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The track and field team and coaches at a meet on May 1.

Opinion: Give athletes a voice and bring back Coach Mattis

Abel Tariku | July 1, 2023

Editor's Note: This story has been updated to provide information about the censored video's deletion. The following video is an opinion-based commentary regarding the absence of Nick Mattis, the head...

Brianna Nunn (center) stands with teammates at the track and field Coast Conference Championship at Hartnell College on April 29. Individuals from the team taped over “De Anza” on their jerseys in protest of the athletics department’s lack of support and communication after Head Coach Nick Mattis was placed on administrative leave.

Absence of head coach leaves track and field program ‘screwed’

Autumn Alvarez | July 1, 2023

Head Track Coach and Assistant Athletics Director Nick Mattis, last seen by the track and field team at a scheduled meet on April 15, has been put on administrative paid leave. Track and field athletes...

Evan Franco (right) and Mannat Gill (left) receiving their All-American performances.

A quiet powerhouse: De Anza Cross-Country finishes the season with both teams ranked in top 10

Cameron Oleary, Reporter | November 30, 2021

Cross country is a sport that does not get covered a lot but deserves to be talked about as it is a grueling sport that only some of the best athletes can compete in. It is a long distance running sport...

Leslee Patino, 20, psychology major, has won four of her nine races this season and finished off the podium once.

De Anza is the home to one of the state’s best distance runners

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter | March 10, 2020

Leslee Patino, 20, psychology major, is putting the competition on notice. The sophomore distance runner has won half of her individual races this outdoor track season and has finished off the podium just...

De Anza men’s cross country team finishes season as coastal champions, ranks third in regional meet

Dylan Newman, Staff Reporter | December 5, 2019

The De Anza College cross country season has come to a close. Both the women and men’s teams performed prepare to move into the offseason to get ready for next season. The men’s team had a history...

Mid-distance runner and javelin thrower Emilio Zertuche, 19, film and television production major practices the javelin at the De Anza track on April 22.

Track and field team optimistic going into final meets

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter | May 6, 2019

Poor weather, sickness and injury could not keep the De Anza College men’s and women’s track and field teams down this season, as both teams said they are looking forward to competing in the...

Two masked students face off in a friendly spar during fencing class on March 11.

Class Profile: Fencing for the mind and body

Mehek Kapur, Staff Reporter | March 26, 2019

Students dart back and forth across the wooden floor, dodging their opponents and weaving between the boundary lines while trying to land blows of their own with slim silver foils, keeping perfect etiquette...

Hardworking warriors of De Anza College sports: Coaches

Hardworking warriors of De Anza College sports: Coaches

Women's basketball coach, Mike Allen Coming from a humble background, raised in a single parent home, De Anza College's women’s basketball head coach Michael Allen is no stranger to adversity. His...

Melissa Favorite, 19, political science major competes in the pole vault at the De Anza Open on Feb. 23.

Track & Field secure top spot in home meet

Jaclyn Lim, Staff Reporter | March 3, 2019

De Anza College’s track and field team came out on top in their first home meet since 2017, competing against six other community colleges last Saturday, Feb. 23.                         “I...

A Look into Track and Field

February 25, 2019

De Anza College's track and field head coach Nick Mattis says he has high hopes for this years team to qualify for state and win numerous awards.

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