The State Hornet

Sacramento State’s Summer Menke (11) goes up strong for a layup against Portland State’s Desirae Hansen (53) during the first quarter in the conference game at the Nest at Sac State in Sacramento, California, Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021. Menke had a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds.
Sac State women’s basketball still winless after loss with head coach out due to COVID protocol
Garry Singh January 9, 2021
The Sac State women’s basketball team lost to Portland State women’s basketball team in the forth home game of the season 74-64, which adds another loss to a win less season so far.
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Sac State track and field assistant coach Kimberly Graham-Miller poses at the Hornet Stadium Monday, Oct. 26. Graham-Miller discussed the importance of female empowerment and support in athletics.
Women at Sac State speak out on gender inequalities within athletics
Jenna Cooper November 16, 2020
Sacramento State athletes discussed the importance of coaching opportunities and female representation in the male-dominated athletics.
Sacramento State’s Samaad Hector (0) goes up strong to make the layup during the second half in the conference opener in the game against the University of Idaho at The Nest at Sac State Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020. Hector said the schedule changes up the competitive ante on the court.
Sac State athletes react to Big Sky Conference 2020-21 schedule changes
Katerina Graziosi December 16, 2020
The Big Sky Conference released adjusted schedules for winter and spring sports including men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and women’s soccer for the 2020-21 season. Sacramento State athletes are adjusting to the changes made to minimize travel and risk of exposure to COVID-19.
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OPINION: The NFL has fumbled the ball with its handling of COVID-19
Jordan Parker December 3, 2020
Opinion writer Jordan Parker outlines why the NFL is at fault for the coronavirus outbreak occurring at multiple team facilities over the course of the season.
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