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Swarm Report #5: Basketball season, volleyball’s win streak, the ups and downs of football

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In this episode of Swarm Report, staffers Evan Patocka and Orlando Fuller talk about the results of every game in Sac State sports from the past two weeks.

Evan talks about the first game of the women’s basketball season, along with the results from the last games in both men’s and women’s soccer and the volleyball team’s win streak.

RELATED: Sac State women’s soccer captain treats her team like family

Orlando talks about the football games against Idaho State and Montana. He also discusses the men’s basketball team and their first game against Nevada.

Show notes:
Sac State’s freshman shine as Hornets trounce Idaho State
Sac State runs out of gas early against Montana
Victory at last: Sac State knocks off UC Davis in season finale
Sac State women’s soccer chokes in the Big Sky quarterfinals

Volleyball weekend ends with two wins, tears and smiles

Washington rains threes on Sac State women’s basketball in season opener

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About the Contributors
Evan Patocka
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
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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