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Track and field team optimistic going into final meets

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter | May 6, 2019

Poor weather, sickness and injury could not keep the De Anza College men’s and women’s track and field teams down this season, as both teams said they are looking forward to competing in the Coast Conference Championships. Head coach Nick Mattis said the season has been progressing well, despite the problems the teams have experienced. “The girls have only been beaten by one junior...

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De Anza men’s baseball seizes a heartfelt win in their final home game of the season

Yoorim Cho, Staff Reporter | May 2, 2019

De Anza College baseball team turned the tide and defeated Chabot 7-5 after a massive home run on April 23. De Anza led with three runs in the bottom of the first inning, before Chabot scored three runs in the third inning and two more at the top of the fourth. De Anza stopped Chabot’s momentum in the fifth inning and tied the game. Outfielder James Halpin, 20, communications major, hit...

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De Anza blows four run lead against Mission

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter | April 28, 2019

The De Anza College men’s baseball team suffered a come-from-behind loss to Mission College on April 18, losing 9-7. De Anza lead 5-1 after five innings but Mission outperformed them in the last four. De Anza took the lead right away, scoring a run in the first inning. A solo home run by Mission in the second inning tied the score before De Anza scored four runs in the fourth inning. After...

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Ashley Gonzalez, Staff Reporter | April 8, 2019

A sport is defined as “an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.” Despite us entering an era where gaming and esports continue to grow popular, sports should still carry the same definition. The American space opera, Star Wars, created by George Lucas, introduced lightsabers long ago, and has now somehow...

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Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter | April 8, 2019

De Anza College students and staff mourn the loss and remember the life of assistant football coach Nate Garnica, who died on March 17. He succumbed to heart failure at his grandmother’s house and was unable to be revived, head football coach Tony Santos said. He was 34 years old. He coached at De Anza for a little over one year, after playing for the team in 2008 and 2010, Santos said. He also...

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DA Voices: Have you been to a De Anza sports game? How much do you know about De Anza sports?

Ashley Gonzalez, Staff Reporter | April 3, 2019

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