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Sacramento State has partnered with the Sacramento Kings and the Sacramento Sports Commission to bring March Madness back to the city in 2017 – and will serve as the official host school for the first two rounds of the prestigious NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

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The inaugural Provost’s Student Research Showcase offered undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to present their research, and scholarly and creative activities to the campus community in poster format.

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Sacramento State’s biomedical team recently was cited as the one best positioned to bring advanced laboratory research to the marketplace.

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Sacramento State’s Office of Water Programs (OWP) and the City of Sacramento have been awarded $3 million in Proposition 84 clean-water funding from the State Water Resources Control Board.

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Middle-distance runner Lea Wallace, an American record-holder in the 4x800 relay, was one of Sacramento State's most celebrated student-athletes. And her legacy of speed lives on.

Lea Wallace's wildly successful Sacramento State track career earned her the title of greatest 800-meter runner in Big Sky Conference history. Her story is not without heartbreak, however, and that in part fuels the now-professional runner, who was part of an 800-meter relay team that shattered a longstanding American record. Her sights now are trained on the 2016 Summer Games.

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