The State Hornet

Berlioux, Powell earn back-to-back Big Sky Conference honors

Jessica Plasencia

May 4, 2015

Two Hornets have set themselves apart from the rest of their conference competition this season by combining to win four Big Sky Conference Track Athlete of the Week honors this outdoor season.Chloe Berlioux, 22, earned her second Big Sky Athlete of the Week award on Tuesday, April 28. She won it for her...

No. 52 University of Washington defeats Sac State women’s tennis 6-1

State Hornet Staff

February 21, 2015

In the women's first road match in Seattle, Washington this weekend, the Sacramento State women's tennis team was downed, 6-1, by No. 52 ranked University of Washington on Saturday morning.The women's lone point came from a stellar performance by the Hornets' current No. 1 singles player, Alina Soltan...

Hornet men struggled in the Husky Invitational

by Aaron Asmus

September 23, 2014

Sacramento State men’s golf struggled in Washington, coming in last place behind Seattle by 12 strokes at the Husky Invitational.Luke Kristo, Robert Parden and Taylor Knoll were the top scorers for the Hornets and finished within three strokes of each other. They shot a total of 227, 228, and 229 ...

Women’s tennis comes up short against Washington

Patricia Carpenter

March 3, 2014

The Hornets were handed their fifth tiebreaker loss this season against No. 24 University of Washington 4-3, in Seattle, Sunday. Sac State women’s tennis squad was one point away from defeating a ranked opponent for the third time this year.In singles action, Hornets sophomore Jennifer Nguyen faced t...

California stands to benefit from legalizing weed

California stands to benefit from legalizing weed

Jaime Carrillo

September 17, 2013

The U.S. Department of Justice ruled Aug. 29 that it would not interfere with recent laws in Washington and Colorado that would allow for the sale and taxation of recreational pot. Now is the time for California to jump on the “legalize it” bandwagon.The federal government infringing on states’ rights...

Byers and Rea lead cross country in NCAA West Regional competition

Byers and Rea lead cross country in NCAA West Regional competition

James Heck

November 10, 2012

The Sacramento State men’s cross country team finished 18th and the women’s team did not score today at the NCAA West Regional in Seattle. Reesey Byers led the men’s team with a 42nd place finish with a time of 30:28.34 over the 10k course. Byers’ time is ranked as the third highest in school his...

Persson sinks a hole-in-one to lead women’s golf in season opener

Persson sinks a hole-in-one to lead women's golf in season opener

State Hornet Staff

September 26, 2012

Junior transfer Lisa Persson made her way into the Sacramento State record books this past weekend with a hole-in-one to start the 2012 season.The shot came in the final round on the par-3 sixth hole at the WSU Cougar Cup in Pullman, Wash., Tuesday.This was the first hole-in-one by any golfer since the...

Volleyball teammates aid each other in team’s season success

State Hornet Staff

September 19, 2012

Jessie Genger and Kayla Beal are two of the Sacramento State women’s volleyball team leaders that are enjoying every minute of their time on the court, but they look forward to a bright future off the court. Both players have been major contributors to the team early in the season, but they have taken v...

Indoor track places high at Washington Invit. over weekend

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David Somers

January 30, 2012

Senior Baiba Celma and junior Jesse Elvrom led the way for Sacramento State's indoor track and field teams by finishing in the top 10 at the University of Washington Invitational this past Friday and Saturday. Celma's 3,456-point performance landed her at seventh overall in the pentathlon and helped her m...