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Humboldt Chainsaw Massacre

By Danny Dunn   ‘The Humboldt Chainsaw Massacre’ is what new Humboldt State football defensive coordinator, Barry Sacks, calls the team’s new defensive system. “There are 11 links on the chain, and you have to earn each link,” Sacks said.

Jacks Pass

By | Keaundrey Clark Softball – After five consecutive weeks in the number one spot, Humboldt State softball dropped to No. 4 in the latest National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division II Top 25 Coaches Poll. The Lumberjacks are 21-4 overall

Grace Hall, HSU sprinter, running her hardest on her second lap during the women's 800 meter race on Saturday Feb. 18, 2017. | Juan Herrera

Women’s sports working hard through Springbreak

By Curran Daly While school stopped for students over the past week, not everyone was given a break. A few of HSU women’s sports teams had a busy week. Women’s track and field competed at the Hornet Invite in Sacramento.

Jacks Win Streak Snapped by Coyotes

By | Andre Hascall Back to back doubleheaders against Cal State San Bernardino snaps Humboldt Softball’s seven game winning streak. The team had to play in high temperatures in San Bernardino, a harsh difference from Arcata weather. Humboldt Softball is

Former HSU athlete comes to U.S. From Mali for education. Photo | Danny Dunn

Former HSU athlete comes to U.S. From Mali for education

By | Danny Dunn Moussa Sy is a 21-year-old junior at HSU, majoring in environmental science. Sy moved from the country Mali, located in West Africa, to Ojai, California in 2011 at the age of 16. Every year scholarships are

Jacks Pass (March 1 to March 7)

By Keaundrey Clark Jacks Pass Men’s Basketball Sophomore Tyras Rattler Jr. was named to the All-CCAA Second Team. Nikhil Lizotte and Malik Morgan was named to the Honorable Mention Team. Rattler started all 29 games for the Lumberjacks this season

Jack’s Pass (Feb. 22 to Feb. 28)

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

Left to Right: Miki Fukasawa, Christian Clouthier, Shinya Arai all three members of the Humboldt State Intramural Baseball team. Photo | Danny Dunn

Dreams of American baseball

By | Danny Dunn Miki Fukasawa’s journeyed from Sagamihara City, Japan, to Arcata, Calif. in his pursuit of playing baseball in America. “My lifelong dream was to play baseball in America and now I am,” Fukasawa said. Fukasawa is a

Freshmen Tyler Green getting ready to go up for his lay up against Cal State LA in the Jack's Arena. Green ended the game with 5 points that day. | Juan Herrera

Humboldt State loses, but makes CCAA tournament

Humboldt State’s loss to San Francisco State Saturday didn’t knock them out of the California Collegiate Athletic Association [CCAA] Men’s Basketball Tournament. Humboldt was the last team to guarantee their spot as the eighth and final seed in the tournament.

The Humboldt State Hogs Men's Lacrosse team holding up their sticks as they break away from a timeout. Men’s Lacrosse ended up losing 13-3 against Sierra Nevada College at Humboldt States College Creek events field on Saturday Feb. 25, 2017. | Juan Herrera

Humboldt Hogs ready for redemption

By | Andre Hascall Men’s lacrosse player Shane Hayes played one of his best games so far, being awarded with Humboldt’s player of the game sledgehammer on Feb.25. Despite losing 13-3 to  Sierra Nevada College at their home field, Humboldt

Grace Hall, HSU sprinter, running her hardest on her second lap during the women's 800 meter race on Saturday Feb. 18, 2017. | Juan Herrera

Green and Gold Open Kicks Off Track Season

By Keaundrey Clark Humboldt State’s track and field began the 2017 season with the annual Green and Gold Open Saturday at the Redwood Bowl. The intrasquad scrimmage, which hosts visitors from College of the Redwoods and local participants, gave the

Winning in Intramurals takes friends

By Curran Daly If you grew up playing sports then you might find it difficult to give them up once you start college. Intramural sports offer a way to keep playing sports and meet new people. Logan Ashdale, a junior

Freshmen Tyler Green getting ready to go up for his lay up against Cal State LA in the Jack's Arena. Green ended the game with 5 points that day. | Juan Herrera

Jacks Pass

By Keaundrey Clark Jacks Pass Men’s Basketball Humboldt State men’s basketball team saw its three-game winning streak snapped this past weekend as they lost 88-67 to UC San Diego Saturday Night. Sophomore Nikhil Lizotte led the Jacks in scoring. He

Humboldt State Football Recruiting

By Danny Dunn Humboldt State’s head football Coach Rob Smith understands that there is a stigma that comes with recruiting at Humboldt. “We address the marijuana reputation head on and say yes that element exists here, but we think it

NBA Trade Deadline

By Danny Dunn With All-Star weekend in the rearview mirror, NBA teams can now focus on the trade deadline. Unlike other sports, a decent amount of trades actually get made in the NBA. There have already been several trades throughout

HSU Logging Sports Came, Sawed, and Conquered

by Kelly Bessem All 10 members of the Humboldt State logging sports team scored first place in at least one event during this year’s Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference in Redding, Calif. Humboldt State, Cal Poly, Shasta College, and UC Berkeley all

HSU Track Ready for the Road Ahead

By Andre Hascall As we enter February, track and field athletes are getting ready for the season. Humboldt State University Track and Field will start it’s season with their annual Green and Gold meet. The Green and Gold meet will

Jacks Pass

By Keaundrey Clark Men’s Basketball lMalik Morgan scored a season-high 22 points  as Humboldt State men’s basketball beat to Cal Poly Pomona, 71-60 Saturday in Lumberjack Arena. Morgan accounted for 11 of the his 22  points in the second half.

Oklahoma fans “boo” their ex

By Danny Dunn Chants of “Cupcake!” were heard throughout the arena in Oklahoma city when Kevin Durant returned to his former arena. Durant had a bitter-sweet night in his first game back in Oklahoma, since signing with the Golden State

Freshman athletes adjust to college sports

By Curran Daly Freshman basketball player Kellen Gerig had yet to start a college game. In his first start of the season he played for 17 minutes. In high school, Gerig scored 26.1 points per game and lead his team