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The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Adam Camarena

Adam Camarena, Sports Staffer

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Adam Camarena is a fourth-year transfer student majoring in journalism and in his first semester at The State Hornet. He was previously an editor for Cosumnes River College's publication, The Connection, and a broadcast journalist at Long Beach State. His career goal is to become a sports media member.

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Senior forward Solape Amusan sets up in front of a defender against Northern Arizona on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024. Amusan had 12 points and four rebounds against the Montana State Bobcats on Saturday.

Senior Day soured as Sac State drops home finale

Rebounding woes haunt Sac State as they lose the battle of the glass
Adam Camarena, Staffer
February 29, 2024
Sacramento State shows too little too late as they let a win slip away in their home finale
Redshirt sophomore guard Benthe Versteeg finds herself in the corner scanning the court for a possible lane to the basket Thursday, Feb. 22, 2024 at The Nest. She finished the game against Montana Thursday with 18 points and 5 rebounds.

Fouls plague Sac State down the stretch in a tough loss

A double-digit lead for Sac State vanishes after fouls pile up late
Adam Camarena, Staffer
February 24, 2024
Sac State falls in a heartbreaking loss to Montana Grizzlies after decisive calls down the stretch.
Redshirt sophomore guard Benthe Versteeg looks to pass on a drive to the basket against the Idaho State Bengals Thursday, Feb 8, 2024. Versteeg had a team-high nine assists

Sac State’s stellar defense leads to two conference wins

The Hornets’ 31-point victory was their largest win this season
Adam Camarena and Jahson Nahal
February 13, 2024
The Sacramento State Hornets women’s basketball team improved to 3-9 in Big Sky Conference play after wins against the Idaho State Bengals and Weber State Wildcats.
Sophomore guard Benthe Versteeg ready to inbound the ball against the Portland Vikings Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024, at The Nest. Versteeg played the entire game and scored 10 points for Sacramento State.

Sac State splits conference matchups in a pair of high-scoring affairs

The Hornets scored a season-high 72 points in their win Saturday
Adam Camarena and Jahson Nahal
February 8, 2024
The Sacramento State Hornets women’s basketball team got their first Big Sky Conference win of the season against the Portland State Vikings on Saturday but followed it up with a loss to the Idaho Vandals on Monday.
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