Off to a Flier

Gretta Georgiyev, TSV Staff Writer

September 3, 2015

Filed under Men's Soccer, Soccer, Sports

As a new semester has arrived at skyline college, with it has come the much anticipated, fresh, new soccer season for the Skyline men’s soccer team. Full of energy and excitement, head coach Daniel Link has said, “It is the most I have been excited about a season in the last five or six years.” Link has been coaching... Read more »

Skyline summer news

Will Nacouzi, TSV Interim Digital Editor

August 19, 2015

Filed under Baseball, Basketball, Men's Basketball, Men's Soccer, Soccer, Sports, Volleyball, Women's Soccer

Summer break is over and students are heading back to Skyline, ready for another semester and more studying as they work towards their education goals. As they return, news and development over summer break didn’t stop. In Trojans baseball outfielder Michael Franco announced in July that he is transferring to Azusa Pacifica University, an NCAA Division-II school. Franco helped the Trojans ... Read more »

Badminton season comes to a close

Badminton season comes to a close

Max Maller and Sarah Marasigan

May 15, 2015

Filed under Badminton, Sports

Skyline’s badminton team made a good showing in the State Championship meet, held May 7 to 9 in Fresno,... Read more »

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao better for profit than fans

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao better for profit than fans

May 8, 2015

In the biggest boxing event staged in years, Floyd Mayweather defeated Manny Pacquiao in a 118-110 unanimous... Read more »

Trojans have a mixed week

Trojans have a mixed week

May 8, 2015

Skyline’s Trojans Baseball team had been doing well this season, until they lost in regionals last... Read more »

The virtues of martial arts: A follow up

The virtues of martial arts: A follow up

May 1, 2015

Following the publication of our article extolling the virtues of more martial arts courses on campus... Read more »

Tennis team could benefit community

Sarah Marasigan, TSV Staff Writer

April 23, 2015

Filed under Sports

Recreational sports offered by the athletic department such as tennis do not have a team and are constantly overlooked at Skyline. Tennis is a very popular sport, played not only at the high school and college level but now even elementary and junior high schools, which have tennis teams. Many of the schools in our corner... Read more »

Trojans prepare for badminton finals

Will Nacouzi, TSV Digital Editor

April 23, 2015

Filed under Badminton, Sports

The Trojans badminton team have had a strong season so far, despite enduring some losses. The Trojans wrapped up the last of their conference matches on April 21 and are now heading into the Conference Finals, which will determine who qualifies for the State Championships in Irvine. According to Badminton Head Coach Jan Fosberg,... Read more »

Superstitions surround sports

Erin Perry, TSV Assistant News Editor

April 23, 2015

Filed under Sports

There is a common belief that superstition accompanies sports. Baseball is one of the many sports that have a reputation of rituals and superstitions. This may include specific things players do before a game, or something to be avoided at all costs. According to an article published in 2010 on Bleacher Report, common rituals... Read more »

On the road taming the panthers

On the road taming the panthers

April 23, 2015

Following an April 21 victory against the Hartnell Panthers in Salinas, the Trojans baseball team is... Read more »

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