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Student athlete Elliot Daniels, 18, nursing major, stands on the De Anza College track on Thursday Nov. 17.

Record breaking cross country star crushes the competition

Abel Tariku, Staff Reporter | December 4, 2022

Many people get their morning coffee or head to school or work at 8 a.m., but De Anza College freshman Elliot Daniels gets ready to run his daily five miles. After his run, the 18-year-old nursing major...

Cesar Cornejo taking a breather while playing against Cañada Colleges team at De Anzas soccer field on Nov. 4.

Soccer captain Cesar Cornejo knows what it takes to be a leader

Sabrina Jiang | November 20, 2022

Twenty-year-old kinesiology major, Cesar Cornejo is one of the captains on De Anza College’s men's soccer team.  Cornejo showcases his leadership skills on and off the field, constantly pushing his...

De Anza mens soccer team running laps during practice on the soccer field on Nov. 2.

Men’s soccer enters 2022 playoffs with a championship on its minds

Andrea Saldana | November 19, 2022

The state championships are around the corner — the California Community College Athletic Association expanded up to 24 soccer teams for the 2022 playoffs, which means more competition.  After an...

The mens soccer coaches, Mark “Rusty” Johnson (left) and Roheet “Roh” Sen (right), walking on the field after the first half of a soccer game on Nov. 4.

Men’s soccer coaches hit 100 career wins

Emma Caires | November 19, 2022

The tactical, precise game-planning of head coach Mark Johnson blends with the fiery passion from assistant coach Roheet Sen to create De Anza College’s highly successful men’s soccer program. Johnson...

The current softball field to be converted into a beach volleyball facility.

Planning begins for De Anza’s first beach volleyball facility

Anisa Qadir | November 13, 2022

De Anza College has begun planning for a new beach volleyball facility to replace the current softball field, with construction dates to be finalized.  Beach volleyball has been one of the fastest...

De Anza College football’s first loss of the season to Los Medanos

De Anza College football’s first loss of the season to Los Medanos

Michael Marowelli, Staff Reporter | October 9, 2022

After a strong winning streak this season, Los Medanos College’s Football team beat De Anza College, 35-20 on Oct. 1, leaving De Anza 4-1 overall. The game went back and forth, proving both teams' players...

Coach DAgostino outlines a play for a group of offensive players at spring practice.

For new De Anza head football coach Joe D’Agostino, it’s about more than just wins and losses

Nathan Canilao, Reporter | June 1, 2022

7 a.m.- De Anza College’s new Head Football Coach Joe D’Agostino is woken up by his iPhone alarm. He gets a quick breakfast and heads to campus.  7:30 a.m.- He unlocks the door to the weight room...

On April 28, Starting Pitcher Jason Hartwick pitched 5.1 innings in his second longest start of the season.

De Anza drop baseball season finale against a dominant Hartnell offense 10-6

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | May 10, 2022

CUPERTINO-- The De Anza Mountain Lions pitching couldn’t stop Hartnell’s explosive offense in their final loss of the 2022 season on April 28, finishing with a disappointing 6-34 record. The Mountain...

Assistant coach Jay Dinh (right) teaches a technique to  Kiana Torres Carrillo (left) at De Anza College on April 20.

De Anza’s women’s badminton team returns from the pandemic with a chance to fight for the state championship

Jerry Chen, Reporter | April 28, 2022

After two years of being shut down by the pandemic, De Anza College's women's badminton team made their first return to official competition this year. The majority of the team, including the coaches,...

Pitcher Jacob Soto was key player in the De Anza comeback. He pitched two shutout innings and struck out two batters to hold the Renegades scoreless in the seventh and eighth innings.

The almost-Cinderella Story: How the Mountain Lions came close to upsetting the No. 1 team in the state

Nathan Canilao, Reporter | April 28, 2022

CUPERTINO– Alex Woo wasn’t having the best of games. When he stepped up to the plate in the eighth inning, he was already 0-for-2, including striking out looking on an offspeed pitch in the third inning.  But...

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