Baseball sweeps doubleheader against SCU to start its season

By Marissa Scott – Managing Editor The San Jose State baseball team came out swinging in their doubleheader sweep, 8-5 and 4-3, against Santa Clara to open up its season. Freshman left fielder James Shimashita’s combined six RBIs on the Read more

SJSU’s comeback falls short in loss to UNLV

By CJ Peterson — Staff Writer Striping a jump shot inside of the key with 18 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, sophomore forward Mikaylah Wilson gave San Jose State women’s basketball a chance to secure its first road win Read more

Free-throw shooting costly in loss to Rebels

By Annabelle Del Bosque — Staff Writer With only nine turnovers committed by San Jose State men’s basketball (3-21, 0-12 MW), the team’s 8-21 free-throw shooting proved to be fatal as it fell to UNLV Saturday, 71-64. SJSU dropped its Read more

Spartans split day two in New Mexico, finish tournament 2-2

By Madyson Montoya — Staff Writer San Jose State softball (5-5) finished day two of the Troy Cox Classic in the same way as day one — by winning the first and dropping the second. The Spartans got its work Read more

Spartan baseball looks to continue their success into the 2019 season

By Marissa Scott — Managing Editor Coming off of a successful 2018 season, the San Jose State baseball team heads into this campaign with high hopes and expectations. After a last-place Mountain West prediction in 2018, the team overcame the Read more

Softball splits first day of Troy Cox Classic

By Madyson Montoya—Staff Writer San Jose State softball started the first day of the Troy Cox Classic with a 6-5 victory over the University of Montana Grizzlies but lost the momentum against the Texas State University Bobcats when it fell Read more

Women’s water polo falls in exhibition to Chinese national team

By Jessica Jimenez — Staff Writer San Jose State women’s water polo (2-2) made a splash when they hosted China’s national team for an exhibition match at West Valley College, but ultimately fell 20-5. Despite an active first quarter on Read more

Women’s basketball faces big challenge against UNM

By Alex Valle — Staff Writer San Jose State (2-19, 1-9 MW) women’s basketball faces off against the University of New Mexico (19-3, 9-2 MW) in hopes to hand the Lobos their second loss at home. The only other loss Read more

Men’s hoops travel to New Mexico in season’s first meeting

By Alex Valle — Staff Writer San Jose State (3-19, 0-10 MW) looks to snap its 13-game losing streak against the University of New Mexico (10-13, 4-7 MW) on the road at Dreamstyle Arena on Wednesday. The Spartans suffered a Read more