On a day where six players would don purple and gold for the last time, one play reminded SF State senior Dillon Meyer of his childhood memories. An inside the
With a chance to come out on top in a series against a top 20 team, errors and a scoring drought in the final three innings forced SF State’s baseball
Closer Cory Davis has been able to get the Gators out of many jams this season; even ones he creates himself. After he allowed two runs in the ninth to
With the game knotted at 4-4 in the bottom of the ninth and a man on second, Wes Carswell’s only job was to get his teammate Matt Vera to third.
Don’t just call it a comeback, call it a win as well. Unable to score after four innings and down four runs, SF State rallied in the fifth and seventh
With the bases loaded and only one out in the fourth, the Gators were poised to turn a one-run deficit into a comfortable lead. A few pitches later, that chance
After their final two crucial victories needed to crash the tournament, the Gators were ready for a storybook run. Unfortunately for SF State, its Cinderella story ended before it could
SF State’s Preston Tater pitches the ball during the home game against CSU Monterey Bay at Mahoney Field Friday, March 7. Photo by Jessica Christian / Xpress Faced with a
SF State’s Brandon Tatum(24) runs into Cal State Monterey Bay’s Kris Gallop (15) as he takes the ball to the hoop during a home game against the Otters Saturday, March
SF State Gator (3) and CSU East Bay (5) fall to the ground attempting to grab the ball. The Crowd in the background gasps as CSU East Bay and SF
[set_id=72157641075721984] After a back-and-forth first period that had the Gators down by only one point, the team could not keep up with No. 25 Cal Poly Pomona in the second.
[set_id=72157640742654703] Struggling from behind the arc, the Gators needed another option to score against the Golden Eagles. Senior big man Max Fodor was that option. Fodor took advantage of his
SF State’s Andrew Reggi wrestles Oregon State’s Nate Keeve at the California Collegiate Open, which was held in SF State’s Main Gymnasium, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. Reggi won the
If a student working as an unpaid intern is sexually harassed in his or her workplace, is he or she protected by labor laws? Not unless you live in Oregon.
Student director Andrew Wong doesn’t just stand out for winning Best Picture for his film at Campus MovieFest, but for his reaction. “Once they announced it was me, I stood
Before his career as a Hollywood screenwriter, there was once a time when SF State alumnus Anthony Peckham’s most interesting job was to refile an entire room at the Pacific
[HTML1] [set_id=72157637103902885] With his stomach filled and hunger satisfied by an Ike’s sandwich and bag of chips, Joe Pietrzak didn’t see a pizza-eating contest in his near future. Egged on by
The finished product when a writer goes outside their comfort zone is usually junk. But for assistant professor Julian Hoxter, his product was “Cutterjunk.” In September, “Cutterjunk” won the grand
More than 100 teams of students filled up the line at the red carpet for Campus MovieFest as the competition kicked off last Wednesday, Sept. 25, at SF State for a
Book tours carry different meanings for Sara Mumolo and Kate Greenstreet. In one case it’s about learning to balance newfound motherhood and life on the road, for the other it’s
[set_id=72157635466953067] For Muhammad Awadalla’s father, Nizario, opening a pizzeria at his alma mater SF State has been a dream. Almost 30 years since the first Nizario’s Pizza has opened, that