In professional sports, the phrase “character matters” is often used in defense of a player following negative press.
Here are just a few examples of negative press.Read More
The women’s club volleyball team won nationals last year and are aiming to do the same in their upcoming season.
Samantha Wallace, a senior at Sonoma State, is the co-president and it is her second year on the team. As co-president, Wallace, along with other co-president Molly Armstrong, has a lot of responsibility. They work with dues, schedule games and tournaments, find referees for games, and basically coordinate everything. Wallace is the setter for the team, meaning that she takes the second ball every time and plays both front and back row.Read More
Coming back for his final season with the Sonoma State Baseball Team is senior right-handed pitcher Michael Byerline. Last season Byerline had a total of seven wins to his six losses with an overall era of 5.46. Byerline feels as if his numbers did not define him as a player.
“I felt like I was finally contributing to the success of the team and that was a very accomplishing feeling,” said Byerline.Read More
The Sonoma State Seawolves (3-3) opened up a three-game homestand against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers (4-4) on Thursday, looking to improve off of their 10-point loss last week to the Stanislaus State Warriors.
Coming out fast and looking early and often to get the ball down low to their star center, Ugochi Anudokem, the Seawolves looked poised to implement an effective post game, going at the Pioneer’s relatively short centers.Read More
The Men’s Club Volleyball team was founded in 2010. For years, they have been competing in the Northern California Collegiate Volleyball League.
This league consists of many teams throughout California. This league is made up of schools such as the University of Pacific, University of California, Davis, Chico State University, Sacramento State University, and other local opponents. Throughout their years as a club, the team has had great success.Read More
As the fall semester comes to end so does the winter sports. However, with winter sports ending spring sports are preparing and getting ready to begin their seasons, and take some wins home.
More specifically, the 2019 Sonoma State Baseball team.Read More
After playing basketball at Columbia College and being named the 1st Team All CVC, Lewayne Grant transferred to Sonoma State to pursue a major in American Multicultural Studies and join the men’s basketball team.
Grant grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and graduated from Deerfield Beach High School. He is currently a senior and a captain of the team.Read More
The Sonoma State Women’s Track & Field team plan on qualifying for the conference races this spring. With the fall semester coming to a close, runners on the team prepare for the challenges that lie ahead.
A few members on the team qualified for the CCAA Championship last season. While members of the team have their own individual goals, the team hopes to send more runners and throwers into the postseason. The team’s senior track captain, Taylor Townes, is optimistic about her upcoming season.Read More
Ugochi Anudokem, number 42, is a proud member and Captain of SSU’s Women’s Basketball team. She grew up in San Jose and graduated from Homestead High School in Cupertino, CA. Since transferring from Concordia University Irvine she is currently a Junior at Sonoma State and is studying business.Read More
Sonoma State’s Baseball Club aims to make a run in the National Club Baseball Association postseason. With returning talent from seniors, the team plans to bounce back from last season. Off of on great 5-1 start, the team hopes to continue its success through the rest of the season. The team has depth with club veterans, including Nick Mogannam, a Senior Outfielder.Read More
The Sonoma State women’s water polo team practices year-round in preparation for their league games in the spring. The Seawolves are a member of the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA). Here they compete against other NCAA Division 2 opponents such as Cal State Monterey Bay, University of California San Diego (UCSD), Fresno Pacific University and other programs. Water Polo requires many unique skills since it is played in a pool. A player must be skilled in swimming in order to move around the pool fast and play offense and defense.Read More
Sonoma State Seawolves lost against the San Francisco State Gators.
During the first set, San Francisco State led from the start showing no mercy to the Seawolves, having a .100 hitting percentage, times accurately hitting the ball.Read More