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PHOTOS: Gator women's soccer pulls out win against Cal State East Bay in foul-filled game

PHOTOS: Gator women's soccer pulls out win against Cal State East Bay in foul-filled game

Heather Ito
September 29, 2012
Filed under Sports

The Gators broke through with a 2-1 win after a physically intense gantlet of a match against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers. Athletes on both teams collided, pushed and fell throughout the game, resulting in a number of foul calls for each team. By the end of the game, SF State had 11 foul calls ag...

PHOTOS: UCSD women's soccer sneaks 0-1 win against SF State

PHOTOS: UCSD women's soccer sneaks 0-1 win against SF State

Heather Ito
September 23, 2012
Filed under News, Sports

SF State's women's soccer team lost in a nail-biting game against the UC San Diego Tritons 0-1. Despite their tough loss, the Gators forced the undefeated Tritons to work for their win as they kept the score tied until the last 15 minutes of the game, when Triton sophomore Cassie Callahan slipped through the Gators d...

Women's soccer team defeats Chico in thrilling matchup

Women's soccer team defeats Chico in thrilling matchup

Mike Bebernes
October 16, 2011
Filed under Sports

Senior Kiley Williams and freshman Justine Hernandez scored to help the SF State women’s soccer team to a crucial victory in a rough-and-tumble matchup with Chico State Friday at Cox stadium. “It’s always a very exciting matchup,” said head coach Jack Hyde. “It’s always a rivalry and it’s always exciting.”...

SF State women's soccer loses second game this week, falls to Cal State LA

SF State women's soccer loses second game this week, falls to Cal State LA

Mike Bebernes
October 2, 2011
Filed under Sports

The SF State women’s soccer team was on the wrong side of a disputed penalty kick in their 1-0 loss to Cal State Los Angeles on Sunday at Cox stadium. The Gators, who had only lost once all season before this week, have fallen in two straight games to drop to 6-3-1 on the year. “We have an energy whe...

SF State athletes must cope with run-down field at Cox Stadium

Jamie R Wells
September 26, 2011
Filed under Sports

In feel-good sports movies, the big game is always a visual and emotional treat. The stands are packed with fans, the players are dripping sweat and the field is pristine. Never do you see dry patches or uneven surfaces, but at SF State that is what athletes face every day. Blame the budget, blame t...

SF State women's soccer sees first loss of the season against UCSD

Mike Bebernes
September 12, 2011
Filed under Sports

There are certain games every season that players circle.  Some match-ups just mean more than others. One of those games for the SF State women’s soccer team this year took place at Cox Stadium on Friday. The Gators suffered their first loss of the season in a heartbreaking overtime battle with rival...

New faces flood athletic department

Tony Schifano, new Head Coach of the Gators’ baseball team, poses for a portrait at SF State baseball field Monday, Aug 24, 2015. (Qing Huang / Xpress)

Vincent Fausone IV
August 26, 2015
Filed under Sports

The moving boxes sat freshly unpacked in the offices of three recently-hired SF State head coaches after a busy summer of personnel decisions for second-year Athletic Director Charles Guthrie and the SF State Athletic Department. Softball coach Lisa Allen, baseball coach Tony Schifano and women's soccer coach Tracy Hamm were off-camp...

Women’s soccer aims to simply score more goals this season after passing fitness test with flying colors

Alejandro Galicia Diaz
September 9, 2014
Filed under Sports

SF State’s women's soccer team recorded a league-worst 10 goals over all 18 games of last season. This time around, women’s head soccer coach Jack Hyde made one thing clear: It’s time to score some points. "What we're trying to improve now is at goal-scoring," said. "We feel we're solid at...

38 student athletes awarded for high GPAs

38 student athletes awarded for high GPAs

Curtis Uemura
August 28, 2013
Filed under Sports

With a full load of classes followed by baseball practice, the only time finance major Danny Souza has to do homework is on eight-hour long bus rides to games on the weekends and late nights at home. “Multi-tasking is definitely one of my strengths,” Souza said. "I have always had ‘big leag...

SF State women's soccer chomps Cal State San Bernardino in 2-1 win

SF State women's soccer chomps Cal State San Bernardino in 2-1 win

Heather Ito
September 21, 2012
Filed under Sports

The women's soccer team grabbed a win in a rematch game against the Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes. The Gators left the game in a 2-1 victory over the Coyotes, bringing their record to 3-3 overall. The Gators started the game off strong with three shots on goal within the first 10 minutes. Their f...

PREVIEW: SF State women's soccer team returns to field with renewed confidence

PREVIEW: SF State women's soccer team returns to field with renewed confidence

Godofredo Vasquez
September 5, 2012
Filed under Sports

After a disappointing 2011 season, the SF State women's soccer team is ready to prove last year was a fluke. The Gators will start the 2012 season with 18 returners, 10 new players and the chemistry needed to reach the playoffs as they did in 2010. University women's soccer head coach Jack Hyde knows that for the team to reach playoff form, player...

SF State athletes put school before play

SF State athletes put school before play

Vonique Stricklen
February 7, 2012
Filed under Sports

Between classes, homework, a social life and a job, it’s hard for many students to keep up their grades; but Gator athletes make getting a 3.0 grade point average possible by following the Athletic Department’s highly organized process for managing time. According to baseball infielder and senior...

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