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Sac State Morning Call: It’s Signing Day Edition

Feb 1, 2012
Sac State Morning Call: It’s Signing Day Edition

What is it about signing day that makes football fans so giddy? Is it the one day that you can get affirmation that your school has worth because some kids picked it? Or is it the joy of having a day in the middle of winter where college football still matters. Regardless, we’ve got...

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Women’s tennis unsuccessful in Tempe

Feb 1, 2012

The Sacramento State women's tennis team opened their season this past weekend, playing against the University of Southern California on Saturday and Texas Tech on Sunday in Tempe, Ariz. They lost to both teams and dropping to No. 48 in ...

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Early results show improved performance for track and field

Feb 1, 2012

Coming off a clean sweep of last year's conference crowns, Sacramento State's Director of Track and Field/head coach Kathleen Raske would like the fans to know one thing: these Hornets are hungry for another title. With a strong sh...

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Rowing reveals keys for successful season

Feb 1, 2012

Sacramento State's women's rowing ended last season by earning a gold, silver and bronze medal at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships. The varsity eight won the bronze and set a new school record for fastes...

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Big Sky Conference reaches deal to broadcast on DirecTV

Feb 1, 2012

The Big Sky Conference will be changing its official TV partner and home for Big Sky football and men's basketball from Altitude Sports to ROOT SPORTS networks starting this summer. The five-year deal was made with DirecTV Sports Networ...

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Sacramento State athletes reveal their favorite video games

Feb 1, 2012

Jordan Estrada - Basketball guard For junior guard Jordan Estrada, the name is Bond, James Bond when he is playing the newly redefined first-person shooter "007: GoldenEye Reloaded." A remake from the original first-person shooter...

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Practice makes perfect for Sac State gymnastics team this spring

Hornets' gymnastics head coach Kim Hughes said the team needs to make improvements on minor problems and emulate excellence in practice routines and in competition to further advance in the Western Athletic Conference. The Hornets place...

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College recruiting is more than the best available athlete

Jan 31, 2012
College recruiting is more than the best available athlete

Letters-of-intent signings are more than just getting the best athlete. It’s the getting the athlete fits the coach’s program. Photo courtesy Flickr.com. By Bryan Metcalf, SacStateSports.com Staff Writer It seems a simple enough concept to anyone who has played Dynasty mode on EA Sports NCAA Football. When recruiting season comes around you try to...

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SacStateSports To Offer Signing Day Coverage All Day Wednesday

Jan 31, 2012
SacStateSports To Offer Signing Day Coverage All Day Wednesday

By Bill Bradley, SacStateSports.com Editor Come back to SacStateSports.com frequently on Wednesday for coverage of Sacramento State’s football signing day. After the Morning Call, you’ll see updates about the new Hornets soon after his letter of intent clears the Sac State compliance officer. Football beat writer Kyle Madson will have his vitals, high school...

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Women’s basketball trounced at NAU

Jan 31, 2012

Sacramento State's women's basketball team failed to put together a road winning streak after getting crushed by Northern Arizona 94-56 Saturday in Flagstaff. Coming off a victory against Weber State Thursday, the Hornets were dism...



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