It was a Hollywood ending for the San Francisco State University women’s soccer season.
On Senior Day where Liz Borders, Christina Holguin, Bianca Lowe, Vanessa Penuna, Sierra Sagasta and Laura Shea were honored for their time as student-athletes at SF State. The seniors and the rest
SF State men’s soccer won their second to last home game by a landslide and historical 7-1 victory over the Humboldt State University Jacks.
After the Gators won one of their two games this past weekend, winning these last two games were critical to head into
The San Francisco State University women’s soccer team did not come out with a win to keep their playoff hopes under their control.
With the Jacks’ late goal in the 86th minute, the Gators did not send it into overtime on the team’s Wednesday match.
The Laramie Project, a production at SF State by the theater department, was supposed to open on Thursday, Oct. 12. However, like the rest of campus due to the fires, the play was shut down and opened the following week instead.
The cast, consisting of
Luck was on the San Francisco State lady Gators’ side on Sunday October 22.
The Gators got an early wakeup call with a goal by California State University, San Bernardino Coyotes, in the fourth minute. That goal was ending the Gators hopes for postseason thoughts.
The San Francisco State University men's soccer team won its fourth home game against Cal State San Bernardino, shooting up two spots on the California Collegiate Athletic Association standings.
With only having three games left in the regular season, the Gators needed this 4-2 win in
Over 200 fans in attendance at Cox Stadium witnessed a nail-biting match Friday Oct. 20, where the San Francisco State University Gators (9-4-2) hosted the Broncos (9-5-2).
A handball inside the goalkeeper’s box by a California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Broncos’ player, awarded a penalty kick
Charles Guthrie, the director of athletics at San Francisco State since 2014, publicly announced his resignation Wednesday, Oct. 18, which will be effective Nov. 1.
Guthrie’s tenure as the head of the Gators athletic department was a short one, but he accomplished a great deal
When Iris Tolenada was in high school at Deer Valley in Antioch, California, she told her volleyball coach, Lou Panzella, there was only one school that she wanted to go to: San Francisco State University.
Panzella tried to convince her to keep her options open, but
The San Francisco State baseball team takes time out of their practice on Oct. 6 at the SF State baseball field to reflect and talk about one question: Why baseball?
The recruitment process to turn an athlete into a Gator athlete isn’t as strenuous as one may think.
At San Francisco State, each sport goes through its own unique recruitment process by means of determining who would be a good fit for the team and the
“Get the son of a bitch off the field right now. Out. He’s fired. He’s fired!”
These were President Donald Trump’s words last Friday, Sept. 22 in Huntsville, Alabama, regarding what he would like to hear NFL owners say to their players who do not stand
Coming off of their 2-1 win against California State University, East Bay, men’s soccer added another win to their record against CSU, Monterey Bay on Sunday, Oct. 1 at Cox Stadium.
The San Francisco State University Gators won their second game of the weekend against the
On a sunny Sunday at Cox Stadium, the San Francisco State University women’s soccer team ended the weekend on a good note with a 2-0 victory over California State University, Monterey Bay Otters.
Freshman Tami Kwong started October leading her team in goals with five.
The San Francisco State University women’s soccer win was as rough as sliding down a playground slide covered in sandpaper.
“But a win is a win,” said freshman Tami Kwon.
Coming into Friday afternoon's cloudy match, the Gators had an overall record of 5-2-1 and California State
After their first two conference games ended in disappointment, the third saw the men’s soccer team win in a tight 2-1 match against California State University, East Bay at Cox Stadium.
The first half started off aggressive when, within the first two minutes, the Pioneers had
The Jose & Ivan Show, a podcast about San Francisco State University’s sports, some news and other topics that may arise. Created by Golden Gate Xpress reporters Jose Jimenez from the Bay Area and Ivan Corona from Southern California, both will occasionally fight over which
The Gators on SF State’s men’s basketball team had their best season in over seven decades last year, yet did not achieve everything they set out to.
This does not mean the team is not doing everything they can to build off of this success.
The Women’s soccer winning train was halted by the Chico State University Wildcats on Sept. 22, by losing at Chico 1-0. This was the first CCAA match of the season and it was also the first time the Gators were outshot. The Wildcats put up
SF State’s women's soccer team played in a physical 1-0 victory over Holy Names University Hawks on Saturday, Sept. 16.
The Hawks started out with possession of the ball, but the Gators quickly pressured them to grab control of the game.
Within the first 15 minutes of
SF State’s women’s volleyball team lost last night in a 3-1 battle against nationally ranked California State University, San Bernardino.
SF State gators showed signs of miscommunication during the first set by letting balls hit the ground between players, as well as serving into the
On a foggy September Wednesday, SF State’s women’s soccer team capitalized on second chances.The Knights traveled across the city to meet the Gators at a very wet and muddy Cox Stadium. The drizzle did not help either team at all, and who ever could adjust
[caption id="attachment_78450" align="alignnone" width="800"] (Courtesy of Coaching Corps)[/caption]
SF State students are working once again with the non-profit Coaching Corps to help kids in disadvantaged communities play the sports they have always wanted to play.
Coaching Corps’s mission is "to ensure that all kids get to reap
Saturdays in the fall are a time when many college students unite around football, yet no yard lines or goalposts can be found at San Francisco State’s Cox Stadium.
This is because SF State has been a school without a football team since 1995.
[caption id="attachment_78411" align="aligncenter" width="800"] SF State Gator sophomore Niko Baila throws in the ball to her teammates, in their win against University of Bridgeport at Cox Stadium on Sept. 11, 2017. (Ivan Corona/Xpress)[/caption]
In a hot Monday afternoon San Francisco State’s women’s soccer team managed to
SF State’s women’s volleyball team started off day one of the 2017 West Region Showcase with a loss in their tournament opener against Biola University.
“There were a lot of errors,” said Matt Hoffman, head coach of the team. “We didn’t play a clean game of
After a long postseason of putting in copious amount of physical and mental hours to their training, SF State’s women’s soccer team opened their season in Oregon with one win and a loss.
“I expected challenging games playing on the road, in the heat and
SF State’s Rugby Club plays at a division 1-AA level and not only have to pay to play but lack a regular field to play their home games on.
“We practice on the West Campus Green, and we play our games in several different locations around
The SF State University men’s soccer team defeated the Dominican University of California's team today, scoring two goals in the first half and making the final score 2-0.
In the first SF State home game of the season, Dominican started with possession of the ball. The
The SF State volleyball team ended their game with a 3-1 win over visiting team Dominican University tonight, matching their win total from the 2016 season.
“I’m not surprised that we played a lot better,” returning player Lauren Williams said. “We have a lot of really
After a 19-year break, the NFL has planned and relocated the Oakland Raiders as well as two other teams.
In addition to this, the 49ers moved from San Francisco to Santa Clara in 2014 in order to have a more modern stadium while still remaining in
Multimedia package on the experience of adjusting to college after prison
Almost two decades of Division II.
Students at SF State have been questioning why the university’s sports teams don't compete under Division I.
The Gators have been a part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II for 19 years.
With the men’s basketball team being ranked
The SF State men’s soccer team is back to practice in preparation for their upcoming fall season after completing their 2016 regular season with a 9-6-2 overall record, only four points from a playoff berth.
Head coach Javier Ayala-Hil was added to the Gator family
SF State’s Ideas Week drew hundreds of students, faculty and staff who gave their input as to what they want to see in the University’s future developments.
In an effort to create a community-based master plan for the revitalization of its facilities, the University held events
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