Jack’s Pass (Feb. 22 to Feb. 28)

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By | Keaundrey Clark

Men’s Basketball

Humboldt State men’s basketball closed out the regular season with a home loss, 88-74, to San Francisco State.  Freshman Tyler Green had a career-high 28-points. Green finished the game with eight treys, two shy of matching Issac Gildea’s single-game record of 10. Despite Saturday’s loss, the Lumberjacks clinched a spot in the California Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament. HSU will travel to face No. 1 seed UC San Diego next Tuesday in RIMAC Arena.


Women’s Basketball

Humboldt State women’s basketball ended the 2016-17 season on a high note with a strong performance in Saturday’s 58-51 win over San Francisco State. Juniors Mikaela Shannon, Ashlynn Cox, and Kindall Murie all scored in double figures for the Jacks. Shannon scored 14 second half points to turn the tide in the Jacks’ favor. She finished with a career-high 17 points.


Softball

Humboldt State’s softball team is the number one team in the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. Humboldt took all four games against the San Francisco State Gators. The Lumberjacks dominated with a 18-4 advantage. Senior All-American Madison Williams  recorded two wins. She went 16 innings and had 22 strikeouts over her two starts.

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