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Humboldt State Cross Country Collects USTFCCCA All-Academic Honors

Humboldt State Cross Country Collects USTFCCCA All-Academic Honors

HSU Sports  NEW ORLEANS – The Humboldt State cross country program continues to earn recognition for its success in the classroom and in competition. Thee Lumberjacks and both teams collected U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic honors. Megan Alfi, Kori Gilley and Annie Roberts represented the Green and Gold as

Rees Leads HSU Women’s Basketball Over Warriors

HSU Sports ARCATA – A career performance from Catharine Rees helped Humboldt State women’s basketball rebound from Thursday’s loss with a 73-65 win over Stanislaus State Saturday night in Lumberjack Arena. “This is a huge win for us, and I am really proud of the team for responding from the other night,” said Head Coach

HSU Women’s Basketball Rallies Past Gators

HSU Sports SAN FRANCISCO – After scoring a combined 15 points in the first half, Humboldt State women’s basketball looked as if it would suffer its fifth straight loss Tuesday. But a halftime wakeup call helped the Green and Gold rally from a 17-point deficit to earn a 52-48 road win over San Francisco State.

HSU Women’s Basketball Falls To Wolves 69-60

HSU Sports ARCATA – Seeking a non-conference win in its last game before the winter vacation, Humboldt State women’s basketball hosted Western Oregon Saturday at Lumberjack Arena. Unfortunately, the Lumberjacks were not able to overcome an 11-point halftime deficit and dropped a 69-60 decision to the Wolves. “We had numerous errors on the defensive end,”

Chico State Tops HSU Men’s Basketball 96-73

 HSU Sports CHICO – An efficient offensive performance and a strong rebounding effort helped Chico State deal Humboldt State its second straight road loss, 96-73, Friday night in Acker Gymnasium. “Chico State came out tonight and did a great job offensively and defensively,” said HSU Head Coach Steve Kinder. “They made stops early and attacked