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The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor

Swarm Report #4: Updates on football, volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer

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Made in Canva by Evan Patocka

Join staffers Evan Patocka and Orlando Fuller as they discuss how Sacramento State sports have been doing the past few weeks. Orlando talks about how football is doing after their loss against Idaho three weeks ago, and how the volleyball team is on the rise.

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Evan discusses the men’s and women’s soccer teams, and how the men’s team has hit major lows, while the women’s team prepares for the conference playoffs.

Show Notes:

11 games without a win: Sac State men’s soccer loses to UC Santa Barbara
Sac State struggles while Montana State runs away with victory
Sac State fails to secure a win over the weekend coming up with two draws instead
Sac State escapes own mistakes to beat Northern Colorado
Sac State volleyball errors cost them against Weber State
Sac State men’s soccer’s scoring woes have led to a winless streak
Sac State volleyball serves up two road wins
‘I’m really proud of him’: Sac State safety elevates to hero against Northern Arizona

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About the Contributors
Evan Patocka, Podcast Staffer
(he/him) Evan Patocka is a senior majoring in communication studies and minoring in journalism. A native of San Diego, he joined The State Hornet in fall 2023. He hopes to pursue a career in sports broadcasting.
Orlando Fuller, Sports Staffer
(he/him) Orlando Fuller is in his senior year, graduating in May. As well as majoring in journalism he hopes to become a sports reporter or investigative journalist.
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