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Both propelled the Jacks to another California Collegiate Athletic Assoication tournament title. Hannah Williams sent two bombs over the fence while younger sister Madison carried the pitching load to drop Sonoma State 8-6 on Sunday afternoon.
The mountain bike stud has been absent from the top of podiums and results sheets this summer...For Boniface, life, business and family became the priority this summer. So instead of spending her summer at event after event and on podium after podium,
Steamboat Springs It came as no surprise that Hannah Williams won the season-long championship Wednesday night as the Town Challenge Mountain Bike Race Series wrapped up its summer season with an Emerald Mountain race. Williams already was
May 22 Rabbit Ears Time Trial results Thursday, May 23, 2013 Rabbit Ears Time Trial Steamboat Springs Wednesday Women Hannah Williams 42:41 Amy Charity 43:30 Linnea Dixson 46:44 Heather Gollnick 47:16 Emily Hannah 48:54 Amy Ackerman 49:52 Deb Rose
One player put the Jacks up, and the other kept the Tritons down...They're a good team, they outhit us, Humboldt State head coach Frank Cheek said about the Tritons. But we hit three homers, that was nice, and Tonya's ball was a shot. Following
no fence is far enough or high enough to keep the Humboldt State home runs from flying out as the Lumberjacks hit three long balls to defeat CSU Dominguez Hills, 4-1, in the first game of the California Collegiate Athletic Association Championship
For three years, the Humboldt State softball team wallowed in the bottom half of the conference standings. But Saturday's doubleheader only confirmed what has been the case all season long: The struggles of years past have been thrown out the window.
When would Chrissy Stalf stand on even ground with former Jacks slugger Taiisha Pleasant atop Humboldt State's all-time home run list? The senior first baseman didn't take long to deliver the answer. Stalf belted a 2-2 pitch from UC San Diego
Timely hitting and strong pitching gave Humboldt State two wins at the Tournament of Champions on Saturday. Freshman Katie Obbema got the wins in both games, victories over Montana-Billings (5-4) and Western Washington (8-3). We have to give credit
Add in the first shutout of the season and it was quite the Wednesday afternoon for the Humboldt State softball team against visiting Dominican University as the Jacks swept the non-conference twinbill 5-0 and 11-3. Jacks first baseman Chrissy Stalf