The women’s soccer team traveled over 1,250 miles for their opening season game against the Regis Rangers in Denver, resulting in a 1–1 draw. Going in, head coach Brittany Cameron
It’s all about the love for one another and the comradely of playing for the man next to you. This is what truly ignites a program, lifts its fan base,
The SF State athletics website released a statement on Aug. 27 regarding the addition of three new members to the sports medicine staff and the promotion of a longtime staffer. Director
The women’s soccer team celebrates, as the team secure the 1-0 victory against the Stanislaus State Warriors on Friday, Oct. 19. (David Rodriguez/Golden Gate Xpress) It was uncharted territory
The turnaround for this San Francisco Giants 2019 ballclub has been one for the ages. With the team virtually on the ropes and rapidly heading down the drain before the
On Lionel Messi’s 14th anniversary of scoring his first official goal with Spanish football club FC Barcelona, he did what everyone expected him to do: score his 600th career goal.
Brandon Tanguma and Robert Juarez preview the 2019 MLB season from top to bottom. The NL East might be the most compelling division in baseball with the addition of Bryce
Rugby has a history at SF State, specifically the men’s Rugby Club. The club has been steadily active semester after semester, going back further than 1999. The fledgling women’s program,
The Gators fell to the California State Dominguez Hill Toros 69-85 Saturday, Feb. 2. The Lady Gators (8-12 overall and 7-8 in CCAA) have now lost five-straight games, with their
The SF State men’s basketball team pulled off an impressive victory Saturday, Feb. 2 at home against California State Dominguez Hills, trouncing the Toros 86-64. The Gators dominated Dominguez Hills
Due to rainfall around the Bay Area, the SF State baseball team’s season opener is postponed. Since inclement weather rearranged the season schedule, the new season opener is now against
After their stifling defensive win against Chico State on Saturday night, the SF State men’s basketball team will face off against No. 10 UC San Diego on Thursday, Dec. 6,
The conference playoffs for soccer are underway and both the men and women soccer teams have their first-round matchups today. Women’s soccer hosts Cal State San Marcos at 3 p.m.
Gators wrestling rumbles in a tune-up alumni day scrimmage, giving the crowd 11 battles to watch at the Swamp on Saturday, Oct. 27. SF State’s weight class picture cleared up
An overtime goal clinched the CCAA playoffs for SF State in a grueling 1-0 home victory over the Chico State Wildcats on Sunday, Oct. 21. The final game of the
Judo club is back and has big plans for the upcoming semester. Nick Mitchell, the judo club president, discussed the possibility of setting up an open mat practice with other colleges such as UC Berkeley. Mitchell also said that members of the club want to enter into City College of San Francisco’s annual judo tournament. Phillip Kilmer is one of those members eager to compete. A brown belt, Kilmer has never competed in judo and wants to test his skills. Another goal for the judo club is to have more team building exercises. Next weekend the club plans to go on a hike. The goal of these off campus events is to build chemistry within the club as well as exercising.
The SF State men’s rugby club gained valuable experience at the West Campus Green on Saturday, Sept. 22 in a 2-2 sevens tournament effort. This was the club’s first test
SF State mens’ soccer looks for their fifth win of the season as they travel to play the Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes this Friday, Sept. 21. The Gators’ defense
One of the newest additions to the Mashouf Wellness Center is Gator Outdoor Adventures, an outdoor trips program aiming to deliver outdoor experiences to students, as well as explore San
Serena Williams is a legendary tennis player. Although she did not win the United States Open Final, she’s still the most talked about tennis player today. This tennis season has
The SF State men’s basketball team roster will be bolstered with the addition of five transfers for the 2018-19 basketball season, according to head coach Vince Inglima. The 2018-19 edition
Last week the California Collegiate Athletic Association announced that 73 SF State student-athletes earned All-Academic honors for the 2017-18 school year. The CCAA honored a total of 811 student-athletes across
After undergoing two years of construction beginning in 2015, SF State’s Mashouf Wellness Center has successfully completed its first year of operations. There is plenty of excitement surrounding the wellness
Handlebar mustaches, cyclists’ caps, Red Bulls and spectators lined the De Haro Street sidewalks, cheering on cyclists as they rode past during the 2018 Red Bull Bay Climb on Saturday, Sept.
The Gators fell to the Seattle Pacific Falcons 4-1 on Saturday, Sept. 8 in a physical match that was played with no scoreboard thanks to the campus power outage. The
SF State women’s soccer looks to bounce back from their home opener loss as they host the Holy Names Falcons on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Defense has been a struggle for
SF State men’s soccer battled Holy Names University to a standstill on Thursday, Sept. 6, finishing the game with a 1-1 tie at Cox Stadium. Peter Swinkels (0), the SF
Women’s volleyball is looking to add two more wins to its 5-2 record this weekend as the Gators take on two foes at The Swamp: the Cal State Dominguez Hills
Women’s soccer returns to Cox Stadium for the first time this year on Saturday, Sept. 8 when the Gators take on the Seattle Pacific Falcons. The Gators are coming off
SF State men’s soccer looks to extend their winning streak against Holy Names University this thursday
The undefeated SF State men’s soccer team will face the Holy Names University, who are currently 0-2, this Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at Cox Stadium. Now two games into the
The San Francisco State Volleyball team has now lost two games in a row after being swept 3-0 by the University of Hawaii Hilo at the D2 West Region Volleyball
On Friday, the Oakland Athletics gave all fans half of concessions to promote A’s Access, a new ticket plan that replaces the conventional season ticket. A’s Access is a new ticket membership plan announced by the team a month ago to give all members access to all 81 home games with different plans to upgrade their seat. Also included is 50 percent off all concessions, 25 percent off merchandise and discounted parking. The A’s hosted the Seattle Mariners on August 31st and gave all fans the ability to have the same prices Access members will have during the 2019 season. Prices included $2.50 sodas, $3 hot dogs and even $4 beer. Many fans are exicited for the direction of the club both on the field and in the front office with the Dave Kaval leading the way with his commitment to keeping the team in Oakland and upgrading the Coliseum since his hiring in November 2016.
SF State men’s soccer stifled the Academy of Art University offense 2-0 in front of the Cox Stadium crowd for a victorious start to their 2018 campaign. The Gators
Sometimes the removal of sight can provide a glimpse into a misunderstood world. Danny Vang sure thinks so. Vang, a social work major who is partially blind, wanted to introduce an
SF State lost their series opener, 2-0, to the Stanislaus State Warriors at Maloney Field on Friday afternoon, Feb. 23. The Gators were coming off a tough four-game series with
Every two years, something comes along that captures my attention and enthralls me – the Olympic games. I know I’m not alone. Each time the games come around, I have