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HSU Men’s Basketball Falls in Second SoCal Tilt

HSU Men’s Basketball Falls in Second SoCal Tilt

Kenneth McCanless HSU Athletics ORANGE, Calif. – At Santiago Canyon College, playing in the Disney Division II Tip-Off Classic event, the Humboldt State men’s basketball team was unable to replicate its previous night’s success against Palm Beach Atlantic, falling to St. Leo by the final of 66-65. Tyras Rattler Jr. led the way with 14

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Jacks Compete in DII West Region Cross Country Championships

Kenneth McCanless HSU Athletics MONMOUTH, Ore. – At the Western Oregon Ash Creek Preserve, the Humboldt State women’s cross country team had two athletes place in the top 15 runners in the 6k race as they secured a ninth-place finish, and the men finished in 23rd in the 8k in the Division II West Region

HSU Women’s Basketball Wraps Exhibition Season With Home Win Inbox x

Kenneth McCanless HSU Athletics ARCATA  – The Humboldt State women’s basketball team continued a strong start to its season with a 99-72 exhibition win over Southern Oregon Saturday night in Lumberjack Arena. The Jacks, in their victory, shot 51 percent from the field, hit 50 percent from three, and managed to connect on all of

HSU Volleyball Opens Weekend Road Trip with Loss to Wildcats

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics CHICO, Calif. – Humboldt State volleyball won the first set of the match, but was unable to carry the momentum in Friday’s 3-1 road loss to Chico State. “Tonight was a much better showing for us relative to the last time we played Chico,” said HSU Head Coach Kelly Wood. “We

Rattler Jr. Leads HSU Men’s Basketball to Season-Opening Win

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics ORANGE, Calif. – He led Humboldt State in scoring last year, and Tyras Rattler Jr. picked up where he left off in Friday’s 90-81 season-opening victory over Palm Beach Atlantic. The game was played at Santiago Canyon College and was part of the Disney Division II Tip-Off Classic. Both teams showed

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

Five Jacks Collect All-CCAA Men’s Soccer Honors

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics SAN DIEGO – Isaiah Dairo was named to the All-California Collegiate Athletic Association Second Team and four Humboldt State men’s soccer players earned Honorable Mention honors as the conference office released its season awards Thursday afternoon. Goalkeeper Chris Cherms, midfielder Mumbi Kwesele, and defensemen Tyler Guptill and Cameron Spencer were Honorable

Three HSU Women’s Soccer Players Honored by CCAA

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics SAN DIEGO – Humboldt State forward Alex Jenkins was honored by the California Collegiate Athletic Conference as a Second Team performer for the 2017 season, and both goalkeeper Katelin Talbert and midfielder Sabine Postma were named as Honorable Mention selections. Head Coach Paul Karver was ecstatic at the news, saying, “We

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