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Spring sports come to a halt in light of the Coronavirus

Spring sports come to a halt in light of the Coronavirus

Anthony Lucido, Staff Reporter | March 31, 2020

On Thursday, March 19, the California Community College Athletics Association (CCCAA) Board of Directors announced that the remainder of the 2020 spring sports season will be canceled due to the increased...

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Ex-De Anza women softball players find welcome at Foothill

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter | February 18, 2020

The De Anza College softball season was cancelled this year after an exodus of players due in large part to issues with communication between former head coach Jason Bugg and players. The fall of 2019...

Athletic director Kulwat Singh, mens and womens water polo coach Danielle Altman and assistant athletic director Nick Mattis present a comment to the DASB senate about their thoughts on the budget cuts at the Feb. 6 meeting.

De Anza athletics budget clipped by DASB senate

Tyson Tsoi and Thomas Anthony | February 21, 2019

All De Anza athletics teams will experience cuts in their conference and travel expenses during the 2019- 2020 school year, after the DASB senate voted to allocate only $55,000 for the athletic department. The...

Softball season over before it even starts

Softball season over before it even starts

Elsa Castro, Staff Reporter | January 30, 2019

Graphic by Emily Liu De Anza College women’s softball has come to a halt due to a shortage of players. The team was unable to recruit new players for the upcoming season after the departure...

Athletics Director Kulwant Singh talks about his accomplishments in his office Wednesday, Oct 2.

From player, coach, mentor to Hall of Fame

Carl Nilvall, Staff Writer | October 7, 2013

De Anza’s Athletic Director and soccer coach Kulwant Singh has been involved with soccer for almost 30 years. Singh has been inducted in the soccer Hall of Fame and is the current head soccer coach...

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