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Student athletes meet with De Anza College President Lloyd Holmes and Athletic Director Ron Hannon at the Media and Learning Center in room 110 on Wednesday, Jan. 10.

Track and field athletes express distrust, discomfort with college administration, athletic department’s inaction

Leila Salam and Ann Penalosa | January 14, 2024

Editor's Note: This article has been updated to correctly identify Riley Nguyen with their preferred set of pronouns. Track and field athletes, coaches and alumni confronted De Anza College’s administrators...

Athletic trainer, David Kobata in the training facility ready to help the next athlete in need, on Monday Nov. 28.

How David Kobata became the athletic trainer who can do it all

Trevis Dampier, Staff Reporter | December 9, 2022

Being responsible for over 400 student athletes, De Anza College Athletic Trainer David Kobata has handled this duty tremendously for over four years and continues to treat any mishaps athletes may have After...

Student athlete Elliot Daniels, 18, nursing major, stands on the De Anza College track on Thursday Nov. 17.

Record breaking cross country star crushes the competition

Abel Tariku, Staff Reporter | December 4, 2022

Many people get their morning coffee or head to school or work at 8 a.m., but De Anza College freshman Elliot Daniels gets ready to run his daily five miles. After his run, the 18-year-old nursing major...

The mens soccer coaches, Mark “Rusty” Johnson (left) and Roheet “Roh” Sen (right), walking on the field after the first half of a soccer game on Nov. 4.

Men’s soccer coaches hit 100 career wins

Emma Caires | November 19, 2022

The tactical, precise game-planning of head coach Mark Johnson blends with the fiery passion from assistant coach Roheet Sen to create De Anza College’s highly successful men’s soccer program. Johnson...

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...

De Anzas badminton team receives the Team of the year as well as the Staff of the Year awards at the Athletic Awards Gala.

De Anza’s Athletics Award Gala celebrates individual achievement and togetherness

Aaron Johnson, Reporter | June 27, 2022

Athletic prowess, academic excellence and leadership by example are all qualities that De Anza hopes to see from its student-athletes. These same qualities were the criteria to win awards at De Anza’s...

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Sporting events need to crack down on bigotry

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | June 16, 2021
To stop bigotry in sports events, attendees should be required to sign waivers and face severe consequences when they do not comply.
Artist rendering of the proposed ballpark at Oaklands Howard Terminal site. Source: Oakland As

A’s should stay in Oakland, but city should deny team’s vanity project

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | May 30, 2021
As much as it annoys fans, the City of Oakland shouldn’t fold to the latest pressure from the Oakland A’s and Major League Baseball.
De Anza Athletics Await Return to Action

De Anza Athletics Await Return to Action

Jordan Soto, Reporter | March 16, 2021

Santa Clara County has allowed Division I colleges and high school athletics to resume in-person practice and competition — but not community colleges. William Lieu, the treasurer for the Student-Athlete...

The As take the field against the Dodgers in 2018 with an attendance of 32,062 that night.

John Fischer needs to sell the Oakland A’s

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | February 15, 2021
Oakland Athletics majority owner John Fisher needs to sell the team if they ever want to be taken as serious World Series title contenders.
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