The Gators hockey club played some of its best hockey of the season against San Jose State University Friday night, but an inability to play consistently ultimately cost them in a 15-3 loss to their South Bay rivals in Oakland.
The Spartans notched their first goal
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="600"] Gators goalkeeper Cillian Variot traps the puck during match against Stanford Cardinal in Redwood City Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014. The Gators lost 21-5. Martin Bustamante/Xpress.[/caption]
SF State's best hope at skating to its first win of the season got derailed Saturday night,
The Gators’ hockey season continued its downward spiral after suffering a 21-3 trouncing at the hands of the UC Davis Aggies in Oakland Friday night.
It was the team’s fifth-straight loss and the second blowout suffered at the hands of a strong Aggies squad in less
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="600"] San Francisco Giants fans celebrate their 2014 World Series victory in the Civic Center Plaza outside of city hall Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. Eric Gorman/Xpress.[/caption]
The weather let up and the crowd thickened in the afternoon, where five Jumbotrons broadcasted from beyond
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Howard "Crazy Legs" Rowe holds up his hat in honor of the performance of "God Bless America" during Game 7 of the World Series in the Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco, Calif. Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. Eric Gorman/Xpress.[/caption]
For the third
Fans in the downtown area of San Francisco upheld their tradition of marching from the Civic Center down towards the Embarcadero shortly after the Giants took their third World Series victory in five years. Certainly wary of how out of control past World Series celebrations
Converging upon Civic Center in downtown San Francisco to watch the Giants clinch a World Series victory has become an every-year tradition for fans, but Tuesday night marked the first time thousands of orange and black faithful departed disappointed after watching their team collapse at
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Gator Michael Parra, #88, looks to Corey Bemis, #96 to pass the puck at the Oakland Ice Center, home of the SF State Gators, in Oakland, Calif., on Friday October 24, 2014. The Gators lost to the Spartans 12-0. Daniel Porter/Xpress.[/caption]
Classes at SF State weren’t cancelled Tuesday night, but they probably thinned out a little bit as Giants fans poured into The Pub on campus to watch the Giants take down the Royals in Game 1 of the World Series 7-1.
With all seats taken long
The SF State Gators Hockey Club drops the puck on its sophomore season in the Pacific Collegiate Hockey Association on Sept. 27, hoping to make the playoffs for the first time.
The road to glory won't be an easy one to trek, however. Between the opening
Penalties, breakdowns and injuries left a mark on the SF State Gators’ 14-3 season-opening loss to the SJSU Spartans at Sharks Ice in Fremont Saturday night.
“It was a bad beat,” Coach Kevin Barlow said following the game. “We’re a new team. We’ve only had four
They are SF State’s only Division-I representatives. In 2012, they enjoyed their first undefeated season. On Saturday, they finished fourth in the grueling Pac West Sevens Tournament at Sacramento State, bringing home the Shield award.
They are the Gators Rugby Football Club, and to date, their
Despite putting on a strong offensive front in the first period of their match, it took an equalizer and 48 minutes of stout defense from the SF State men’s soccer team to earn a 1-1 draw with Notre Dame de Namur Friday.
The first 45 minutes
The NFL is my heroin, and I got started on football early. Fandom is a genetic disease, and mine started a lot like yours probably did. Maybe your brother gave you your first hit at the Oakland Coliseum. Maybe it was with some cousins at
SF State’s ultimate Frisbee team took the field earlier this month, preparing to improve on its winless season from a year ago.
Veteran players from the Turnips ultimate Frisbee team said its roster quickly filled out with students hoping to stay active without dealing with the
After dabbling in a little figure skating at nine years old, Emily Wilburn traded in her leotard for pads, joined the youth hockey club in her hometown of Stockton, Calif. and immediately dove in.
“I did a little figure skating when I was really little, but
Equipped with a new coaching staff and a slew of both new and returning talent, the SF State Gators Hockey Club looks to take big strides forward in its second full season.
[caption id="attachment_59443" align="alignnone" width="640"] Coach Ryan Papazian addresses the SF State hockey team during
Many of us living in the Bay Area have a peaceful stroll along the beach, but few of us have done it with such purpose. Brenton Bostwick, an artist from Marin County, has taken California coastline strolls and turned it into an art.
Growing up, Bostwick