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Lumberjack Alex Cappa Awaits NFL Opportunity

Lumberjack Alex Cappa Awaits NFL Opportunity

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics PHOENIX, ARIZ – On the eve of one of the biggest sporting events of the year, a marathon that lasts three days and is shrouded in mystery and smokescreens. Humboldt State offensive tackle and three-time All-American Alex Cappa prepares to settle in with friends and family before a life-changing pick is

HSU Hosts California Indian Conference this Week

Humboldt State University HSU  – The 32nd Annual California Indian Conference will bring dozens of speakers and panels to Humboldt State University on April 5 and April 6. The conference explores a wide variety of subjects affecting Native communities and cultures, including higher education, food security, historical research, natural resources, autonomy, traditional crafts, and youth

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

Team Effort Lifts HSU Men’s Basketball Past Miramar

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA  – Five Lumberjacks scored in double figures as Humboldt State defeated Miramar 99-63 Sunday afternoon in Lumberjack Arena. “I was impressed with our ability to share the basketball,” said Head Coach Steve Kinder. “To have that many baskets made with that many turnovers is always an impressive stat when you

HSU Women’s Basketball Finishes Strong, Downs Seawolves

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA  – The Humboldt State women’s basketball team established some positive momentum heading into the holiday break Saturday night with a 68-55 home victory over Sonoma State at Lumberjack Arena. The Jacks stretched out what was a 30-23 halftime advantage and maintained a double-digit lead for much of the second half

HSU Men’s Basketball Stumbles Down Stretch, Falls to Seawolves

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA  – Humboldt State men’s basketball erased a 10-point second half deficit, but was unable to hang with visiting Sonoma State down the stretch in Saturday’s 75-69 loss. The Lumberjacks (3-9, 0-6 CCAA) saw an early eight-point lead and a 9-2 run by the Seawolves powered the visitors to a 38-31

Cappa and Gardner Named D2CCA and AP All-Americans

Andrew R.Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA, Calif. – Humboldt State football’s Alex Cappa and Ja’Quan Gardner might have to consider an addition to their respective trophy cases. The pair was named Associated Press and First Team Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA) All-Americans Wednesday.   “Both Alex and Ja’Quan continue to be recognized for the outstanding

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

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