First game paves way for strong season

First game paves way for strong season

Ruby Nicolino, TSV Staff Writer

March 18, 2015

Filed under Badminton, Sports

The Skyline women’s badminton team won against Mission College 21-0, for their first game of the season. It... Read more »

Colleges in court to protect unpaid play

Max Maller, TSV Staff Writer

March 18, 2015

Filed under Sports

Controversy is mounting over whether to allow college athletes, who generate millions of dollars every year for their host institutions, to draw their own salaries. On March 17, the debate escalated into the appellate court system, with the National Collegiate Athletic Association, (NCAA), asking the U.S. 9th Circuit Court... Read more »

Trojans hopeful after tough loss

Trojans hopeful after tough loss

March 18, 2015

Trojans baseball suffered a tough loss against the Cañada Colts on March 14. It was a rough... Read more »

Freshman ineligibility will increase ‘red shirts’

Freshman ineligibility will increase ‘red shirts’

March 18, 2015

Concerns about the freshman ineligibility rule are on the rise as athletes have different notions that... Read more »

Tournament sparks confidence

Tournament sparks confidence

March 12, 2015

The March 7 badminton conference tournament was a rousing success, featuring teams from Skyline, De Anza,... Read more »

Badminton foresees positive outcome this season

Badminton foresees positive outcome this season

March 12, 2015

As March begins and the community college basketball season comes to an end, the Trojans badminton team... Read more »

AP announces it will implement ‘robots’ to report on college sports

Erin Perry, TSV Assistant News Editor

March 12, 2015

Filed under Sports

The Associated Press will continue to team up with Automated Insights for reporting purposes. Having worked together since 2013, the companies will use AI’s Wordsmith platform to report on various college sports. “Our Wordsmith platform will be producing articles that wouldn’t exist otherwise,” said James Kotecki,... Read more »

Trojans battle Rams

Trojans battle Rams

March 11, 2015

The Skyline Trojans men’s baseball team won a home game against the Gavilan College Rams on March 5. This... Read more »

49ers in free fall without Harbaugh

Terence Scott, TSV Staff Writer

March 11, 2015

Filed under Sports

What goes around comes around. If you believe in karma then you can understand the recent turmoil that the San Francisco 49ers now find themselves facing. Just a couple years ago, the San Francisco 49ers, under coach Jim Harbaugh, were dominating the NFC. The iconic NFL franchise was enjoying its greatest run since the late... Read more »

Crackdown on counterfeit sports products correlates with booming industry

Katelyn Payne, TSV Staff Writer

March 5, 2015

Filed under Sports

The sales of counterfeit and pirated products have been increasing, especially in the sports world, to the point where it affects the sales of business that sell authentic products. According to The Street, an American financial news and services website, the sale of counterfeit products is growing in the sports world, with... Read more »

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