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HSU Rushing Leader Ja’Quan Gardner Inks Deal with San Francisco 49ers

HSU Rushing Leader Ja’Quan Gardner Inks Deal with San Francisco 49ers

Andrew R Goetz Humboldt State Athletics ARCATA – When the San Francisco 49ers needed to fortify their rushing attack entering the fourth and final preseason game on Thursday night they didn’t need to look far. Former Humboldt State running back and all-time rushing leader Ja’Quan Gardner signed a three-year contract with the 49ers Tuesday, Aug.

HSU to discontinue football after 2018 season

HSU Athletics HSU – Humboldt State University will discontinue its football program after the upcoming 2018 season. The move was announced earlier today, after coaches and players were informed. President Lisa Rossbacher described it as an unfortunate, but necessary, step in addressing the University’s structural deficit and protecting HSU’s core academic mission. She also emphasized

Blair Zerr drafted by CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos

Andrew R. Goetz HSU Athletics HSU – Former Humboldt State running back Blair Zerr was selected by the Edmonton Eskimos with the 65th overall pick of the Canadian Football League Draft Thursday night, May 3. Zerr, who played for the Lumberjacks from 2014-16, was working out when he got the call. “That night I was

Cappa selected by Tampa Bay in NFL Draft

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA –  Humboldt State All-American offensive lineman Alex Cappa was selected by Tampa Bay in the third round of the 2018 National Football League Draft. The Buccaneers picked Cappa with the 94th overall pick. The Dublin, Calif., native was a record four-time Great Northwest Athletic Conference Offensive Lineman of the Year

Former HSU offensive lineman Brandon Hribar dies

HSU Athletics ARCATA – Former Humboldt State offensive lineman Brandon Hribar passed away last Monday. The Encinitas, Calif., native spent three seasons with the Lumberjacks (2009-11) after transferring from Division IAA Western Carolina University. Hribar played both tackle positions for the Green and Gold and was an important piece to HSU’s high-powered offense. “He was

Gardner and Cappa Lead GNAC All-Conference Selections

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics PORTLAND, Ore. – Senior running back Ja’Quan Gardner and senior left tackle Alex Cappa were named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year and Offensive Lineman of the Year, respectively, and headlined a group of seven Lumberjacks named All-GNAC First Team selections. In total, Humboldt State football players

HSU Football’s GNAC Title Hopes Dashed by Wildcats

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA  – No. 16-ranked Humboldt State fell behind by as many as 28 points in the first half and was unable to overcome the deficit as it fell to No. 7 Central Washington 42-28 Saturday in Redwood Bowl. The Lumberjacks finish the season with a 8-2 overall record and a 6-2

Jacks Well-Represented on GNAC Football All-Academic Team

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics PORTLAND, Ore. – Seven Humboldt State student-athletes were recognized as Great Northwest Athletic Conference Football All-Academic Team selections Friday afternoon. James Bain, Alex Cappa, Isaiah Hall, Chase Krivashei, Jared Layel, Sam Madden and Robert Matthews represented the Green and Gold on the All-Academic Team. To qualify for the team, a student-athlete

HSU Football Earns Division II Showcase Home Game on ESPN3

Andrew R. Goetz Mad River Union ARCATA  – The Humboldt State football program will have a national audience for its regular season finale, a showdown for the Great Northwest Athletic Conference title, versus Central Washington in the Redwood Bowl. The Saturday, Nov. 11, home game will be streamed to a national audience on the ESPN3

Krivashei’s Record-Breaking Afternoon Highlights HSU Football’s 47-7 Win

Andrew R Goetz HSU Athletics BURNABY, B.C. – Chase Krivashei’s record-breaking performance was the highlight of Humboldt State’s landslide 47-7 victory over Simon Fraser Saturday at Terry Fox Field. The wide receiver from Corona, Calif., caught seven passes for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the win. Krivashei’s catches helped him surpass HSU Hall of

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