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Sacramento State University Hornets iPhone Wallpapers

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Sacramento State University Hornets iPhone Wallpapers

How to save an image from your iPhone
Click on one of the thumbnails. When the larger image loads, press down on the iPhone wallpaper until “Save Image” appears. Go to your Photos App on your iPhone and from there you will be able to set it as your iPhone wallpaper. For more info, check out our How to use page to find out how to add and set wallpaper on your iPhone.

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Vintage track standouts sign with Sacramento area colleges – Napa Valley Register

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Napa Valley Register
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Vintage track standouts sign with Sacramento area colleges
Napa Valley Register
… who owns school records in the 400 meters and 4×400 meter relay, signed with Sacramento State. The Hornets won the title at the 2017 Big Sky Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Sotelo, a hurdler, signed with William Jessup University, …

Rancho Mirage baseball star Ryan Rodriguez picks Sacramento State – The Desert Sun

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The Desert Sun
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Rancho Mirage baseball star Ryan Rodriguez picks Sacramento State
The Desert Sun
Rodriguez, the standout shortstop for the De Anza League champion Rattlers, has made his college decision, and he will play baseball next school year at Sacramento State University. The Hornets had what he was looking for. "When I went on my visit

How much more did Sac State’s graduation cost at Golden 1 Center than at Sleep Train? – Sacramento Bee

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Sacramento Bee
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How much more did Sac State's graduation cost at Golden 1 Center than at Sleep Train?
Sacramento Bee
Sacramento State is bucking the trend of many public universities, which have scaled back graduation ceremonies as states reduce funding, said Judith Wilde, a professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University in Virginia

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