Female athletes deserve your attention

Olivia Bowman, TSV Staff Writer

February 4, 2016

Filed under Sports

Athletes should be supported across gender lines. Female college athletes deserve to have fans cheering them on just as much as the men do. Men’s sports have no trouble bringing in fans, with Division I, II, and III men’s basketball games bringing in approximately five times the amount of attendees than at women’s basketball... Read more »

Trojan horse demolishedby battering Rams

Trojan horse demolishedby battering Rams

February 4, 2016

Skyline College’s men’s basketball team's most recent away game at City College of San Francisco... Read more »

Playoff beard lives on despite hype

Gretta Georgiyev, TSV Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

Filed under Sports

Editor's note: It has been discovered that plagiarism occurred in portions of this story. We deeply regret this, and have removed the plagiarized passages that have been discovered. Students in all classes composing the Skyline College journalism program are trained in avoiding plagiarism, even accidentally, and thoroughly edu... Read more »

Captain leads practice with passion

Captain leads practice with passion

Gregory Ragaza, TSV Staff Writer

December 3, 2015

Filed under Basketball, Sports

Have you been to a Skyline Trojan's basketball game and seen number 30 shoot like a beast? Well that... Read more »

Don’t be a gym douchebag

Steve Perotti, TSV Staff Writer

December 3, 2015

Filed under Meathead's Manifesto, Sports

Anyone who's ever walked into a gym, specifically the free weight area, knows what a gym douchebag is. Chances are you're familiar with this specific species of tool even if you've never set foot in a gym or fitness club. They are a blight and a cancer when it comes to the fitness community, and they end up ruining the experience... Read more »

CSM Bulldogs never gave up

Joy Marcus, TSV Multimedia Reporter

December 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

Nov. 21, 2015. Final score 55 to 76. But it wasn’t a basketball game – it was the Bulldog Bowl, a NorCal football playoff. College of San Mateo Bulldogs, NorCal’s wild card team, played their hearts out and their butts off, but the Chabot Gladiators were.... well, gladiators. The first half ended 34 to 14 with Chabot... Read more »

Trojans wrestling place 3rd at coast confrence

Gretta Georgiyev, TSV Staff Writer

December 3, 2015

Filed under Sports, Wresting

The score clock showed a two-point deficit entering the final period. At 285 pounds, freshman Jeremiah Holbrook took his place in the defensive position. Two minutes and two takedowns later, Holbrook took a hard hitting fourth place against the Modesto Pirates' Jose Garcia, and by duals end the Skyline Trojans closed with... Read more »

Warriors on their way to finals

Katelyn Payne, TSV Multimedia Editor

December 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

Basketball season is the only one I really look forward to every year. The enthusiasm I get from watching it with my family brings me so much joy, and I have them to thank for my new, profound interest in sports. The Bay Area’s very own Golden State Warriors have made history in setting the record for the most consecutive... Read more »

Trojans celebrate sophomore night regardless of a win

Alexandria Kenyon, TSV Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

Filed under Sports, Volleyball

On Nov. 11, the Skyline Trojans faced the West Valley Vikings on home turf in a women’s volleyball game. Unfortunately, Skyline lost to West Valley with a score of 1 – 3, but the team made great efforts to hustle throughout the game. “They’re definitely a competitive team to play against," Skyline's setter, Rachel... Read more »

Leave your ego at the door

Steve Perotti, TSV Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

Filed under Meathead's Manifesto, Sports, Sports Columns

One of the most harmful things a person can bring into the gym is their ego. To put it plainly, your ego can, and will, lead to injuries one way or another. It's better to admit to yourself that, when it comes to lifting, you don't know everything and need to take things slowly. Weights are a very interesting thing. If you... Read more »

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