What started out as a slugfest between Major League Baseball's best teams, turned into a lopsided blowout after the Kansas City Royals defeated the San Francisco Giants 7-2 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, MO.
Game 2 of the World Series was only moments away as
After two weeks of rough defeats and brutal injuries, the SF State hockey club’s season changed from one full of promise, to one full of questions.
The team endured back-to-back losses to the SJSU Spartans and Santa Rosa Junior College Polar Bears in blowout fashions, however
San Francisco Giants fans remember it all too well. It was game five of the World Series, the score stayed frozen at 3-1 and Brian Wilson faced Nelson Cruz for the most important out in Giants history.
Strike three, game over and the Giants were world
SF State’s student athletes boasted gear with the school’s new logo for the first time last Thursday at the newly named Don Nasser Family Plaza in front of the gymnasium.
However, SF State’s athletic teams will not receive uniforms with the new logo until next year,
Two SF State faculty members completed a 1.5 mile swim from Alcatraz to San Francisco’s Aquatic Park last Sunday in an effort to raise money for a scholarship that funds undocumented students.
Nancy Jodaitis, a financial aid advisor, and Karla Castillo, a mental health counselor, finished
On a regular day, our social media outlets are loaded to the brim with selfies, “Novembeards” and Harlem Shake videos to give us our fill of good, old fashioned time-wasting.
The last thing I needed was another viral trend to hog up my internet time. However,
SF State’s new athletic director began only months ago. Since then he’s hired three new coaches and reinvented the Gator image.
“It has been a fun project to kick off our objective of creating a consistent brand identity for SF State athletics,” said Charles Guthrie, the
Booming cheers and applause filled a small Castro Valley pub after SF State wrestling alumni and friends finished the 21st annual Paul B. Jensen Golf Tournament to raise money for the wrestling team.
The participants, which included wrestling head coach and event organizer Lars Jensen, newly