The State Hornet

Hornets lose 3-1 in semifinal

Karah Butac

November 6, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team lost 3-1 against Northern Colorado on Friday, ending their appearance in the semifinals of the Big Sky Conference Tournament in Moscow, Idaho. Head coach Randy Dedini is proud of his team and its performance. “I am disappointed that we lost, but I ...

Women’s soccer advances in Big Sky Tournament

Sacramento State forward Kayla Collins drives the ball past Abby Klinkenberg of Eastern Washington on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015 in Moscow, Idaho. Collins had two goals in the Hornets' 3-1 Big Sky Conference Tournament quarterfinal victory. 

Karah Butac

November 5, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team will be advancing in the Big Sky Tournament after defeating Eastern Washington 3-1 Thursday morning. Sophomore forward Kayla Collins led the Hornets with two goals and one assist. In the ninth minute junior forward Jennifer Lum scored for the firs...

Overtime win sends Hornets to conference tournament

Karah Butac

October 30, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team has qualified for the Big Sky Conference Tournament after defeating Portland State 2-1 Friday afternoon. Sophomore forward Kayla Collins scored the golden goal in the 98th minute in overtime. “Going into overtime I got this new burst of energy,” ...

Women’s soccer loses road game 1-0

Karah Butac

October 25, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team was defeated 1-0 Sunday afternoon by the University of Montana. The only goal came in the 43rd minute by redshirt sophomore forward Aspen Peifer. The Hornets' overall season record is 6-11 and 4-5 in the Big Sky. Montana's record is 8-9-2 and 5-4-1 in t...

Women’s soccer shutout North Dakota in 2-0 victory

Christopher Bullock

October 18, 2015

Playing their earliest game of the season with a 10:30 a.m. start time, you couldn't really blame the Sacramento State women's soccer team if they started off slow in Sunday's game against the University of North Dakota. Sac State (6-10-0, 4-4-0 in the Big Sky Conference), however, didn't use th...

Women’s soccer earns first conference road win

Karah Butac

October 11, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team got their first conference road win against Idaho State University 3-2 on Sunday. Idaho State outshot the Hornets 20-16 and had the advantage for shots on goal at 10-5. In the 28th minute, Sac State junior forward Kassidy Kellogg scored the first goal of the...

Women’s soccer loses third straight

Karah Butac

October 10, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team continued their struggles on the road losing to Weber State University 4-2 on Friday. In the Big Sky Conference Sac State is 2-3, and overall they are 4-9. Sac State outshot Weber State 18-16, but the Wildcats had the shot on goal advantage at 8-7. ...

Hornets take first Big Sky loss

Sacramento State defender Hadyn Gabbert dribbles the ball away from the Southern Utah University offense on Sunday Sep, 27th, 2015 Hornet Field. The Hornets won the game 4-1. 

Karah Butac

October 2, 2015

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team had their first conference loss 3-1 against Eastern Washington University on Friday afternoon. Eastern Washington took a quick 3-0 lead and the Hornets scored their first goal in the 88th minute. The Hornets' only goal came from redshirt junior Aly...

Collins strikes overtime game-winner

Jeremiah Martinez

September 25, 2015

After a scoreless game in regulation forced overtime, Sacramento State women’s soccer was victorious with a Kayla Collins goal in the 98th minute of play against Northern Arizona University on Friday evening.It was Collins' third goal of the season, as the Hornets started 1-0 in Big Sky Conference play aga...

Women’s soccer loses 1-0 at Nevada

Midfielder Jennifer Lum dribbles the ball towards the goal against Fresno State. Lum had two shots on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 at Hornet Field.

Karah Butac

September 18, 2015

The Sacramento State women's soccer team was defeated by the University of Nevada by a 1-0 score on Friday evening.Nevada scored in the first five minutes, and the Hornets were never able to recover. That was the only shot on goal in the first half for both teams. By the end of the game Sac State tot...

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