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Another game and another tie for Chico State women’s soccer

Another game and another tie for Chico State women’s soccer

Ricardo Tovar and Keelie Lewis

September 15, 2018


Filed under Mobile Headlines, Soccer, Sports

In what has become a familiar result as of late, Chico State Women's soccer has tied for the fourth time in five games. They now stand at 1-0-4 after a 1-1 stalemate took them to two scoreless ten minute overtimes against California State University Los Angeles.In the first half no team had any clear e...

Wildcat of the Week – Jamie Ikeda

Wildcat of the Week – Jamie Ikeda

Andrew Baumgartner

September 13, 2018


Filed under Mobile Headlines, Multimedia, Soccer, Sports, Video, Wildcat of the Week

Senior Jamie Ikeda is a defender for the Chico State women's soccer team. Ikeda is in her fourth year on the team and has been named a three-time California Collegiate Athletic Association All-Academic selection. Ikeda and her fellow defenders did not allow a goal in the first three games of the season....

Looking Ahead to Fall Athletics

Looking Ahead to Fall Athletics

Andrew Baumgartner

August 29, 2018


Filed under Cross Country, Mobile Headlines, Soccer, Sports, Volleyball

The fall semester has begun at Chico State and with that so do fall athletics.This semester there will be plenty of teams to take an interest in; the always exciting basketball teams and the championship winning cross country teams.Men's SoccerThe men finished their last season with a 10-6-2 record, b...

Wildcat of the Week – Erin Woods

Wildcat of the Week – Erin Woods

Justin Couchot and Caitlyn Young

May 9, 2018


Filed under Multimedia, Showcase, Soccer, Sports, Video, Wildcat of the Week

With softball and track and field busy at the California Collegiate Athletic Association Championships, and baseball busy preparing for them, we caught up with Chico State women's soccer striker Erin Woods in preparation for the upcoming fall season. In roughly a week Woods will be graduating from Ch...

Wildcats back in form and ready to defend the house

Wildcats back in form and ready to defend the house

Justin Couchot

September 19, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Soccer, Sports

After being knocked down at home, the Wildcats looked ready to attack once again this past weekend. Starting the season 2-0 on the road, the Wildcats lost back to back games at home and hoped that going back on the road would bring success once more. Midfielder Carter Johnson was clearly not happy...

Wildcat of the Week

Wildcat of the Week

Patrick Pace and Franky Renteria

April 11, 2017


Filed under Soccer, Sports

How long have you been playing soccer?"I grew up playing my whole life. My mom used to push me around in a stroller at my family member's soccer practices before I could walk, so soccer has always been a huge part of my life." Why did you decide to join the club soccer team?"I decided to join because ...

Improvements needed for concussion protocols

Marc Wilson

March 5, 2017


Filed under Football, Sports

The concussion protocol for collegiate and professional sports is flawed and needs to be improved. Athletes who have suffered any dramatic head injury should not be allowed to return and play that same day. Although professional sporting leagues and collegiate sports have implemented concussion protocols...

Valentine’s Day? More like Champions League Day

Carlos Islas

February 15, 2017


Filed under Soccer, Sports

If you didn't have a significant other or your friends weren't into the idea of celebrating Valentine’s Day, do not fret there is something that can fill the void in your heart. After two months of inactivity the highly competitive and highly watched UEFA Champions ...

Star players shine on the court

Star players shine on the court

Cydney Nance

November 15, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Cross Country, Soccer, Sports, Volleyball

No single athlete can represent an entire team, but the players that hit game-winning shots or snag the final kill seem to stand above the rest.The Chico State athletic department is no stranger to greatness with dominant performances in the cross country, basketball, soccer and volleyball teams thi...

Degrees vs. dreams: should student athletes go pro?

Degrees vs. dreams: should student athletes go pro?

Danielle Pubill

August 30, 2016


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Volleyball

As their time as Chico State athletes comes to a close, the seniors' lives are just beginning. With graduation in the spring, they start to set their eyes toward the future, and student athletes decide whether to make use of their degree or chase their dream and go pro.After playing almost four year...

Women’s soccer earns first win of the year

Women’s soccer earns first win of the year

Gabriel Moreno

August 27, 2016


Filed under Soccer, Sports

Chico State women’s soccer team snagged a 5-0 win, their first win of the year, over the UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs. The game took place on Aug. 26 on the 'Cats home field, in their first exhibition game.Carlie Reader scored the first goal of the season for the 'Cats, and her fourth of her colle...

Men’s soccer loses first game of the season

Men’s soccer loses first game of the season

Gabriel Moreno

August 25, 2016


Filed under Soccer, Sports

A second half offensive barrage couldn't help the Wildcats' claw their way to victory as they fell 2-1 against UC Davis on August 21, at the Aggie's home field. The loss brings Chico State's record to 0-2 against UC Davis for the past two seasons. Despite the 'Cats loss, junior midfielder Frankie Palmer w...

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