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Aaron Tomlinson, 20, psychology major is on Feb. 14 looking to make a pass on Feb. 14 against Cabrillo College.

Men’s basketball suffer a season ending loss

Lianna Martinez, Staff Reporter | February 27, 2020

De Anza men’s basketball team took a hard loss on Feb. 14 against Cabrillo College, ending all hopes of making it to the postseason. Having already lost once to Cabrillo on Jan. 22, De Anza knew they...

(Left #11) Danielle Gezzi, 20, kinesiology major and (Right #10) Anisah Douglas, 19, kinesiology major blocking opponent.

Women’s basketball inch closer to conference title with win over Cabrillo College

Kassandra Zeledon, Staff Reporter | February 19, 2020

The De Anza women’s basketball team has won two in a row after beating out Cabrillo College by a score of 72-62 on Valentine's Day. The team’s confidence and hard work was shown throughout the game...

De Anza women's basketball team warming up before game against San Jose City College.

Women’s basketball starts off strong: First place in conference

Travis Wynn, Staff Reporter | January 28, 2020

After an overtime loss against Cabrillo College, the De Anza women’s basketball has an overall record of 11-9. Cleo Goodwin, 19, guard, said the team is stronger than ever. With their most recent loss,...

No placement tests or prerequisites can risk higher failure rates at transfer level

Abhiram Rishi Prattipati, Staff Reporter | May 7, 2019

Students can now register in transfer level courses such as EWRT 1A, precalculus, and statistics without taking any prerequisites and placement tests with the AB705 bill. The bill requires community...

Blake Uyehara, guard, battles against two defenders as he looks to pass at the Jan. 23 home game.

Men’s basketball suffers narrow loss once again

Gabriel Barrenechea, Staff Reporter | February 7, 2019

The De Anza College Men's Basketball fell short in beating Cabrillo College Jan. 23, losing 81-75. The game was of high energy and was filled with potential highlight reels throughout the match. Dominic...

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