After practically living in their practice and game uniforms for an entire season, SF State student athletes got to dress up and put on their best for the end of the year Student Athlete Banquet.
Held Tuesday night, laughter and excitement filled the air as athletes
The Gators (19-20) kept their postseason hopes alive as they beat the University of Hawaii at Hilo (7-31) 11-4 in a game dominated by their offense.
The Vulcans didn't stand a chance as they committed three errors while the Gators rallied for 16 hits. Gator first
Under new head coach Tony Schifano, the Gators are off to a solid 16-17 start, but must keep their foot on the gas as they look to make a push into the postseason with an underwhelming 9-13 conference record.
The Gators started out the season strong,
The Gators weren't able to hang with the Stockton Ports at Banner Island Ballpark, an Oakland Athletics affiliate Single-A team, as they lost 8-1 in an exhibition game on Wednesday before the Ports season opener on Thursday.
Although SF State only scored one run, the coaches
The Gators are on a four-game winning streak and have a winning record after they trounced the Cal State East Bay Pioneers 14-3.
The Gators' bats came to life as they went on a hitting spree to the tune of 23 hits. Most of those hits
Gators' starting guard Warren Jackson is a team player, but his talent keeps attracting end-of-season individual awards.
Before SF State, the Detroit product played for the Cabrillo College Seahawks, a community college team located in Aptos, California, and in 2013 he was named the Most Valuable Player
The wrestling program ended its season Friday with two national qualifiers competing in the Division II National Championships in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Junior Sam Alnassiri went 1-2, grabbing the 12th spot in his weight class, while Fern Giron lost both of his matches.
For the 53rd year in a row, the SF State wrestling program is sending a wrestler to nationals. Junior Sam Alnassiri and true freshman Fern Giron will be representing SF State at the NCAA Division ll National Championship in Sioux Falls, South Dakota March 11-12.
After 10 years in minor league baseball, nine of which he played in the San Francisco Giants’ minor league system, new SF State assistant baseball coach Tyler LaTorre is thrilled to begin a career in coaching.
Just last March, LaTorre signed a one-year contract with the
SF State (7-5) fell to 1-5 in conference games after suffering a 73-48 loss to University of California, San Diego (11-2). The 25 point differential is the Gators biggest loss of the season.
The Gators shot 27 percent from the field and 24 percent from the
SF State (4-8) never stood a chance as University of California, San Diego (11-2) cruised to a 93-34 victory, nearly tripling the Gators score. The lead only changed once and the Tritons never gave it back.
“We didn’t talk on defense, that’s how they got open
The SF State women's basketball team (3-4) fell to California State University, Stanislaus (6-2) 61-54, after being unable to overcome a huge first half by the Warriors Saturday, Dec. 5.
Warrior point guard Alysa Valentine scored a game-high 28 points on 8-9 shooting from 3-point range.
Trailing 46-47 to California State University, Chico with six seconds left, SF State’s Tatsiana Dashkevich had three free throws to take the lead after being fouled on a 3-point attempt.
During a televised game, in front of the largest home crowd of the year, Dashkevich made all three
Last year it took the Gators 24 games to get a win, this year it only took three. The women’s basketball team ended a two game skid tonight and improved their record to 1-2 with a 67-63 win over Notre Dame de Namur University.
Since trading in their Rollerblades for ice skates and beginning to play competitively, the progress of SF State Ice Hockey has been spearheaded by its president and most senior member, Matthew Gold.
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="560"] Ice Hockey at SF State president Matthew Gold during practice
The women’s basketball team opened the preseason with a 69-65 win over visiting Menlo College Thursday, Nov. 5, but not without some late-game drama.
With under a minute left in regulation and leading by only five points, the Gators had three chances to inbound the ball
After the mass exodus of players from a roster that mustered only one win last season, the SF State women's basketball team plans to erase 2014 from the University's memory.
“It’s been a long time since I’ve been this optimistic about a team,” said head coach Dennis Cox at the Winter
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="640"] SF State Gators wrestler Jordan Gurrola (left), head coach Lars Jensen (center) and wrestler Johnny Costa answer questions in the press room of the Gymnasium building Wednesday, Oct. 28. (David Henry / Xpress)[/caption]
Coaches and players from SF State’s three winter sports
Pushing sleds, tackling bags and yelling at the top of their lungs on the turf field of the West Campus Green, SF State’s rugby players practiced hard to bounce back from last season, in which they failed to notch a single victory.
“Last season was a