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Basketball travels south for a doubled matched weekend

Humboldt State Women and Mens’ basketball team travel south as they look for victories in their second and third conference play They will match-up against Cal State San Marcos and Cal State San Bernardino. The Lady Jacks (3-1, 1-0 CCAA)

Jacks on the hunt for Homecoming win

  After having a win snatched right out of their gloves against Azusa Pacific, Humboldt State football looks to secure a victory in this weekend’s homecoming game against Simon Fraser University to add to the other side of their record

Football looks to bounce back

With 28 points on the scoreboard by halftime the Central Washington Wildcats stole the show from the Lumberjacks. Showing no mercy, the Wildcats completed its first shutout against the Jacks since 2007 with a final score of 49-0. Three Jacks

110 flights of stairs

Humboldt County firefighters honor the fallen on 9/11 Within 45 minutes, local firefighters and nearby volunteers walked up and down Humboldt State University’s Founders Hall 18 times in memory of 9/11. Of the 2,977 victims that were lost during the

HSU boosters call for athletic director’s replacement

After the final two potential head football coaches for the Lumberjacks stepped back from visiting the campus at the last minute, a head group of boosters responded immediately and started a petition asking President Lisa Rossbacher to remove Interim Athletic

New coaches, same support system

Failure is not an option for coach Mason Mitchell. He plans on pushing the football program in the right direction with the continuous support of the community and the Humboldt State University student body. “It is more than just being

Defense dominates the spring

The Lumberjacks and their fans took over the Redwood Bowl April 21 for their annual intersquad Green & Gold Scrimmage. Defense suited up in their green home jerseys while offense suited up in their away white jerseys. “I thought [defense]

Spring ball in full effect

Eleven coaches and 66 student athletes gather every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning in preparation for their spring game later this month. “Our energy is already feeding off of each other,” backup sophomore quarterback Cheyenne Keith said. “We are doing

Defense wins first round game for Lady Jacks

It was a defensive game for the women’s basketball team in the Lumberjack Arena on Feb. 27, as they beat California State University, East Bay 54-53 in the first round of the California Collegiate Athletic Association tournament. “We had to

Jacks soccer showcases talented group of recruits for 2018

National Signing Day is the day aspiring college athletes impatiently wait for, which is usually the first Wednesday of every February. The Lady Jacks will be losing three seniors for the 2018 fall season, but gain nine after welcoming talented