Greek Week brings unity to campus

Greek Week brings unity to campus

The inaugural Greek Weekend event was a success as these festivities brought a lot of excitement to Sonoma State Greek life as every fraternity and sorority participated in some friendly competition. 

As different fraternities and sororities team up in order to win the championship plaque, the assimilation of different organizations in one team allows for new friendships to be made. 

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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu hopes to continue success

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu  hopes to continue success

The Sonoma State Jiu Jitsu club is looking to add to their medal count. The club has been fighting since 2014 and throughout the teams history the club has primarily competed in three leagues. 

First the team competes in the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF). The team has also been fighting in the North American Grappling Association (NAGA) and the Sport Jiu-Jitsu International Federation (SJJIF) in past years. Here the teams members compete against other fighters in Northern California.

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Snow club anticipates upcoming winter season

Snow club anticipates upcoming winter season

If you’re interested in joining a club team to have fun without too much of a time commitment, the Snow club is for you. All student skiers and snowboarders are encouraged to check out the Sonoma State Snow Club. 

  Led by Club President, Lauren Bracken, the student run sports club invites Seawolves that share the passions of all snow-related activities. 

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Tough weekend for the ladies in blue

Tough weekend for the ladies in blue

Friday night Sonoma State played California State East Bay. Sonoma’s overall ending that game was 8-10 and 4-5 in the conference but fell to the California State East Bay Pioneers. 

Entering the first set Sonoma didn't get too a good start, they were down 3-1 right off the bat but then fell by ten. After falling short during the first set Sonoma got it together. For a while they wereahead 2-0 and  gained a ten point lead  over the East Bay Pioneers before losing it and falling 25-19 with yet another loss during this match.

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Men’s club soccer takes it all in San Diego

Men’s club soccer takes it all in San Diego

This season for the Sonoma State club soccer team is proving to be an exciting one. They have shown the rest of the collegiate club soccer teams that they are a force to be reckoned with. The team's trip to San Diego for the Aztec Cup was successful for the Seawolves as they ended up taking the championship back home after beating San Diego State, Northern Arizona University and Cal Poly Pomona in the finals.

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Victory over the Wildcats

Victory over the Wildcats

A win over the Wildcats, Sonoma State’s rival team was crushed by our ladies in blue. The rivalry between Chico State and Sonoma State goes with many of the two school’s team sports, and volleyball is no exception.

After playing four sets the Seawolves came out on top against Chico State. During set one Sonoma State had the Wildcats in the bag with a 20-17 lead, but Chico State came back with seven points gaining a lead over Sonoma. That was no match for the Seawolves because the final score in set one came out as Seawolves on top 26-24. 

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Athlete Spotlight: Mady Smith

Mady Smith is a third year student at Sonoma State University and Lacrosse is her life.  She is the Vice President of the club women’s Lacrosse team at the University along with the head coach of the women’s team at the local high school, Rancho Cotate.  

Prior to playing lacrosse, Smith ran for the track team and was even looking into scholarships to schools for college with an average five-minute mile time. 

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Women’s golf team eager for first

Women’s golf team eager for first

Sonoma State’s women’s golf team have their eyes set on making a run for the national title this season. The team is truly confident this year as returning players continue to push each other and strive for success. With the addition of two new members, the team looks to overcome their challenges alongside Head Coach, Val Verhunce, and Assistant Coach, Ellie McPherson. 

The team had a great season last year, finishing 2nd in Division II of The California Collegiate Athletic Association.

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Women’s ultimate club team striving for success

Women’s ultimate club team striving for success

The smell of fresh cut grass sweeps along campus as the women’s ultimate frisbee club team gets ready for practice.

The women’s ultimate frisbee club has been competing for over a decade. The team has competed in many tournaments throughout the fall and spring semesters each year. They play in tournaments with aspirations of qualifying for the sectional and regional tournaments.  While competing the team will often play clubs from Chico, Humboldt, Stanford, Los Angeles, Berkeley, San Diego, Reno, and Davis. 

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Men’s basketball ready to bounce back

Men’s basketball ready to bounce back

Sonoma State Men’s basketball team is getting ready to start the 2018-2019 season. The team is eager to get back on the court and get some wins for Sonoma State. 

Last year’s season the Seawolves went 15-5 for conference and 5-4 during non-conference with an overall record of 20-9. Sonoma State performed substantially better at the home games with an 11-2 record. The most people they had in attendance for last year was 9,134 supporters.

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Men’s club soccer dominates Chico

Men’s club soccer dominates Chico

The Sonoma State Men's Club Soccer Team starts the season right by getting a win against their rivals, Chico State. With the final score of the game being 3-1, the Seawolves won the game comfortably. The team was getting contributions all around from everyone on the team and simply dominated Chico's club soccer team.

Catching up with the soccer club President Garrett Kustin, he recalls that the last time the club team beat Chico state was during his freshman year. Garrett is now a senior and is extremely happy about the results of this weekend. Kustin talked about their rivalry between Chico and how that competition pushes them to play even harder.

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