Now that Sacramento State’s debut sand volleyball season has come to an end, the coaches and players are ready and willing to pass on their newfound knowledge of the sport to young hopefuls.
As Sacramento State’s women’s rowing team prepares to travel to Philadelphia for its final stand off in the 75th annual Dad Vail Regatta, some of the rowers deem this season as an overall success.
Sacramento State’s sand volleyball was a new concept for many of the members from the women’s volleyball team this semester, but juniors Katie Aprile and Kayla Beal took the sport in stride.
The Hornet women’s crew earned gold and silver grand final medals in their last appearance at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association this weekend at Lake Natoma.
The Sacramento State women’s rowing team is participating in its last Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship this weekend before the transition into NCAA-recognized Conference USA.
The Sacramento State sand volleyball team fell short in its only two away matches of the season against University of San Francisco (3-2) and Stanford (4-1) on Sunday.
The second and final day of the Lake Natoma Invitational resulted in USC coming out on top against eight crews on Sunday while Sacramento State placed ninth.
An athlete since the age of 4 and throughout high school, Sacramento State’s junior rower Erika Busch didn’t expect to continue a life that revolved around sports - but she wouldn’t trade it for anything.
Sacramento State’s sand volleyball team defeated UC Berkeley 3-2 in the last home game on Saturday afternoon.
Sacramento State’s women’s rowing team finished the 40th annual, two-day San Diego Crew Classic on a high note Sunday by taking first place in the collegiate varsity eight petite final.