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Volleyball Dons crush Canada Colts 3-2

Matthew Fernandez, Photo Editor
November 7, 2016
Filed under Sports, volleyball

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Soccer on football field

Jamie Lamping, Staff Reporter
October 23, 2016
Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer

The Flint Garage’s temporary closure affects all students and faculty on De Anza. But with parking being rerouted to the soccer and baseball fields, it doesn’t affect anyone more than the coaches and athletes on De Anza. The soccer and baseball fields will be used for parking until the Flint center...

Save lives, ban football

Save lives, ban football

Jamie Lamping, Staff Reporter
October 23, 2016
Filed under Football, Opinions, Sports

College football is a pastime culturally embedded into the social fabric of American society, a ritual of entertainment and pride. But college is first and foremost an environment dedicated to education; there is no inherent reason beyond tradition for football to remain in the academic setting. In...

Track and field coach encourages athletes to progress

Will Savage, Staff Writer
June 21, 2016
Filed under Sports

For De Anza College Cross Country and Track and Field coach Nick Mattis, it was only a matter of time before he started coaching track and field; it’s in his blood. Born in Iowa, Mattis’ father served as a High School Cross Country and Track and Field coach and continues coaching today after 4...

Workout plans for the summer

Frank Bellido, Staff Reporter
June 21, 2016
Filed under Sports

You probably didn’t have the time to be as active as you could have been because you were too busy with school, work and what not.  But summer’s coming up and now you have some extra time on your hands. What better way to spend that time than by starting a workout plan to get in shape, if yo...

2016 De Anza student athlete transfer destinations

2016 De Anza student athlete transfer destinations

June 14, 2016
Filed under Sports

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Dodge, duck, dip and release stress

Dodge, duck, dip and release stress

Walter Teng- Tran, Staff Writer
June 14, 2016
Filed under Sports

As the quarter draws to a close, many students are trying to find ways to beat the heat and unwind before finals. The DASB Senate had the solution in the form of the annual dodgeball tournament on June 3.   The gym was filled with participants and spectators alike, as teams battled against each...

The punch baseball needs to wake up

The punch baseball needs to wake up

Jacob Sisneros, Staff Writer
June 12, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper caused a media kerfuffle when he debuted a hat that read “Make Baseball Fun Again.” Rougned Odor and Yordano Ventura have delivered. Ventura was handed a nine-game suspension Wednesday June 9 for his 99-mph fastball to the back of Baltimore Orioles’ third baseman...

Why you shouldn’t make the trip to the Rio Olympics

Greg Schrader, Opinions Editor
June 9, 2016
Filed under Opinions, Slideshows, Sports, Uncategorized

From infectious diseases and workers on strike to the mosquito infested swimming pools and consistent delays in construction of infrastructure, a disaster is slowly taking form at the Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics. We must not support sporting events wherein livelihoods and lives are endangere...

Sharks on the way to their first Stanley Cup finals

Thomas Pham, Staff Reporter
June 9, 2016
Filed under Sports

For the first time in 25 seasons, the San Jose Sharks will play in the Stanley Cup finals. After defeating the LA Kings, The Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues in sequential rounds to claim the stacked Western Conference, they will face the Pittsburgh Penguins in the season finale. ...