Pitching crumbles in loss to No. 3 Stanford

By Joclyn Aguirre – Staff Writer San Jose State baseball (18-23,12-9 MW) fell to No. 3 Stanford 15-7 in a Cardinal slugfest Tuesday night . “I think offensively we did enough right,” said head coach Brad Sanfilippo. “We were able to continue to score throughout the game, so I thought Read more

Baseball faces hard task in No. 2 Stanford

By Georgia Blair — Staff Writer San Jose State (18-22, MW 12-9) heads up the road Tuesday to face No. 2 Stanford (27-6, 13-2 PAC-12) in a tough midweek matchup. The Spartans have struggled as of late due to an injury-riddled roster. Juniors Kellen Strahm and Johnny Mendoza have been Read more

Track and field continue to get competitive practice at Cardinal Classic

By Madyson Montoya — Staff Writer The Spartan track and field team went local to compete in the Cardinal Classic, but two members were down in Long Beach for the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate. The Cardinal Classic did bring up an opportunity for San Jose State to compete against nationally ranked Read more

Water polo falls in regular season finale at No. 1 Stanford

By Jessica Jimenez — Staff Writer San Jose State women’s water polo were defeated Saturday 22-4 by the No.1 Stanford Cardinal in a final regular season Mountain Pacific Sports Federation matchup. The Cardinal (19-1, 6-0 MPSF)  jumped out to a one-goal lead 26 seconds into the first quarter by freshman Read more

Tennis concludes regular season with loss to Nevada

By Annabelle Del Bosque — Staff Writer San Jose State tennis (9-8, 1-3 MW) couldn’t come out on top against University of Nevada at Reno (10-10, 1-3 MW) and dropped the regular-season finale, 4-3. Nevada’s Selina Turuljawas able to break the tie against Savannah Sendar in the last singles match. Read more

Twelfth innings leads softball to tie series against UNLV

By Joclyn Aguirre — Staff Writer A pair of crucial runs in the top of the 12th inning propelled San Jose State softball (28-15, 9-6 MW) to a 5-3 victory against UNLV. Tied at 3-3, the Spartans plated two runs on three hits to tie the series 1-1 against the Read more

Women’s golf ends season fourth in conference

By Annabelle Del Bosque — Staff Writer San Jose State’s women’s golf participated in the 2019 Mountain West Championship Monday through Wednesday in Rancho Mirage, Calif. The Spartans started strong shooting 299 with a four-shot lead over San Diego State at 303 on Monday. Freshman Natasha Andrea Oon ended the Read more

Tennis sweeps injury-riddeled Hornets

By Jessica Jimenez — Staff Writer San Jose State women’s tennis triumphed over the Sacramento State Hornets 4-0 in a non-conference dual match wednesday afternoon at the Sacramento Tennis Courts. The Spartans (9-7) earned the doubles point with dual partners senior Miyo Kobayashi and freshman Alba Pedrero Galindo winning their Read more

Yu leads men’s golf to best 2019 finish in Santa Cruz

By Alex Valle — Staff Writer After leading 13 other schools in the first two days, San Jose State men’s golf finished third in the 73rd Western Intercollegiate. Junior Sean Yu thrived as the tournament received full coverage on the Golf Channel. In the best performance of his career, Yu Read more

Baseball falls to Gaels for 11th straight non-conference loss

By Hannah Hall — Staff Writer San Jose State baseball (18-19,12-6 MW) suffered another non-conference loss against St. Mary’s College (21-15,15-1 BW) Tuesday, 14-1. The game marks SJSU’s 11th straight non-conference loss on the season. Freshman pitcher Jackson Ertz got the call to make his first collegiate start. He pitched Read more

Beach volleyball ends 2019 season in Hawaii

By Madyson Montoya — Staff Writer It was a rough weekend for San Jose State beach volleyball (11-12) in its last tournament of the season as it finished in fourth place. The Spartans did not manage to get a set win until the last match of the weekend in Hawaii. Read more

Baseball drops final game of series to SDSU

By Hannah Hall — Staff Writer San Jose State baseball (18-18,12-6 MW) dropped Game 3 in Vegas as UNLV (21-16, 8-9 MW) ran away with the series win, 9-4. With the game tied at 4 in the sixth, the Rebels scored five unanswered to secure the victory. The Spartans jumped Read more

Spartans defeat the Hoosiers on senior day

By Jessica Jimenez– Staff Writer San Jose State women’s water polo team (10-12, 2-3 MPSF) hosted Indiana University for its final Mountain Pacific Sports Federation home game and defeated the Hoosiers (5-14, 0-5 MPSF), 8-6. It was senior day for the Spartans and Michelle Taikeff was honored by head coach Read more