March Madness has come and gone. The nets were cut down, the Cinderella stories were told, brackets busted, and Villanova was crowned as the kings of the NCAA.
What if someone told you that Sacramento State has a nationally ranked athletic program on its campus?
Sacramento State's baseball team took its second victory of the year against Nevada, 7-2, on Tuesday in Reno.
The Sacramento State softball team crushed non-conference foe Santa Clara on Wednesday afternoon, finishing the Bears off by a final score of 9-0 in just five innings.
On a Saturday filled with light rain showers, the Sacramento State beach volleyball team dropped a pair of matches to CSU Bakersfield (3-12) and San Jose State (7-10) at Livermore Park in Folsom.
Sacramento State's baseball team dropped its first Western Athletic Conference game as the Hornets fell to CSU Bakersfield 4-3 on Saturday afternoon.
Sacramento State’s softball team capped off its three-game road trip with a win against Northern Colorado 4-1, finishing the sweep and putting the Hornets in sole possession of first place in the Big Sky Conference.
The Sacramento State softball team swept Big Sky Conference foe Northern Colorado in a Friday doubleheader on the road, winning by scores of 11-7 in the first game and 8-5 in the second.
Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 has helped provide an avenue for female college students to be more involved in NCAA-sanctioned sports.
Fresh off a 13-game homestand, the Sacramento State baseball team lost to Fresno State 7-5 Wednesday evening at Pete Beiden Field in Fresno.