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 »

Trojans win match with ease

Trojans win match with ease

Will Nacouzi, TSV Digital Editor

April 15, 2015

Filed under Badminton, Sports

On April 14, Trojans' badminton faced off against Mission College. By the end of the game the Trojans... Read more »

March Madness satisfies and surprises fans

Terence Scott, TSV Staff Writer

April 8, 2015

Filed under Basketball, Sports

This year’s NCAA March Madness has offered everything a college basketball fan could possibly want. So far, there have been 12 major upsets in the tournament, multiple overtime games and several game-winning shots. March Madness has always been known to live up to the "madness" in its name, and this year was no different.... Read more »

Skyline runs for a cause

Skyline runs for a cause

April 8, 2015

Skyline support is coming out to the Relay for Life event at Cappuchino High School on April 25. Students,... Read more »

Variety of martial arts programs would be a welcome addition

Steve Perotti, TSV Opinions Editor

April 8, 2015

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Though Skyline hosts a wide variety of sport activities for its students, differing from semester to semester, some additions could be made for the benefit of the student body. For example, martial arts. It is not unheard of for colleges to have established martial arts courses for their students, and there is a history of... Read more »

Debunking sports perception based myths

Michelle Brignoli, TSV Staff Writer

April 8, 2015

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Last month, The Washington Post debunked myths about college sports. Although Skyline College may not be on the top tier of colleges, we still have a population of students on campus who participate in our sports programs. Skyline College Athletics voiced their opinions about the matter. Myth number one is that college sports... Read more »

Giants start season with away games

Erin Perry, TSV Assistant News Editor

April 8, 2015

Filed under Baseball, Sports

The Giants are back in Arizona and this time it’s for keeps. That’s right, the Giants’ season started this week with an away game at Arizona. Madison Bumgarner started the season against Arizona righty, Josh Collmenter. After finishing last season with an electrifying win in the seventh game of the World Series,... Read more »

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