The State Hornet

Women’s basketball just shy of pulling off an upset over USC

Jordan Santos

December 14, 2014

The Sacramento State women’s basketball team (1-8) lost 101-99 in a game that came down to the wire against USC (7-2) on Sunday afternoon. Their loss wraps up the Hornets’ four-game road trip against Pac-12 competition.“It’s an opportunity of a lifetime for a team to go test themselves again...

What the Heck? Is with school spirit?

James Heck

October 2, 2012

When it comes to school participation at sporting events at Sacramento State, it is not the buzz of hornets I hear – it is the sound of crickets. I think a major problem with the lack of school participation in sports is the scarce advertising of games. Sure, there is often a large sign promoting a...

Water polo program absent as school neglects current pool

State Hornet Staff

September 18, 2012

When Sacramento State students think of the aquatics program, they often picture the rowing team floating down the American river in perfect unison or the fun summer days spent at the university’s aquatic center at Lake Natomas; popular water sports such as swimming, diving and water polo are widely ...

NCAA only has itself to blame for corruption

Dante Geoffrey

September 13, 2011

The past few years have seen a multitude of A-list college football stars get stripped of accolades and respect. Reggie Bush was stripped of his Heisman Trophy (though he still has not returned it), University of Southern California was prohibited from Bowl games, Jim Tressel was fired from Ohio State...

ASI president competes in digital debate

Sean Keister

May 6, 2011

Associated Students Inc. President Terry Martin came in second place at the first-ever totally digital debate last week. The debate, part of the Annenberg Digital Debates, was hosted by the University of Southern California. It was the first intercollegiate debate tournament to be conducted entirely via...