Soccer received the Sacramento State Team of the Year award…the Hornets won their second Big Sky Conference title in as many seasons playing… the team finished the year with a 9-3 aggregate record and undefeated (8-0) in Big Sky Conference game for the first time in school history… Sacramento State took second place for the FCS Knockout, where it placed fourth… head coach Troy Taylor was named Coach of the Year on Big Sky and 16 players have won the Big Sky global title, including six on the first team… among the team wins were a pair of road wins school at a nationally ranked competitor (#5 Montana, #10 UC Davis).
Baseball – Finished with a total of 32-26, extending a consistent streak over the past decade that no other Division I baseball program in the state of California could match… 32 wins made 10 consecutive years ( full) the Hornets have won at least 30 games, including a pair of 40-win seasons and NCAA Tournament landings in 2014 and 2019 … at one point, the Hornet had three games under .500, but ended up winning 14 of their last 20 games to take the second seed of the WAC’s Western Division and win a pair of games at the conference tournament.
Men’s Golf – The Hornets set a school season first team scoring record, averaging 288.03 strokes per round… a mark that made the team the first team in program history to break 290… Ethan Davidson personally set the all-time all-round record. school with an average score of 71.18, Casey Leebrick ranked eighth, Jonathan Tanihana ninth, and Blaze Akana 15th… the team had seven top finishes in 12 tournaments played, including wins at the UCSD Invitational… five members of the team named the All-Big Sky Conference, including Davidson and Leebrick on the first team.
Women’s Golf – The Hornets have five top finishes, including a win at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational and two second finishes… the team averages 296.24 strokes per round, placing fourth in school history… the Hornets have five laps equal to or below par is third in the program’s record books… all five members of the team were honored with the All-Star Conference, including Jennifer Koga and Tess Blair in the first team. first… Koga was named Player of the Year in the big sky… Caitlin Maurice (2nd place), Sydney Smith (3rd place) and Sneha Sharan (3rd place) were also named in the overall team award.
Softball – The Hornets finished with 30 wins, and the team finished second in the Big Sky Games with a 12-6 tournament record… in addition, the team won 15-5 at home, and broke the show’s record. with 55 runs on the home field… the previous school. The record is 45 home runs… eight different Hornets were named All-Big Sky, and three school record players – Marissa Bertuccio, Lewa Day and Lexie Webb – were named the All-Thai Area. Binh Duong… Bertuccio was selected as the Big Sky Pitcher of the Year… The Hornets also won the Big Sky Tournament.
June 13 – Male Rookie of the Year
June 14 – Female Rookie of the Year
June 15, year Senior male scholar-athlete of the year
June 16, year Senior Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year
June 17, year Men’s Individual Achievement of the Year
June 18 year Female Individual Achievement of the Year
June 19, year Biggest failure
June 20, year Clutch performance
June 21, year Performance of the men’s team of the year
June 22, year Female Performance Team of the Year
June 23, year Team of the Year
June 24 – SAAC Awards
June 25 – Coach of the Year
June 26 – Male Hornet Award
June 27 – Women’s Hornet Award
June 28 – Academic Men’s Team of the Year
June 29 – Female Academic Team of the Year
June 30 – Student-athlete of the year
July 1 – Female Student-Athlete of the Year