The NFL has proven itself to be a hard-hitting sport both on and off the field. Just as viewers have become accustomed to the innate aggression of the game, they have also become all-too complacent with the frequency of sexual assault and domestic violence allegations
The Women in Sports Symposium held at SF State was a jump-start to Women’s History Month, emphasizing the role of women in the sports field.
[caption id="attachment_76273" align="alignleft" width="287"] CSN Bay Area anchor Kelli Johnson speaks to the crowd at the CSN Bay Area Tomboy Symposium
SF State men’s basketball hit a bump in their road to the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball West Regional, but they still have a shot in the game.
The Gators faced-off against number 1 seeded University of California, San Diego Tritons in the championship game
Last weekend proved memorable for sports, both nationally and locally. Super Bowl LI broke at least 30 records, including being the first Super Bowl in history to go into overtime, and SF State men’s basketball head coach Paul Trevor had his 100th career win in his
Every sports team goes through growing pains, as seen by the Bay Area’s own Golden State Warriors. During their 2011-2012 season, the Warriors made the instrumental trade of Monta Ellis for Andrew Bogut, a move that would pave the road to success for the team
SF State men’s wrestling coach Lars Jensen and assistant coach Isaiah Jimenez donned fresh Hawaiian leis around their necks as they cheered and yelled directions to their wrestlers during the team’s home opener of 2017, on Friday afternoon at SF State.
In a back-to-back match up,
It was a girl’s night out and junior Allie Arsiniega was owning the dance floor when she dropped her phone, and before she could retrieve it, two men grabbed it and ran off.
Most people would be consumed with anger or frustration, letting such a moment
In high school, I never really fit in. I had friends, but I never truly felt like I belonged to a certain group. Even though I am African-American, I never fit in with the Black girls at school because I was told I wasn’t “Black
SF State cross country runner Kenny Trejo has had a successful career as a Gator, but as his final season of cross country comes to a close, he is focusing on his ultimate goal of finishing his major in industrial design.
Although Trejo’s major and athletic
The Gators overpowered the CSU East Bay Pioneers in their second to last game of the season yesterday at Cox Stadium, winning with a score of 6-1 in what proved to be their highest scoring game of the season.
“From the beginning it was strong, we
“We have some bad hombres here and we’re going to get them out,” republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said during the third and final presidential debate Wednesday night in Las Vegas, NV.
Trump’s use of the word hombre, which is the Spanish word for man, marked
College athletes have joined the ranks of many professional athletes speaking out against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent “locker room talk.”
On Sunday, a letter from the Amherst College men’s soccer team in Massachusetts was published denouncing Trump’s idea of what is discussed amongst athletes
It was a battle between two San Francisco-based teams as Gator men’s cross country team once again fell second to Academy of Art University on Friday at the 30th Annual SF State Invitational in Golden Gate Park.
As the Blue Angels flew over Speedway Meadow, the
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[media-credit name="Kin Lee" align="alignleft" width="398"][/media-credit] SF State Gator’s senior Benji Preciado run during the 30th Annual SF State Invite at Golden Gate Park’s Speedway Meadow on Friday, Oct 7, 2016. (Perng-chih Huang/Xpress)[/caption]
Growing up in the small Southern California city of Placentia, Benji
With Runner’s World magazine recently ranking San Francisco the number one city to run in America, it is no wonder why there have been an increase of organized runs throughout the Bay Area.
“I never thought that running would become such a big thing,” SF State
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[media-credit name="Kin Lee" align="alignleft" width="325"][/media-credit] SF State Gators' junior Jordan Linsky jumps off the ground to stretch before the first race of the season at Hellman Hollow Meadow in Golden Gate Park on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2015.[/caption]
The SF State women’s cross country
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[media-credit name="Kin Lee" align="alignright" width="444"][/media-credit] SF State Gators' junior Drew Feldman (right) shakes hands with Saint Mary's College junior Noah McDermott (left) after the 7250 meter race at Hellman Hallow Meadow in Golden Gate Park on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016.[/caption]
The SF State
[caption id="attachment_73122" align="alignleft" width="518"] Drew Feldman, a member of the SF State Men’s Cross Country team (right) looks at one of his teammate’s smartphone while eating lunch in the bottom floor of the Cesar Chavez Student Center on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. (Eric Chan/Xpress)[/caption]
Men’s soccer started their season off on Thursday at Cox Stadium with a new team, new coaches and a disappointing 1-0 loss to Hope International University. The Gators put up a determined fight defensively, holding off Hope International Royals for the majority of the game.