Sports coverage in Mesa Press lacking

Holly Benderman

April 28, 2008

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Dear Readers, As you have probably noticed, we have had a lack of Mesa-based sports stories this semester. This is not due to laziness or lack of school spirit on the staff; this is due to lack of responses from Mesa coaches....

Swell in San Diego

March 10, 2008

Supplement Use

David Chmura

February 11, 2008

Filed under Sports

Commonly used supplements that contain nitric oxide and creatine have now been proven to cause serious negative effects on the body if taken too frequently. Many competitive athletes in college now are using supplements in order...

Play Ball! Baseball team hoping to repeat as PCC champs

Robert Alatorre

February 11, 2008

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Birds are chirping, flowers are in bloom, Brett Favre is doing his version of "Should I Stay Or Should I Go." Ahh! Spring is in the air. That could only mean one thing; spring sports are back at Mesa. Hoping to ride the wave...

New coach, hard work leads to a season of improvement

Candyce Fisher

December 12, 2007

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Led by a new coach, the men's water polo team finished fourth in the Pacific Coast Conference against Southwestern College. Earlier in the season, Mesa lost to them 12-7, but in the contest for third in conference, Mesa lost...

Olympians take conference for 4th straight year

Leah Levin

December 12, 2007

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The Women's Volleyball team won the Pacific Coast Conference for the fourth year in a row. On November 20, they were in the playoffs against Cal State Long Beach and won, moving on to play Golden West in Huntington Beach. The...

Men’s cross country wins back-to-back confernce titles

Johnny Ngo

November 12, 2007

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Sophomore runner Daniel Gonia isn't going to slow down anytime soon. "[Daniel] is running extremely well right now," said Coach Thom Hunt, and the results show. Finishing first with 20:36.9 at the Southern California Championships...

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