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From left: Dean of physical education and athletics Eric Mendoza, Coach John Beam and Coach John Mosley at the most recent MOMENTUM event hosted by De Anza college on May 15 via Zoom.

Dean’s Momentum Series: Conversation and reflection on Netflix’s ‘Last Chance U’

Anisa Qadir | May 21, 2023

In De Anza’s ongoing Dean’s Momentum Series, two athletic coaches from the Netflix series “Last Chance U” shared their individual journeys and personal careers when working with community college...

From left, Sebastian Davila, 24, pushes a Foothill player while Keyshawn Avila, 44, holds the Foothill player back on Nov. 19 at Foothill Colleges football stadium.

De Anza’s 2022 football season comes to an end with a 27-13 loss to its rivals the Foothill College Owls

Abel Tariku, Staff Reporter | December 10, 2022

The De Anza College Mountain Lions faced the Foothill College Owls for the final game of the regular 2022 football season on Saturday Nov. 19, losing 27-13. After starting 5-1, the Mountain Lions ended...

De Anza College is on the offensive side at the line of scrimmage. They played the Foothill College Owls at the Saturday game on Nov. 19.

De Anza football fall 2022 season recap: New coach lights a spark

Michael Marowelli, Staff Reporter | December 10, 2022

The De Anza College football team went undefeated in the month of September with a 4-0 record. However, after beating the Yuba College 49ers in week seven, the ship started to sink, and they finished the...

Iretunde Akinsola, 20, a computer science major, immigrated to the Bay Area when he was a sophomore in high school. Six years later, he is thriving as a student-athlete at De Anza College.

Iretunde Akinsola hails from Nigeria, but has found a new home

Kevin Nguyen, Freelance Reporter | December 9, 2022

Iretunde Akinsola speaks with a kind of certainty that is initially disarming when he tells you what his plans for the future are once he finishes his career at De Anza College.  “I’m going to...

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...

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De Anza students make Super Bowl predictions

Jordan Soto, Reporter | February 4, 2021
As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prepare to play against the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl LV, De Anza College students are split on who will win.

Revenue games unethical, unjust

Saman Mashayekhi, Opinions Editor | January 29, 2020

To keep your dignity or to get a huge chunk of money, that is the question. Revenue games or as others call it “mismatch” or “paycheck” games are set up between a powerhouse college team and a...

Football Player Spotlight: Javon Sturns, RB

Kathleen Quinn and Dylan Newman | December 9, 2019

Javon Sturns, 20, business major, balances his academics with his athletic life playing as a running back for De Anza Football.  

Colin Kaepernick deserves another shot in the NFL

Daniel Arriaga, Staff Reporter | December 5, 2019

Colin Kaepernick is one of the most notorious names in the NFL due to his stand against the NFL that cost him his career as a quarterback in the league. I believe if the league were to give Colin Kaepernick...

Starting quarterback Oliver Svrsky, 22, credits his family for his success.

Star quarterback praises family and football

Nathalia Moran, Staff Reporter | November 13, 2019

His parents put him on the soccer team as a child, but another parent suggested to his mom that football seemed more suited to his energetic and rough playing style. So began the football career...

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