Sacramento State head softball coach Lori Perez announced the program’s fifth signee of the 2019 recruiting class with the inking of New Mexico transfer Jensen Main, who will be a junior for the Hornets.
After helping the Sacramento State softball program to a Big Sky Conference championship and NCAA Tournament appearance in the spring, it was announced today that Vicky Rios has been elevated from assistant coach to associate head coach.
Texas State, ranked 22nd in the nation, put up crooked numbers in the first (2), third (2) and seventh (4) innings on the way to an 8-4 victory over Sacramento State at the NCAA Tournament's Los Angeles Regional on Saturday evening at Easton Stadium.
UCLA's Rachel Garcia and Sacramento State's Celina Matthias were locked in a pitchers duel early on, but the second-ranked Bruins scratched across three runs in the fifth inning to eventually beat the Hornets, 3-0.
Sacramento State sophomore outfielder Suzy Brookshire and senior pitcher Celina Matthias were both named all-Pacific Region, it was announced today by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA). Brookshire was named to the second team while Matthias earned third team honors.
In a rain shortened tournament, Sacramento State was the only team in the Big Sky Conference Tournament that never lost, beating Northern Colorado, 3-0, on Saturday to claim the conference championship.
Due to steady rain in the Ogden area, Sacramento State’s Big Sky Conference Tournament winner’s bracket game vs. Northern Colorado, originally scheduled for this afternoon, has been postponed. The two teams are now scheduled to play Saturday morning at 8 a.m. PDT.
Sacramento State got a grand slam from Sydnee Strong and a solo homer from Suzy Brookshire as the Hornets advanced in the Big Sky Conference Tournament with a 7-3 victory over Montana on Thursday afternoon at Wildcat Field.
After leading the Hornets to the Big Sky Conference regular season championship, a 29-18 overall record and a 14-7 conference mark, Sacramento State head softball coach Lori Perez was named the Big Sky’s Coach of the Year.
After winning the Big Sky Conference regular season championship with an 8-0 win at Montana on the final day of the regular season, Sacramento State (29-18, 14-7) will assume the No. 1 seed at this week’s Big Sky Championship in Ogden, Utah.
Seven Sacramento State softball players received some form of all-Big Sky Conference recognition today, highlighted by sophomore outfielder Suzy Brookshire being named the league’s Most Valuable Player, and senior right-hander Celina Matthias being named the conference’s pitcher of the year.
In a must win game, Sacramento State came through in a big way, posting an 8-0 mercy rule victory over Montana on the final day of the regular season, and in the process, clinching the Big Sky Conference regular season championship.
Sacramento State split a doubleheader on Friday against Montana, setting up a chance to win the Big Sky Conference regular season championship with a win tomorrow. After the Grizzlies won the first game by a 5-0 score, the Hornets bounced back with a 6-2 victory in the nightcap.
Right-hander Celina Matthias threw seven strong innings, and Suzy Brookshire connected on her 14th home run of the season to help lead Sacramento State to a 4-1 victory over North Dakota in the rubber game of a three-game Big Sky Conference series at Shea Stadium.
Sacramento State pitchers Celina Matthias and Savanna Corr combined to limit North Dakota to three runs and six hits over 14 innings as the Hornets split a doubleheader with North Dakota on Friday afternoon at Shea Stadium.
For the second time this season, and ninth time in her career, Sacramento State senior right-hander Celina Matthias was named the Big Sky Conference Pitcher of the Week. Matthias factored into all three wins of a series sweep against conference opponent Southern Utah.
Sacramento State pitchers Savanna Corr and Celina Matthias combined to allow one run, and Suzy Brookshire’s solo homer in the fourth inning proved to be the game winner in a 2-1 victory over Southern Utah.
cramento State got a pair of walkoff wins, including a two-run double in the first game from Sydnee Strong, and an RBI-single from Sydney Rasmussen in the nightcap, as the Hornets swept a doubleheader over Southern Utah
Sacramento State’s bats went silent as the Hornets failed to score over 15 innings while dropping a pair of non-conference home games to Saint Mary’s on Wednesday afternoon at Shea Stadium. The Gaels won the first game, 1-0, before taking the nightcap, 2-0, in eight innings.