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De Anza Suffers close loss against Monterey Peninsula

De Anza's baseball team gather around after a close game.

Anthony Lucido, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2020

The De Anza College baseball team suffered a close 3-2 loss against Monterey Peninsula College on March 12. Despite the final score, Kody Decker, 21, criminal law major was quite happy with the way things turned out. “There was a lot of improvement, everyone’s growing and we’re more of a...

Men’s baseball team flops

Anthony Sortino, 20, liberal arts major, runs back towards first base in a 14-1 loss on March 3 against Mission College.

Lauren Locquiao, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2020

De Anza Dons give up 10 runs in last two innings With a score of 14-1, De Anza lost against Mission College on March 3 but it was the latter half of the game that was the deal breaker. The Dons held on through the first six innings after only letting four runners score but the chemistry and mome...

Players, new coach amped up for baseball season

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter

January 28, 2020

With a new head coach and the season freshly under way, the De Anza men’s baseball team hopes their busy offseason and improving team chemistry will lead them to a successful spring. Getting the team together proved to be a process for new head coach Don Watkins, who joined the program in August. ...

De Anza men’s baseball faced injuries, tough season

Centerfielder Anthony Sortino leaves the batters box after making contact in De Anza's 9-7 loss on April 18.

Francisco Medina, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2019

The De Anza College baseball team concluded their season with a record of 12-24-1. Head Coach Erick Raich said the tough schedule and recurring injuries heavily impacted the results of the baseball team. “On paper, this was the most talented team that we’ve had come through in a long time,” said Raic...

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

George Chapa, 20, a communications major, keeping De Anza's lead with great pitching.

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 momen...

De Anza blows four run lead against Mission

Catcher Scott Fernald watches as a Mission player beats the throw home to score in De Anza's 9-7 loss on April 18.

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...

Dons baseball crushed in big loss

Antonio Triest Escobar, 19, communications major, looks for the right pitch against San Mateo in a home game on March 12.

Gabriel Barrenechea, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2019

The De Anza College baseball team took a big 16-4 loss at home on Tuesday March 12 against San Mateo College. San Mateo were ahead of De Anza from the get go. The first 3 innings went slow but the top of the fourth was when it all went downhill for the Dons. Head coach Erick Raich visibly showed frustration d...

Dons Baseball struggle in second loss of season

Dons Baseball struggle in second loss of season

Miles Voci, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

De Anza College’s baseball team fell to their second loss of the season on Tuesday, Jan. 29, losing by a score of 11-3. The visiting Santa Rosa Bearcats took advantage of a big eight inning were they scored eight runs. A tightly contested match throughout, the Dons scored two consecutive runs at the b...

Men’s baseball raring to kick off season in hopes of playoff berth

Samio Uze, 18, business major, Third Baseman, getting ready for his round on the scrimmage game.

Jaclyn Lim, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2019

The De Anza College Baseball team are prepared for their season this year, with hopes of clinching a playoff berth. Despite the gloomy weather, pitching coach Matt Risko assures that no problem is too big for the team to overcome. “It wouldn’t be De Anza baseball without a little bit of adversity with the rain coming in buckets the last couple w...