SF State’s track and field team had a record-breaking weekend as it hosted its 10th Annual Distance Carnival March 30-April 1 at Cox Stadium.
Distance runner Adriana Calva celebrated breaking her own school record in the 3000-meter steeplechase, an NCAA provisional mark time of 10:39.06, by
SF State’s Residential Housing Association is giving away 145 tickets to next week’s San Francisco Giants game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. SF State students will have the opportunity to attend the Giants third annual San Francisco State University Night at AT&T Park on Wednesday, April
As of the beginning of this year’s MLB season, 29 of the league’s 30 teams employ a former professional pitcher as their pitching coach.
The one team to buck this trend, the Milwaukee Brewers, has former Vanderbilt University pitching coach Derek Johnson in charge of its
The SF State Gators baseball team’s bats came alive on Tuesday afternoon at Maloney Field as they crushed the Menlo Oaks 17-2.
The parade of runs started early as the Gators batted around the order, scoring six runs in the first inning. After starting pitcher Grant
The Gators lost a tight 3-2 game in the rubber match of their series against California State University, San Bernardino on Sunday at Maloney Field.
Gator’s starting pitcher Dillon Houser kicked off the game with a 1-2-3 first inning, getting a ground out and two fly
SF State’s baseball team matched its season high for runs in a game, scoring 12 in game one of a doubleheader with Sonoma State University on Wednesday.
The Sonoma State Seawolves jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead in the second inning of game one, chasing
For many students at SF State spring break is a time to head back home or go on vacation. However for Gator athletes, spring break means added time for their craft.
According to the Next College Student Athlete website, spring break can be a critical time
SF State men’s baseball dropped their first series game 6-2 against nationally-ranked team University of California, San Diego on Thursday, March 16.
“We prepared like we always do, staying consistent with our work and we knew we have to play our best if we want to
The Gators battled their hearts out but were unable to shut out nationally-ranked number six Chico State University in the second half of the softball series Wednesday, March 15 at SF State.
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SF State women’s softball team took an early 2-0 series lead against nationally-ranked Chico State University during Tuesday’s double-header.
First game pitcher Megan Clark threw a complete game against the sixth ranking Wildcats, holding them to just four hits and one run in a 4-1 win.
Although similar in concept, baseball and softball differ when it comes to one of the most important aspects of the game — pitching.
Baseball became recognized as an official sport in the 1840s and since then has taken the athletic world by storm, becoming one of
In a double header against California State University, San Marcos Friday, the Gators walked away splitting the games in half 6-1 and 1-2.
In game one, Gator pitcher Megan Clark came out and held on strong, not allowing the Cougars to score through seven innings.
Three student’s cars were broken into Friday morning on Lake Merced Boulevard near the corner of Font Boulevard.
One incident break ins was reported to University Police Department 11:50 a.m., according to Sgt. Dave Rodriguez.
Communications major, Kyler Brown, said nothing was taken from his
The Women in Sports Symposium held at SF State was a jump-start to Women’s History Month, emphasizing the role of women in the sports field.
[caption id="attachment_76273" align="alignleft" width="287"] CSN Bay Area anchor Kelli Johnson speaks to the crowd at the CSN Bay Area Tomboy Symposium
Anyone who’s seen an SF State men’s basketball game at Don Nasser Family Plaza this season has most likely noticed a lot of raucous, energized Gators cheering on their fellow student-athletes from behind the baseline.
Some of the most energetic of those in the student-athlete
Although they fell short in the CCAA championship game against University of California, San Diego Saturday night, the Gators are having an extraordinary season. This point was highlighted this weekend when four players of this year’s men’s basketball team were named to the CCAA All
SF State men’s basketball hit a bump in their road to the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball West Regional, but they still have a shot in the game.
The Gators faced-off against number 1 seeded University of California, San Diego Tritons in the championship game
The SF State Gators continued to make their mark in the CCAA Championships with another win against Sonoma State University, Friday night at The Sports Center in San Marcos, California.
On December 9, 2016 the SF State Gators men’s basketball team squeaked out a 65-63 win
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
Students have until Dec. 9 to download the newly released second version of the SF State Mobile phone app for a chance to use exclusive promo codes and enter to win gift cards prizes.
The new app, launched by SF State’s Information Technology Services, features a
“Run. Hide. Fight.” Ohio State University students and faculty received this message Monday morning after a student terrorized the campus with a car and knife, sending 11 people to the hospital.
This message has been promoted by local and national law enforcement agencies as the
Four years ago, Joel Engardio ran for District 7 Supervisor and placed fourth. Last night, he placed second.
Engardio’s watch party took place at the Squat and Gobble restaurant on West Portal Avenue with supporters and campaign employees who have been campaigning for him since
A crowd of around 200 students took to the streets in protest of President Elect Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton on Tuesday night.
“Fuck Donald Trump,” and “The people united will never be divided,” were among the chants heard from the group, heading
A male victim contacted the University Police around noon yesterday to report an on-campus strong-armed robbery, according to a campus-wide email sent by Vice President & Title IX Coordinator Luoluo Hong. This incident marks the second armed robbery to occur on campus in the span
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article stated that "several attempts were made to contact the University for more information regarding the robbery," when if fact Golden Gate Xpress made two phone calls to the University for a statement but did not leave a message
A crowd gathered outside the Associated Student Art Gallery on Thursday evening anticipating the “Being Pacific” exhibition’s opening reception to commence. Each painting, photograph and artifact within the gallery related to a cultural aspect belonging to the Pacific Islander identity. A strong connection to the
The College of Ethnic Studies has applied for a $100 million grant in hopes of expanding the College’s reach and impact.
The 100&Change grant, provided by the MacArthur Foundation, is open to any organization and has received an estimate of 10,000 applications from all over the
SF State’s Queer Alliance is attempting to re-register their club status for spring 2017 after a two semester long absence due to embezzlement of funds by a former member, said Queer Alliance Director Stuart Castaneda.
The club was unable to re-register with the University due