NCAA selects money over everything else

Kale Williams, Staff Writer

March 21, 2013

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year…if you are a sports fan. You have the baseball season creeping up on us, The Masters is just around the corner and March Madness is here. For the average person the latter is probably...

Grossmont serves up ace against Mesa women

Kale Williams, Staff Writer

March 14, 2013

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The Mesa College women’s tennis team took on Grossmont College on March 12 at Mesa, falling to the No.10 ranked Griffins 9-0. The Olympians were dealing with a bit of turmoil that came up the day before. Their top ranked...

Men’s tennis serves up easy win vs Irvine Valley

Kale Williams, Staff Writer

March 8, 2013

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San Diego Mesa College men’s tennis team took on the Irvine Valley College Lasers on March 7 here at Mesa winning the match 7-2. In the singles matches, the Olympians started hot by winning four of the six matches, overpowering...

Battlefield San Diego sees Mesa fall, 6-3

Kale Williams, Staff Writer

February 28, 2013

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San Diego Mesa College took on San Diego City College on Feb. 28 with Mesa losing 6-3. City’s pitcher, Mark Vasquez, kept the Olympian hitters guessing all day long. Vasquez pitched a complete game throwing 128 pitches over...

College athletes seek compensation

Curtis Manlapig, Editor-in-Chief

February 19, 2013

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Sports nowadays are all about one thing: money. Whether it is advertising merchandise, selling tickets and signing players to lucrative contracts, sports have become fueled by money. For the most part though, this money stays...

San Diego sports curse continues in infamy

Curtis Manlapig, Sports Editor

November 1, 2012

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There has been one thing missing in San Diego since 1963 and it involves parades of people rejoicing in the streets, millions watching at home and people with extraordinary skills performing their profession at a higher level...

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