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Title IX impacts men’s athletics with unintended effects

Title IX impacts men’s athletics with unintended effects

Andrew Brown

April 7, 2016

Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 has helped provide an avenue for female college students to be more involved in NCAA-sanctioned sports. Athletics was just one factor in a long list of changes the act created, but with sports being a financial juggernaut, it has been the most di...

Sports clubs a way to enhance your college experience

Sports clubs a way to enhance your college experience

Spencer Thompson

March 18, 2016

Whether academic, social, spiritual, or athletic, there is a wide variety of ways for students to define their own college experience. One of these ways of getting involved is to join a Sports Club. The Sacramento State Sport Club program consists of 19 highly competitive clubs that compete against ...

Racquetball club lacking members for competition

By Aaron Asmus

December 4, 2014

The racquetball courts at The Well are something many students pass by on the second floor, but not many know about the growing racquetball club here at Sacramento State. The club is dedicated to providing a fun and laid-back environment when learning and teaching the sport to new members. Damon Trege...

Sacramento State baseball club closes inaugural season

State Hornet Staff

April 29, 2014

While Sacramento State baseball is currently leading the Western Athletic Conference, there is a club baseball team that is slowly establishing themselves as one of the more diverse clubs on campus.Founded by Dennis Chen, who took on the role as president, the Sac State baseball club just concluded it...

Ice hockey’s impressive season

Garrett Riendeau

February 19, 2014

The Sacramento State men’s ice hockey club finished with a strong regular season record of 8-4.  This record earned them the number four seed in the playoffs and a matchup with the top seeded Polar Bears of Santa Rosa Junior College.  Unfortunately the Hornets were unable to keep up with the Polar be...

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