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First win in the bag as baseball kick off season

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

The De Anza Dons baseball team started their season off with a win on Jan. 25, defeating the Yuba 49ers by a score of 6-4. The Dons ran aggressively and took advantage of multiple errors by Yuba to score early and never gave up the lead. First baseman Sean Rooney, 19, business major, helped lead t...

Women’s basketball displays strong team spirit despite multiple adversities

Key injuries to team players left coach Mike Allen with a tactical headache during a home game on Jan. 11.

Jaclyn Lim, Staff Reporter

January 28, 2019

With a current standing of 3-13, De Anza College’s women’s basketball team is dealing with an increasing number of adversities as the season continues. However, head coach Mike Allen remains upbeat about his team’s position. “I’m trying to stay away from the negatives and focus on th...

The new faces of De Anza Football

The new faces of De Anza Football

Audrey Marques, Sports Editor

October 5, 2018

The De Anza College football team looks to the fall 2018 season with confidence. Less than a month into the season, the Dons have a win-loss record of 3-1 following a 29-0 home game victory against Gavilan College on September 15. Head Coach Tony Santos says that team dynamics are promising, “I think the sky’s the limit. We are very competitive. Our freshme...

Dons fight off Gavilan College for first home win of season

Cooper Wilson (33), wing, sets for a free throw in a game against Gavilan College that came down to the wire on Friday, Jan. 15.

Sergio Valencia, Staff Writer

January 23, 2016

De Anza men’s basketball rallies after getting into early foul trouble to earn their first home win of the season with a 70-68 win over the Gavilan College Rams on Friday, Jan. 15. An unheralded hero carried the Dons to its first home victory on Friday night. Freshman guard Jeremy Ishimaru came off ...

Men’s soccer slaughters Ohlone College

De Anza Forward Fiston Kizungu (13) battles with an Ohlone player in the Dons 6-0 win on Friday Oct 23.

Anthony Montes, Sports Editor

October 27, 2015

A masterful offensive performance by the De Anza men’s soccer team, including a hat trick by forward Miguel Castillo, resulted in a 6-0 drubbing of Ohlone College on Friday, Oct. 23. The Dons wasted no time getting on the board, scoring twice inside the first six minutes. Both goals came off the...

Dons blank Canada College, win fifth straight

De Anza Forward Sahr Mattia maneuvers through Canada College defenders in the Dons' 2-0 win against Canada College.

Steven Ding, Staff Writer

October 13, 2015

The De Anza men's soccer team defeated Canada College 2-0 on Friday Oct. 9, marking their fifth consecutive victory and second consecutive shutout. Wearing pink jerseys for breast cancer awareness, De Anza College dominated control of the ball, and created a multitude of scoring opportunities throughout...

Soccer star leads quietly

Soccer star leads quietly

Anthony Montes, Sport's Editor

October 4, 2015

He speaks softly, but carries a big stick on the pitch. Milpitas native, Daniel Galvan, 20, a journalism major, returned as a team co-captain and starting midfielder for the De Anza Dons after the 2014 season when the team reached the semifinals of the CCCAA Soccer Championship. “Last...

SJ Earthquakes Player Balances Ball and Books

SJ Earthquakes Player Balances Ball and Books

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Staff Writer

March 17, 2015

You think being a De Anza College student is difficult? Try playing professional soccer at the same time. That’s the life of Gustavo Silva, 22, and he’s loving it. Silva currently plays center back/leftback for the San Jose Earthquakes. Silva has been playing soccer for as long as he can remember....

Paying college athletes?

Phelan O'Bryan, Photographer

September 20, 2013

A hot topic in the sports world today concerns whether college student-athletes should be paid  or not. Athletes at the college level are still students who are pursuing an education and a career path. While it is true that most of them are pursuing a career path of becoming professional sports players,...