• CORINNE VIDEN, Women's Golf & SAVANNA CORR, Softball
    March 11, 2019
    Viden finished in first place at The Gunrock Invitational and set the school 54-hole record after totaling 208. Corr threw the second perfect game in Sacramento State Div. I history.
  • Tanner Dalton, Baseball
    March 04, 2019
    Dalton threw a career-high four innings in relief and earned the win as the Hornets defeated the No. 3 ranked UCLA Bruins, 2-1, Sunday in Los Angeles.
  • Emilia Del Hoyo, Indoor Track & Field
    February 26, 2019
    Del Hoyo earned all-Big Sky honors in three events and helped guide the Hornets to their seventh Big Sky Conference Indoor Track & Field Championship.
  • Austin Roberts, Baseball
    Roberts struck out 13 - one shy of the program record - and allowed just one run over seven innings as the Hornets beat North Dakota State on Sunday.
  • Jordyn Brent, Gymnastics
    Brent led the gymnastics to a 192.600-192.500 victory over San Jose State on Friday night. The sophomore finished first on bars, floor and in the all-around.
  • Mikus Losbergs, Men's Tennis
    February 04, 2019
    Mikus Losbergs went 2-0 at both No. 1 singles, and No. 1 doubles, to help lead Sacramento State to road win at Big Sky schools in back-to-back days.
  • Emilia Del Hoyo, Indoor Track & Field
    Competing in the pentathlon at Washington, Emilia Del Hoyo finished fifth overall and scored a career best 3,717 points over the five events.
  • Kennedy Nicholas, Women's Basketball
    December 03, 2018
    Kennedy Nicholas recorded back-to-back double-doubles, including a 20-rebound effort against Southern Utah, as the Hornets went 2-0 at home last week.
  • Marcus Graves, Men's Basketball
    December 18, 2018
    Graves averaged 16.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 2.0 steals per game while leading the Hornets to a pair of victories.
  • Kennedy Nicholas, Women's Basketball
    December 03, 2018
    Kennedy Nicholas pulled in a career-high 18 rebounds and scored 19 points for her seventh career double-double as the Hornets defeated the Antelope Valley Pioneers to improve to 3-1.
  • Hannah Friend, Women's Basketball
    November 26, 2018
    Hannah Friend led the Hornets with 33 points in the team's 109-107 win over Illinois, its first ever against a Big Ten program.
  • Marcus Graves, Men's Basketball
    Playing in his first game since missing over a year with injury, senior Marcus Graves posted the first triple-double in school history.
  • Joe Fowler, Men's Golf
    November 06, 2018
    Fowler led the Sacramento State men's golf team at the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic with the help of a 65 in the first round.
  • Andres Sandoval, Men's Cross Country
    October 29, 2018
    Sandoval recorded the highest finish by a Sacramento State men's cross country runner at the Big Sky Championships since 2006.
  • Cianna Andrews, Volleyball
    October 22, 2018
    Andrews averaged 2.67 kills and 1.50 blocks per set to go along with a .393 hitting percentage in a pair of sweeps over Montana and Montana State.
  • Mikaela Nocetti, Volleyball
    October 15, 2018
    Mikaela Nocetti averaged a massive 6.50 kills per set in helping lead the volleyball team to sweeps of Idaho State and Weber State.
  • Nishtha Madan, Women's Golf
    October 08, 2018
    Madan tied the Sacramento State single-round and 54-hole tournament score at The Princess Anne Invitational.
  • ASHTIN OLIN, Volleyball
    October 01, 2018
    Ashtin Olin has been selected as Sacramento State’s Student-Athlete of the Week after leading the Hornets to home victories over Northern Arizona and Southern Utah.
  • SKYLAR LITTLEFIELD, Women's Soccer
    September 17, 2018
    Littlefield lifted Sacramento State with a last-minute game-winner against the defending Big Sky champs.
  • IMMANUEL ANDERSON, Football
    September 17, 2018
    Anderson led Sacramento State with 11 total tackles, including two for loss and a fumble recovery in the win at Northern Colorado.
  • Mikaela Nocetti, Volleyball
    September 10, 2018
    Mikaela Nocetti was named the tournament MVP after helping the Hornets to a Sacramento State Invitational championship.
  • Amy Quinones, Women's Cross Country
    September 03, 2018
    Quinones finished first at the Fresno Cross Country Invitational and led the Hornets to the team title.
  • Dominic Scotti, Men's Soccer
    August 28, 2018
    Scotti scored Sacramento State's first two goals of the season while helping his team battle two tough opponents on the road, including #22 Portland, to open the 2018 season.
  • Celina Matthias, Softball
    April 09, 2018
    Matthias went 2-0 with a save and a 0.44 ERA while pitching in all three games of a series sweep over Portland State. The Vikings hit just .115 against Matthias who struck out 19 batters in 16 innings.
  • Austin Root, Baseball
    April 02, 2018
    Root tossed eight innings of one-run ball against the WAC's top offensive team. He allowed just five hits and struck out seven en route to his team-leading fourth win of the season.
  • Jah Strange, Track & Field
    March 26, 2018
    Strange continued to surge up the Sacramento State and Big Sky record board. The sophomore jumped a career best 51-03.50 (15.63m) to win the UC Riverside Spring Classic, move into third in Sacramento State history, top the Big Sky leaderboard and rank fourth in Div. I.
  • Suzy Brookshire, Softball
    March 19, 2018
    Helped the Hornets to a 4-0 record after batting .571 (8-for-14) with six runs, two doubles, four home runs, nine RBIs, a 1.571 slugging percentage, .600 on-base percentage and a massive 2.171 ops.
  • Nene Alas, Softball
    March 13, 2018
    Nene Alas helped the softball team to a 6-1 record after batting .538 (14-for-26) with 10 runs scored, three doubles, two triples and six RBIs.
  • Maranne Johnson, Women's Basketball
    Maranne Johnson averaged 28.0 points this past week for Sacramento State as she became the third-highest scorer in program history.
  • Annie Juarez, Gymnastics
    February 19, 2018
    Juarez set a career high in the all-around and helped the Hornets to a pair of wins against San Jose State and Seattle Pacific.
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