Gator volleyball rallies with new coach

September 4, 2013 Sports

[HTML1] Team chemistry is the first priority for new volleyball Head Coach Jill Muhe. Muhe looks to lead the mix of newcomers and returners to another winning season. The team finished last year with a 21-9 record overall and a 16-6 record in conference. The Gators’ season ended on a 2-3 loss to No. 20-ranked ...

Interim athletic director takes over in wake of turmoil

August 28, 2013 Sports 1 Comment

After 28 years as an SF State official, Athletic Director Michael J. Simpson’s retirement came near a month after controversy arose in the athletic department. Bill Nepfel, associate director of Athletics for Compliance, became interim athletic director after announcement of Simpson’s retirement on July 2. “(Simpson’s) decision to retire was in the best interest of ...

Protest breaks out after arrests at SF State

May 16, 2013 News 131 Comments

Editor’s Note: There is some graphic content in the videos posted in this article [HTML2] [HTML1] Videos courtesy of Nick Morris and Natasha [HTML3] Several non-residents were arrested and forcefully removed from Mary Ward Hall at SF State this evening after a fire alarm was set off in the dorm. At around 7:30 p.m. residential advisers ...

Gators basketball advances in CCAA playoffs

March 5, 2013 Sports

[HTML1] The SF State men’s basketball team routed Cal State Los Angeles 57-47 to move to the next round of the playoffs in front of its largest crowd of the season. The estimated 759 in attendance cheered as the Gators only shot 37.5 percent from the field but were able to hold the Golden Eagles ...

Big wins for San Francisco sparks city spirit

January 31, 2013 Life Opinion Sports

On 24th and Castro streets sits a bar called Valley Tavern. This is where I spent my Sunday afternoon Jan. 20. When I arrived, there were 10 to 20 people waiting outside — squinting through the windows to catch a glimpse of the TVs. After 15 minutes of waiting, I finally stepped into a sea ...