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SF State head athletic trainer takes pride in recovered players

SF State head athletic trainer takes pride in recovered players

Craig Lifto
November 19, 2013
Filed under Sports

In 2007, SF State Head Athletic Trainer Bryce Schussel helped former SF State basketball player David Van Someren return from a torn ACL that cost him most of the 2006-2007 season. At a game against Cal State Bakersfield the next year, Schussel watched Van Someren sink a game winning shot. "H...

SF State student Justin Valdez shot and killed in Ingleside

Chris Sanchez
September 25, 2013
Filed under Uncategorized

UPDATE: Medical examiners have confirmed with Xpress the 20-year-old male victim was SF State sophomore Justin Valdez. San Francisco police have released footage of a homicide suspect taken prior to a shooting that left one man dead Monday. According to police, an unidentified 20-year-old male...

Broncos baseball seizes victory from Gators

Broncos baseball seizes victory from Gators

Xpress Staff
March 18, 2013
Filed under News, Sports

  Photos by Jessica Worthington / Xpress The SF State Gators returned to the field after their four-game sweep two weeks ago but were hit hard in a game against the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos that ended with a Gator loss of 11-1, Sunday, March 17. The Gators will return to Maloney Field on Friday...

Lecturer revives history of baseball class

Lecturer revives history of baseball class

Gerardo Recinos
November 28, 2012
Filed under Sports

The smell of freshly cut grass, the crack of the bat and the roar of the crowd as the ball flies over the outfield fences are all familiar to baseball aficionados, but will soon be the subject of lectures and exams. For the first time since 2008, University history lecturer Mark Sigmon will revive...

SF State president Leslie E. Wong advocates for stronger focus on student athletics

Heather Ito
September 19, 2012
Filed under Sports

Former University President Robert A. Corrigan was rarely seen at any Gator practices. He barely attended any games. This president will. Among many other things on his agenda, SF State's new president, Leslie E. Wong is dedicated to renewing the University's focus on the sports program. “...

SF State sports fields get much needed makeovers

SF State sports fields get much needed makeovers

Heather Ito
September 5, 2012
Filed under Sports

Student athletes no longer need to worry about lumpy fields, tall forest-like grass or surprise water puddles. Starting this season, athletes will have the satisfaction of playing on well-kept fields now that Cox Stadium, Maloney Field and the softball field have undergone much needed makeovers by...

Q&A: Les Wong on being ‘catalyst for a new vision’ at SF State

Matt Maxion
August 28, 2012
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I'm curious what action you would like to see from the trustees and the chancellor, Charlie Reed now and whoever comes in to replace him, that is going to be able to ensure that the CSU can provide a quality education that is accessible to all, especially in light of the in-state graduate student freeze ...

Graduating SF State athletes ponder their next steps after college

Graduating SF State athletes ponder their next steps after college

Vonique Stricklen
May 16, 2012
Filed under Sports

The last out has been called and the finish line has been crossed. The next step for SF State’s senior collegiate athletes will be to move forward. Soon they must choose between pursuing a career in their majors or continuing on with the sports they have participated in for years. Transitioning from...

SF State wins one of four-game series against Cal State San Bernardino

SF State wins one of four-game series against Cal State San Bernardino

Sean Duffy
April 29, 2012
Filed under Sports

Solid pitching and fielding were not enough to prevent the SF State men's baseball team from losing at home to conference rivals Cal State San Bernardino Sunday. The final game of the four-game series ended 2-3. The loss puts the Gators at 15-30 overall, and 12-24 in California Collegiate Athletic Association games. Th...

SF State alumnus Ernie Munoz returns as softball coach

SF State alumnus Ernie Munoz returns as softball coach

Alvaro Alfaro
February 8, 2012
Filed under Sports

Collegiate athletes are lucky to be remembered through honorary mentions or record-breaking seasons. Upon graduation, most athletes leave their respective colleges and reflect on their team members and coaching staff fondly, but rarely do these players get to again be a part of sports at their alma mater. That precise opportunity was presented to SF...

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...

SF State intramural sports are running out of cash, space

Kealan Cronin
October 24, 2011
Filed under Sports

The case of the SF State Recreation Department is a peculiar one. While it grows ever-larger and more rapidly than any other group on campus, the reach of its resources is actually getting thinner. The department collects student fees of $9 per semester to cover facilities, equipment and wages for employees, which is less than most students pay for din...

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