SF State and the Giants Community Fund are in preliminary talks to construct a $3.5 million multi-functional facility for the Junior Giants by Maloney Field, for which the California State University Board of Trustees unanimously approved the conceptual stages March 8.
Vice President for University Advancement Robert
In what would be four seniors’ last game at The Swamp on senior night, the SF State women’s basketball team came up just short of an epic comeback against the Sonoma State Seawolves.
The Gators lost 50-44, in large part due to a sluggish first half
Nothing less than a triple overtime gauntlet victory would have done justice to the SF State men’s basketball team on senior night.
The Gators defeated the Sonoma State Seawolves 80-76, clinching a playoff berth in the California Collegiate Athletic Association tournament.
Floyd Wormley, Andre Jones, Jon McMurry
With a 52-year tradition on the line, the SF State wrestling team is looking to send a wrestler to nationals for a 53rd straight year.
The NCAA Division II Super Region IV Championships start Feb. 26 and will be held in Gunnison, Colorado. Only the top four wrestlers from
The Gators won one of their two meets during their last home matches of the season. SF State defeated Simon Fraser University, 33-14 and lost to Colorado Mesa University, 23-14.
Before the first match of the day against SFU, three Gator seniors were honored on senior day.
The SF State women's basketball team came out with a heightened sense of urgency during their only televised game of the year, but lost to the Humboldt State Lumberjacks, 61-57.
There were 1,000 fans in attendance, rabidly cheering the Gators on throughout the game. Among the notable
In sports, the saying goes, “Defense wins championships.” In basketball, one of the best facets of a great defense is a defensive anchor down in the paint. Freshman Kiara Ginwright is the Gators' defensive enforcer down low, and she is on pace to shatter the school record for
It has been an up-and-down season so far for the men's basketball team, who are looking to make a strong push at the end of the season to secure a playoff spot.
The top eight teams out of the 13 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association make
SF State beat the California State University Monterey Bay Otters for the second time this season with an up-tempo offense and defensive intensity, the final score being 85-78.
The 85 points are the most the Gators have scored in a game this season. Forty of the
SF State (5-12) snapped its five game losing streak Saturday night by beating the California State University Monterey Bay Otters 57-49.
The Gators stagnant offense came to life in the fourth quarter, where they scored 24 of their 57 points. Tatsiana Dashkevich was a big part
SF State battled in a hard-nosed game against the California State University East Bay Pioneers, but ultimately came up short in a 75-77 overtime loss.
The Gators started the game strong and jumped out to an early 17-7 lead. The lead slipped away, and the Gators
The SF State Gators (4-12) seasonal woes continued Friday night, as they were blown out 39-70 by the California State University East Bay Pioneers (14-4).
The Gators kept pace with the Pioneers throughout the first three quarters, but an abysmal fourth quarter was their downfall.
Going into the
The sound of wrestlers being thrown to the mat and the rabid crowd bounced off the pale green trees during SF State’s outdoor wrestling meet against Division I California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo Nov. 7. Mixed with the cries of the spectators were shouts
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The SF State men’s soccer team finished with a winning record for their second consecutive season, the first time they have done so in 35 years. Center back Max Talbert and forward Jakob
During SF State’s inaugural winter media day, 174-pound wrestler Johnny Costa was offered a slice of delicious-smelling pizza. Costa politely declined.
“Maybe next time I can have a slice, but I’m watching my weight right now,” Costa said.
Costa and fellow members of the Gators wrestling team
Members of the SF State League of Legends club are preparing to get their minds focused and mouses clicking for a major upcoming League of Legends collegiate competition.
The Gators will be competing in the League of Legends North American Collegiate Championship, a single elimination gauntlet that includes over
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="399"] James Aguirre (13), headbutts the ball during a game against the Cal Poly Broncos at Cox Stadium Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015. SF State won 1-0. (Alex Kofman / Xpress)[/caption]
The SF State's men’s soccer team gave their nine seniors a grand farewell
The SF State men’s soccer team snapped their seven game winless streak Friday, beating the Cal State University San Bernadino Coyotes 1-0 in a back-and-forth and rough-and-tumble contest.
The game winner came off the foot of Gator forward Ashley Watson on a penalty kick in the
The SF State men’s soccer team broke their five game scoreless streak, but still came up short against the California State University Dominguez Hills Toros, losing 1-2.
The Gators played a competitive and fierce game against top conference opponent CSUDH, but two key defensive mistakes contributed
The SF State men’s soccer team continued to be plagued by offensive inefficiency today, failing to score a goal in their fifth consecutive game. The Gators lost to the Cal State Los Angeles University Golden Eagles 0-1, which is their first loss at home this
Choppy, bumpy, dying grass and a plethora of dirt patches define SF State's soccer field. Time-management issues and the continuous use of the field cause Cox Stadium to look much worse than it should, according to Grounds Operation Manager Anthony Benson.
“The field is currently used by athletics, recreation, kinesiology and
The SF State men’s soccer team's offensive woes continued today, when they drew 0-0 with the Humboldt State Lumberjacks in double overtime.
The Gators fired off a whopping 28 shots, but were unable to find the back of the net for the second consecutive game.
One of their best
In a neck-and-neck grind it out contest that ended after a 20-minute overtime period, the SF State Gators tied the Sonoma State University Seawolves 0-0.
The game was a pivotal one for the Gators, who were looking to improve their conference record of 1-2 on the season.
Moving to a new country can be a daunting task. For 23-year-old Ashley Watson, the opportunity to come to the United States to get a master’s degree and play soccer was one that he said he said he wanted to embrace.
“I like it in San
The SF State men’s soccer team continued their hot start to the season, improving to a 4-1 record by defeating the Holy Names University Hawks 1-0.
Despite the win, Gator’s head coach Matt Barnes said he was disappointed in how his team played offensively.
The SF State men’s soccer team won their second consecutive game of the season, defeating the Concordia University Cavaliers of Portland, Oregon in a 1-0 contest that saw a combined 23 fouls, two yellow cards and one red card.
“It was a physical game,” said Gator defensive captain Max Talbert.
The SF State men’s soccer team won their first game of the season at Cox Stadium Friday, defeating the University of Missouri-St. Louis Tritons 1-0 in a contest that remained 0-0 until the second half.
“We didn’t play exactly the way we wanted, but we found a way to win,”
Max Talbert, a 22-year-old senior and SF State men's soccer captain, threw new black soccer jerseys into the waiting arms of his teammates during the first week of school. Members of the SF State men’s soccer team smiled and joked with Talbert as he laughed with