Sacramento State men’s basketball received four new players for its 2014-15 roster that looks to improve on the success it made last season.
Sacramento State softball hitting coach Danielle Kaminaka helped the Hornets hit their way into a Big Sky Conference race for first place, and a right to host the conference tournament.
At the beginning of the season, not many would have predicted that the Sacramento State women’s tennis team would finish third place in conference, let alone drop three matches to Big Sky teams.
Sacramento State softball head coach Lori Perez announced on April 16, a fourth player will join the Hornets for the 2015 season.
Junior gymnast Kalliah McCartney became the first ever gymnast to represent Sacramento State on a national level at the NCAA Championships, Friday afternoon in Birmingham, Ala.
Sacramento State women’s golf finished the Big Sky Championship in second place on Tuesday, following the conclusion of the final round at Ocotillo Golf Club in Chandler, Ariz.
Sacramento State was down early against No.4 Oregon State Monday, but a strong effort out of the bullpen, combined with clutch hitting, helped the Hornets upset the Beavers at Raley Field.
Led by junior Owen Taylor, the Sacramento State men’s golf team finished the El Macero Classic in fifth place on Sunday.
The Sacramento State women’s sand volleyball team played its final two matches of the season Saturday.
Three seniors and one junior left Shea Stadium with their heads lifted high as Sacramento State softball completed its three-game sweep over Portland State on Saturday. In front of 222 fans, seniors, pitcher Taylor Stroud, catcher Paris Prado...