SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Sacramento State women’s tennis team officially wrapped up their 2018 season this past weekend with their annual end-of-year team banquet. The event served as an opportunity to look back on an exciting season and recognize the team’s top performers and performances.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – After capping her senior season with a team-best 16-6 record, including a 9-2 Big Sky Conference singles record, Ana Loaiza Esquivias was named to the Big Sky First Team All-Conference, the league announced Friday.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The Sacramento State women's team closed out the 2018 season on a high note, taking down Big Sky Conference opponent Portland State, 6-1, Sunday afternoon at the Sacramento State Tennis Courts. Following the win, the Hornets celebrated their graduating senior, Ana Loaiza Esquivias.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The Sacramento State women's tennis team battled back from an early three-point deficit, but were unable to catch UC Davis, falling 4-3 in the team's final road match of the season.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Sacramento State senior Ana Loaiza Esquivias was named this week’s Big Sky Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Week for the third time this season, the conference announced today.
POCATELLO, Idaho – Playing their third match in as many days, the Sacramento State women’s tennis team came away with their third straight 4-3 victory, this time against Big Sky Conference opponent Idaho State.
OGDEN, Utah. – Less than 24 hours after an exciting 4-3 victory over conference opponent Southern Utah, the Sacramento State women’s tennis team took down Weber State, another conference foe, also by a score of 4-3 Saturday morning.
HURRICANE, Utah - The Sacramento State women’s tennis team overcame high winds, extreme cold, and an early deficit Friday morning, as they rallied for a come-from-behind, 4-3 win over Southern Utah on the road
BERKELEY Calif. – Sacramento State women’s tennis went up against a very strong Cal women’s tennis team Thursday afternoon as they prepare for a long stretch of road conference matches. Although the Hornets battled hard the Pac-12 opponent, they eventually fell to the Bears.
SACRAMENTO Calif. – The Sacramento State women’s tennis team hosted both the UC Irvine Anteaters and the Eastern Washington Eagles Friday and came away with two more wins on the season after an exciting day of tennis.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Sacramento State women’s tennis team took the courts on a warm Thursday afternoon as they welcomed Cal State Fullerton to Sacramento. Despite a strong win from number one singles player Ana Loaiza Esquivias, the Hornets were unable to overcome the early deficit, falling to Fullerton, 4-1.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - It came down to the day's final match, but the Sacramento State women's tennis team picked up another win this weekend as they defeated the Montana Stat Bobcats, 4-3. With the win, the Hornets improve to 4-2 in the Big Sky Conference.
MISSOULA, Mont. - The Sacramento State women's tennis team opened their weekend road trip with a decisive 7-0 win over Montana on Saturday morning. The team improved to 3-2 in Big Sky Conference play with the win.
BURLINGAME, Calif. - The Sacramento State women’s tennis team took the court Thursday morning against Idaho, a full two days after the original match had been scheduled. Rain caused the match to be both postponed and relocated and in the end, the Hornets came up short, falling 7-0 to the Vandals.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- In an effort to avoid another potential rainout tomorrow, the Sacramento State women's tennis team and the Idaho women's tennis team have agreed to move their Big Sky Conference match to a neutral indoor location in Burlingame, Calif. The match will begin at 8:45 am PT at the Broadway Tennis Center in Burlingame, Calif.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Tuesday's match between the Sacramento State women's tennis team and Big Sky Conference opponent Idaho has been postponed until Thursday, March 15 at 10:00 am at the Sacramento State tennis courts.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Sofia Gulnova picked up her third straight singles win on Friday, defeating San Jose State's Laura Malsert in straight sets. Unfortunately, her win was the only one of the day as the Sacramento State women's tennis team fell 4-1.
SACRAMENTO Calif. – Sacramento State women’s tennis took the courts for the second straight day as they went up against Arizona Saturday afternoon in Tucson. Despite strong performances by Sofia Gulnova and Ana Loaiza Esquivias, the Hornets fell to the Wildcats 5-2.
SACRAMENTO Calif. – Sacramento State women’s tennis opened a tough Arizona road trip Friday afternoon with a match at conference-for Northern Arizona University. Despite an exciting come-from-behind win for sophomore Sofia Gulnova, Sacramento State fell to the Lumberjacks 6-1.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Sacramento State senior Ana Loaiza Esquivias was named this week’s Big Sky Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Week for the second time this season, the conference announced today.
SACRAMENTO Calif. – The Sacramento State women’s tennis team took the courts at Sacramento State for just the second time this season as they welcomed #45 Saint Mary’s for a Sunday morning match. Despite a strong battle in many of the matches, the Hornets came out behind, falling 5-2 to the Gaels.
GREELY, Colo. - Just one day after a tough road loss at the University of Colorado, the Sacramento State women's tennis team bounced back with a strong 6-1 win over Big Sky Conference opponent Northern Colorado at the Bears' Work Out West Fitness Center Sunday morning.
BOULDER, Colo. - The Sacramento State women's team traveled to Colorado this week to take on the Colorado Buffs for the just third time in program history. Unfortunately, it was a tough matchup for the Hornets, who found themselves on the wrong end of a 7-0 sweep.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Sacramento State women's tennis team welcomed Nevada to Sacramento State for their first home match of the season Saturday afternoon. The match turned into a marathon, lasting over four hours with four of the individual matches going to three sets and included two tie-breakers. Despite battling all afternoon, the Hornets came out just behind, falling to Nevada, 4-3.