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Swarm Report #6: Women’s volleyball wins Big Sky regular season and playoff football continues dancing

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In episode six of Swarm Report, staffers Evan Patocka and Orlando Fuller talk about the recent sports news.

Evan talks about the last three football games, including round one of the FCS playoff tournament, as well as volleyball’s end of the regular season and Big Sky tournament performance.

RELATED: Hornet volleyball leaves Montana with a Big Sky trophy

Orlando talks about the men’s and women’s basketball teams and their slow starts to the season.

 

Show notes:

Hornets’ potent offense secures a win over Cal Poly
Hornet volleyball leaves Montana with a Big Sky trophy

Portland State serves Sac State volleyball their second Big Sky loss
Sac State suffers a pair of double-digit defeats
Home opener for men’s basketball is full of records
Sac State gets shut down in must-win Causeway Classic
Sac State’s high-powered offense lifts Hornets over Fighting Hawks
Sac State struggles to limit scoring runs in consecutive losses

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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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