The State Hornet
Hornets preparing for the NCAA Division I Cross Country West Regional

After a disappointing race at the Big Sky Conference Cross Country Championships in North Dakota, Sacramento State’s team hopes for a bounce back performance when they race Friday at the NCAA Division I Cross Country West Regional, hosted by Stanford.

The State Hornet
Preparations have started for Hornet Racing’s competition next year

Hornet Racing competes in one competition per year in June against other universities from various parts of the world.

The State Hornet
Rowing excited for new conference competition

This upcoming season, women's rowing will make the transition competing from Conference USA to competing in the American Athletic Conference.

The State Hornet
Sacramento State will be hosting March Madness 2017

Nov 24, 2014

The first and second rounds of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament will be taking place in Sacramento, California in the city’s new Entertainment and Sports Center in 2017. The decision to host it was led by Sacramento State University, the Sacramento Sports Commission and the Sacramento Kings.

Game to 100
Wanted: a soul-tracking GPS device

Nov 24, 2014

My portable GPS device seemed to know where I was even I didn’t. All I could see were the lights from other cars in the blackness of the night. I was tired and tense. I wanted to get myself, my … Continue reading

Kings start sluggish, finish strong in 113-101 victory over Minnesota

Nov 22, 2014
Kings start sluggish, finish strong in 113-101 victory over Minnesota

Once again the Sacramento Kings faced the same song and dance they had just nearly two weeks ago. Coming off a week that saw them win back to back home games, the Kings returned to the road to face Flip Saunders and his young, athletic bunch of Minnesota Timberwolves. The first time around resulted...

The State Hornet
Football defeats UC Davis 41-30 in 61st Annual Causeway Classic

The Sacramento State football season came to a close Saturday, as the Hornets defeated UC Davis by a final score of 41-30 in the 61st Causeway Classic. It was Sac State’s first victory in the annual series since the 2009 season.


Rio Linda Online
Burden Takes Control as Knights Roll

Nov 22, 2014

It wasn’t hard to figure out that the (#2 seed and Valley Oak league co-champion) Sierra-Manteca...

NorCal Tennis Czar
Aussie Millman bounces back from despair

Nov 22, 2014
Aussie Millman bounces back from despair

John Millman follows through on a forehand during his
second-round win over Dimitar Kutrovsky in the recent
Sacramento Challenger. Photos by Paul Bauman
   Eventually, every struggling professional tennis player -- i.e. the vast majority of them -- asks himself or herself a profound question.
   Is it worth it?

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Monterey Trail Outruns The Bears, 51-45

A text from Monterey Trail’s offensive coordinator Rick Arcuri to the Citizen moments after the 12th –seeded Mustangs defeated the 4th-seeded Merced Bears on Friday night in the second round of the Sac-Joaquin Section football playoffs: “Monterey Trail 51-45, football heaven, practice on Thanksgiving.”

A few moments later while riding on a joyous team bus,...

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