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CCAA distinguishes 73 SF State Gators with All-Academic accolades

Photo curtesy of the SF State Athletic Department.

Devon Haripal
September 16, 2018
Filed under News, Sports

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 the conference, with SF State ranking fourth amongst the 13 schools. The 811 distingui...

A Long Road to Travel – A map of the SF State Gators hockey club’s season

Kyle McLorg
September 29, 2014
Filed under Multimedia, Sports

The SF State Gators Hockey Club drops the puck on its sophomore season in the Pacific Collegiate Hockey Association on Sept. 27, hoping to make the playoffs for the first time. The road to glory won't be an easy one to trek, however. Between the opening faceoff of the first game in late September against...

SF State gators float into Pride parade

Maegan Tingling
May 26, 2013
Filed under Life, News

This year SF State will once again be joining one of the country's largest LGBTQ celebrations at the San Francisco Pride parade June 30 — and this time with a float. "The Pride parade is an extraordinary opportunity for the University to show our support for and pride in the lesbian, gay, bisexual...

Seven Gators set to compete for No. 5 SF State in national tournament

Photo by Marvin Ronsdorf via Unsplash.

Mason Bissada
March 8, 2019
Filed under Latest, Sports

Seven SF State athletes are set to compete in this weekend’s NCAA Women’s Indoor Track and Field National Championships on, March 8 and 9. No. 5 SF State will send Timarya Baynard, Devanique Brown, Bianca Bryant, Alexis Henry, Monisha Lewis, Destiny Mack-Talalemotu and Jazmine Smith to the Robert...

Rucki saves Gators from elimination, SF State advances to semifinals

Rucki saves Gators from elimination, SF State advances to semifinals

Brandon Tanguma
October 31, 2018
Filed under News, Sports

Women’s soccer advances to the conference semifinals after surviving a dramatic penalty shootout with Cal State San Marcos on Oct. 30. Despite neither team scoring a goal in the 110 minutes of regulation and overtime, both teams suffered an injury to a key player. In the ninth minute, CSUSM Sophomore...

Former Gators return to SF State for annual softball alumni game

SF State alumna Jennifer Lewis runs to first base during the annual softball alumni game at the Softball Field on Saturday, Oct. 13. (David Rodriguez/Golden Gate Xpress)

Brandon Tanguma
October 16, 2018
Filed under Featured, Latest, Sports

The 2019 Gators fell 7-8 to the alumni Gators softball team Saturday, in a game that was stretched to 10 innings to give alumni pitchers to get some playing time, according to head coach Alicia Reid. This is Reid’s second year as head coach at SF State. Reid previously coached at Humboldt State, so she has ...

A Gators Guide to Navigating SF State

Breanna Reeves
August 27, 2016
Filed under Life

ON-CAMPUS RESOURCES SF State has a lot of resources for students hidden in plain sight. Here are some perks to take full advantage of:     -Free tutoring centers on campus for registered students. Located in HSS, students can find the Learning Assistance Center (LAC) and the Campus Acad...

Gators rally together at AT&T Park’s first-ever SF state university night

The SF State hockey team poses with mascot, Lou Seal, September 16, 2015 (Tyler Lehman / Xpress)

David Curl and Isabella Ohlmeyer
September 17, 2015
Filed under Sports

Even as the Giants staved off a late offensive surge from the visiting Cincinnati Reds Wednesday, it was the spirit of the stadium's purple-and-gold-clad fans that impressed SF State alumni Ryan McCormick on AT&T Park's first-ever SF State University Night. "I was surprised of the strong Gator...

SF State may not be the Gators for long

SF State may not be the Gators for long

Marc Arguello
February 19, 2014
Filed under News

University President Leslie E. Wong dances with the SF State gator mascot at Malcolm X Plaza on Friday, Feb. 22, 2013 in preparation for the second SF State Harlem Shake video. Photo by Virginia Tieman / Xpress, 2013 SF State President Leslie E. Wong recently stated in an interview with Xpress t...

Cross-country Gators place second overall in annual SF State Invitational

Cross-country Gators place second overall in annual SF State Invitational

Treya Winfield
October 15, 2013
Filed under Sports

[set_id=72157636602222884] After weeks of competing on the road, Gator cross-country teams hit home terrain to dominate most of the competition at the SF State Invitational last Friday. They came in second overall in the 15-team meet at Golden Gate Park's Speedway Meadows. Among the teams racing...

VIDEO: SF State Gospel Gators hit high note at choir competition

VIDEO: SF State Gospel Gators hit high note at choir competition

Brad Wilson
October 2, 2012
Filed under Uncategorized

Still recovering from the excitement after placing second in Verizon's How Sweet the Sound choir competition, the SF State Gospel Gators gathered at Lakeside Presbyterian Church Oct. 1 to rehearse. The Gospel Gators, an inclusive student choir with a diverse group of people from Christians to Atheists, ach...

Gators split series against Cal Poly Pomona

Jackson Kritsch, 4, Infielder, receives the ball from Rudy Aguilar, 7, infielder which lead to two outs against the Cal Poly Branco's at the Maloney Field in San Francisco, Calif. on March 8th, 2020. (Daniel Da Silveira / / Golden Gate Xpress)

Grady Duggan, Sports Editor
March 9, 2020
Filed under Sports

After losing the series against top team UC San Diego last weekend, SF State’s baseball team bounced back this past weekend by splitting their season against Cal Poly Pomona, last season’s California Collegiate Athletic Association champion. This series allowed the Gators to remain in fourth plac...

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