SF State women’s softball team dropped their series against number one-ranked Humboldt State University after back-to-back losses today.
In game one of the Saturday double-header Gator pitcher Megan Clark allowed four hits and two runs during a complete game.
Both the Gators and Lumberjacks remained quiet through
The Gators beat California State University, Los Angeles Golden Eagles 96-76 on Saturday’s Senior Night. Before the game, a short ceremony was conducted for seniors Coley Apsay, Nick Calcaterra, AJ Kahlon, Derrick Brown and Israel Hakim.
Head Coach Paul Trevor started all five seniors to pay
SF State women’s basketball finished their final home game of the season Saturday with a California State University, Los Angeles defeat 55-54.
The Gators celebrated Senior Night with their second win in a row and biggest comeback of the 2016-17 season, overcoming the double-digit deficit.
SF State’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is hosting its seventh annual food drive this week, Feb. 19 through Feb. 25, where proceeds go to the SF-Marin Food Bank.
The food drive, started in 2011, asks that all 13 schools in the California Collegiate Athletic Association gather donations
SF State men’s basketball held on to their winning streak, conquering Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros 78-68 Friday night.
The packed house at the Swamp witnessed a tense game that saw multiple lead changes and random swings of momentum.
Both teams started the game sluggish with
SF State women’s basketball defeated California State University, Dominguez Hills 73-68 at The Swamp tonight, giving the Gators their first win since their recent 17-game losing streak.
The Gators had the Toros by the horns for a majority of the game, holding the lead for a
Junior guard Warren Jackson stood near half-court with an ear-to-ear smile on his face. The buzzer had just sounded on a thrilling overtime win against California State University Stanislaus.
Gators head coach Paul Trevor turned from shaking hands with the Stanislaus coach when he saw
After the departure of sports information director Joe Danahey at the end of 2016, SF State’s athletic department hired Brandon Davis as acting associate director of athletics for communications and fan development.
Davis, 32, is a graduate of Dominican University of California, where he worked for
Behind every athlete is a great coach, teammate and trainer. Graduate assistant athletic trainer Phil Littlejohn is the newest addition to the Gators’ sports medicine team behind the athletes.
Originally from rural New York, Littlejohn received a bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Waynesburg University in
SF State women’s softball team lost both double header games on Sunday afternoon, 1-2 and 4-5, splitting the series with California State East Bay 2-2 for the weekend.
Starting pitcher of the first game, Lindsey Cassidy, silenced the Pioneers for two innings until the team managed
SF State women’s softball walked away with two wins Saturday afternoon against California State University, East Bay 6-5 and 6-3.
Senior pitcher Megan Clark started the Gators off during the first game and both teams went scoreless through the first.
East Bay put themselves ahead on the
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
Senior night at The Swamp was supposed to be a celebratory occasion, but ended in a loss to Menlo College Oaks 19-20.
Thursday night the wrestling team was missing senior Tyson Kuahine, who was suffering from the flu virus, wrestling head coach Lars Jensen said.
Two African-American sprinters, Tommie Smith and John Carlos, action’s on the winners podium spoke louder than the medals they won at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. With their heads bowed and black-gloved fists raised high in the air, they used the international stage to
SF State overcame an 8 point halftime deficit to defeat California State University, Stanislaus in an overtime thriller, 77-72, that saw five ties and 13 lead changes.
The Swamp was lively as the Gators started the game on a 7-0 run, holding Stanislaus scoreless for the
The Super Bowl may be the largest unofficial sports holiday in American culture with family, friends and sports fans alike celebrating with barbecues and watch parties all across the country.
Even if you aren’t necessarily a football fan, chances are the big game is impacting
The Gators continued their losing streak last night at The Swamp, after falling late in the game against Stanislaus State Warriors 64-57.
The two teams last met in January where the Gators also lost, 45-58.
Though the outcome of Friday’s game was the same as the Gators’
It’s hard to bounce back from an athletic injury but for SF State senior and softball captain Gabby Reta, it was only a minor setback that motivated her to rise and lead a team.
Originally from Tustin, California, Reta committed to playing for SF State in
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
The Swamp was overflowing with Division II alumni, families, and friends who rallied together to cheer for the wrestlers competing in SF State’s 40th Annual California Collegiate Wresting Open on Saturday.
Matt Gamble, sophomore, was the highlight of the match, winning the title in the 125
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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,
Members of SF State's dragon boat team, SF Blazing Dragons, explain what it's like to be a part of the collegiate paddling club. The team was founded in 2010 and has since worked hard to compete with some of the best college teams in California.
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
On the basketball court, her coaches and teammates define her playing style as aggressive and consider her the team's vocal leader. Off the court, she is described as one of the most kind and joyous people they know.
The Gators' off-season acquisition, forward/center Donae Moguel,
In their last home game of 2016, the SF State Gators squandered a two point lead late in the fourth quarter as they fell to the Cal State East Bay Pioneers 51-48.
The Gators were up by two with less than 30 seconds remaining in
The SF State Gators brushed off a slow start and went on an offensive tear in the second half, beating the Cal State East Bay Pioneers 80-65. The victory improved their record to 8-0, which marks the best start in the team’s history since the
In a packed house the men’s basketball improved to 7-0 overall and 1-0 in the CCAA with a 79-63 win over the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos in the third annual Purple Out.
This was the Gators first televised game of the year and the team
Comcast Hometown Network’s TV crew joined hundreds of Gator fans donning purple shirts in The Swamp’s stands for the third annual Purple Out game on Friday.
Despite the home-game excitement, SF State women’s basketball displayed a poor shooting performance and were soon overcome by Cal
For the first time in their lives, brothers AJ and Jash Kahlon stepped onto the court together in the first game of the season earlier this month, playing as teammates on SF State men’s basketball team.
“It’s a once in a lifetime thing,” Jash said. “Basketball
Up by six points with 1:25 left in the fourth quarter, as the Gators saw their lead quickly trimmed down to two in less than 20 seconds, they remained composed and prevented the William Jessup University Warriors from doing any more damage to win 60-52.
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[media-credit name="Jesslyn Los Banos" align="alignnone" width="411"][/media-credit] All stats compiled from SF State athletics website and CCAA.[/caption]
Women's basketball bounced back from two tough road losses to start the season with an impressive 66-58 victory against Holy Names University in their first game at The Swamp.
Head coach Dennis Cox said he is pleased to get the first win of the 2016-17 season out
On a summer night Arianna Wesley was almost hit by a car on her stroll to the gym. She exchanged words with the the driver, a white male, who responded by popping his head out the window. When he saw that Wesley was a Black
SF State’s men’s basketball team had a strong showing against the Dominican University of California which landed them back to back wins and a impressive 2-0 start to their 2016-17 season after a 91-67 victory in the finale of the San Francisco State Tip-Off Classic.
The San Francisco State Tip-off classic opened up with the Gators winning their season opener with a decisive 84-69 win over the Academy of Arts.
The Gators started off strong and led by as many as 14 points in the first half. They maintained the lead