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Senate attempts sports spirit revival

Senate attempts sports spirit revival

Amira Farah
November 14, 2010
Filed under Sports

"Hola! Que Pasa … De Anza en LA CASA!" The loud and grammatically incorrect cheer rang through the stands during De Anza College's football game against Los Medanos College Nov. 6. The De Anza Associated Student Body Senate's Diversity and Events and Marketing committees planned a pre-game ta...

Mens soccer trumps trojans

Mens soccer trumps trojans

Suneui Kim, Staff Writer
November 14, 2010
Filed under Sports

The De Anza College men's soccer team earned a 3-0 victory against the Skyline College Trojans on the Don's home field Nov. 5. The first 40 minutes of the match was a stalemate. Both teams struggled at midfield for ball possession. The Dons' strategy was to use a side attack from  direct passes from...

De Anza Men’s Soccer Extend a Winning Streak

De Anza Men’s Soccer Extend a Winning Streak

Suneui Kim
November 8, 2010
Filed under Sports

The De Anza College men's soccer team achieved a victory against the Skyline College at the home field on November 5th, 3-0. In every sports game, there are two main ways to earn a victory: one is a dominant performance, and another is grabbing chances through opponent's mistakes. Dons mainly used...

The inside scoop on the UNR transfer program for athletes

Helen Koh
November 6, 2010
Filed under Sports

According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the University of Nevada, Reno qualifies as a Division I school, which is the highest out of three division levels, making it the most stringent upon requirements for all student athletes.  In terms of athletes transferring to UNR, "it ...

Dons sweep Skyline

Dons sweep Skyline

Suneui Kim
November 1, 2010
Filed under Sports

The De Anza college women's volleyball team earned a second consecutive sweep against Skyline College in the De Anza Main Gym Oct. 27.  The Dons improved to 10-9 overall in the conference with a 3-0 victory. The women's volleyball team needed to achieve at least a 50 percent winning rate in order to...

Women’s soccer maintains perfect home record

Women’s soccer maintains perfect home record

April Seo
October 28, 2010
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

The De Anza College women's soccer team earned another win on home turf against the Monterey Peninsula College Lobos on Oct. 22, 4-0.  The Dons have not slowed down their momentum. With no games left to lose, the team was determined to win the game, bringing them one step closer to the playoffs....

De Anza scores new gym equipment

Vince Cestone
October 24, 2010
Filed under Sports

  The De Anza College Fitness Center will have new gym equipment beginning winter or spring quarter, replacing the old machinery after 10 years, Physical Education Department Dean Rich Schroeder said. The new fitness equipment is funded by measure C, a $490.8 million bond. On June 6, 2006, voters ...

Women’s soccer loses to Skyline

Women’s soccer loses to Skyline

Sylvie H. Belinga
October 23, 2010
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

The women's soccer game on Oct. 15 against Skyline College was a defeat for the De Anza College Dons. The game began intensely with both teams on the hunt for goals. Skyline had a very tight defense, which made it difficult for De Anza to score. During the middle of the first-half, Skyline was award...

Badminton Club finds new life, new people

William Ferguson
October 23, 2010
Filed under Sports

The world of sports includes numerous games from a variety of countries.  From the fanciful footwork of soccer, to the strong abilities of boxing, the word "sports" encompasses each of these athletic attributes. De Anza College has made a revival of another sport requiring both the flight of legs a...

Mens soccer defeats Chabot 3 to 1

Spencer Williams, Staff Writer
October 16, 2010
Filed under Sports

De Anza took its game against Chabot by charge Oct. 6, winning the game 3-1. The game started out with strong defense from both teams. "Lets go DA!" fans shouted numerous times throughout the game, urging the team to keep up the hard work. The game got more intense as it pushed on. Then, 35...