and the 360 degrees that immediately surround them. Then there’s the re...

Men’s hoops life on the road

Men’s hoops life on the road

Gabe Pacheco

February 26, 2013

Whether it’s on the road by bus or flying 30,000 feet in the sky, the physical and mental aspects of traveling can often be compared to as a rollercoaster ride for many sports athletes. For the Sacramento State men’s basketball team, there is no exception. Having accumulated an estimated 16,934 miles on t...

Buzz of the Crowd: Hornets seek advantage with offensive coordinator

State Hornet Staff

October 2, 2012

Every team seeks an edge against the competition, be it through scouting, recruiting or special training regiments. Sacramento State is no exception to this rule.This week, the Hornets will travel to Southern Utah University for their second straight Big Sky Conference road game and no one knows the Thunderbird...

Women’s soccer is shutout in Northern Colorado

Women’s soccer is shutout in Northern Colorado

Sammie Thach

September 23, 2012

Although Sacramento State’s Women’s soccer team was hoping for a win, it was not enough to defeat Northern Colorado on its home field, losing 0-2. “We were playing hard, we were playing with a lot of heart, but our brains just seemed like we were turned off and our shape was bad,” said Sac S...

Volleyball takes a four-set loss to conference opponent Southern Utah

Volleyball takes a four-set loss to conference opponent Southern Utah

James Heck

September 22, 2012

The Sacramento State women’s volleyball team suffered its third consecutive loss to a Big Sky conference opponent today when it traveled to Centrum Arena to take on Southern Utah. The Hornets now have a record of 5-8 overall and 1-3 in the Big Sky with the other conference losses coming from Portla...

Football redshirts wait for their time to play

Football redshirts wait for their time to play

State Hornet Staff

September 13, 2012

Wide receiver Kyle Roberts dresses for every Sacramento State football practice lifting weights, attending meetings and participating in every drill.But when the time comes to board the plane for an away game, he will stay back in Sacramento.That is the life of a redshirt freshman.Last season, Rober...

Buzz of the Crowd: What big wins mean for small college teams

State Hornet Staff

September 11, 2012

College football starts off the same way every season: Most big NCAA football programs play smaller schools and cruise to a commanding victory. Oregon State and the University of Colorado are no exceptions to this rule. During the past decade, the two teams have hosted schools with smaller football programs lik...

Men’s soccer defeats San Diego in overtime

Men’s soccer defeats San Diego in overtime

State Hornet Staff

September 4, 2012

With a diving goal by Matt Linenberger less than two minutes into overtime, Sacramento State Men’s soccer team defeated the University of San Diego 2-1 on Friday at Hornet Field during the team’s home opener. With the majority of the game defined by 24 fouls and five yellow cards, the Hornets were the fi...

Matt Linenberger makes game-winning goal at home opener in overtime

Matt Linenberger makes game-winning goal at home opener in overtime

Rudy Saenz

September 1, 2012

Due to a diving goal by senior Matt Linenberger in overtime, the Sacramento State men’s soccer team defeated the University of San Diego 2-1 Friday at Hornet Field during the team’s home opener. The majority of the game was defined by penalties with 24 fouls and five yellow cards, but the Hornets were...