Trojan’s volleyball embraces true meaning of “Pinktober”

Trojan’s volleyball embraces true meaning of “Pinktober”

October 16, 2014

The colors of October are fast changing from the traditional orange and black to day-glow pink. Sports... Read more »

Behind the net: Volleyball women’s teamserves the season, spiking their opponents

Behind the net: Volleyball women’s teamserves the season, spiking their opponents

October 16, 2014

When volleyball Coach Rayannah Salahuddin returned to Skyline last season, she says it was all about... Read more »

Skyline Trojans Women’s soccer game

Skyline Trojans Women’s soccer game

October 10, 2014

The conference division match between Skyline College and City College of San Francisco on Tuesday was... Read more »

Coaching change for Raiders

David Perez, TSV Chief Copy Editor

October 2, 2014

Filed under Sports

After 10 straight regular season losses, the 0-4 Oakland Raiders fired head coach Dennis Allen on Monday. Allen's record ends with the Raiders at 8-28. On Tuesday the Raiders announced the promotion of offensive line coach Tony Sparano to interim head coach. According to ESPN.com Sparano said that he feels the Raiders need... Read more »

The devaluation of women in sports

The devaluation of women in sports

Miguel Garcia, TSV Multimedia Editor

October 2, 2014

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

Women in sports aren’t a very common sight. For the most part, we focus on the men’s side of athletics,... Read more »

Be a dedicated fan, don’t be a hater

Will Nacouzi, TSV Digital Editor

October 2, 2014

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

I'll admit that I'm not the biggest sports fan in the world, but I do like my sports. There is one thing that I find annoying, and it's the fact that people look down on teams that don't do well without any major knowledge of why these teams do bad during the season. And the most glaring example of this that pops into my... Read more »

49ers get first win at Levi’s

David Perez, TSV Chief Copy Editor

October 2, 2014

Filed under Sports

The 49ers came back from a shaky first half on Sunday to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 26-21, and achieve their first victory at the brand-new Levi's stadium. The game featured an unusual first half, to say the least. I mean, Frank Gore caught a 55-yard touchdown pass. The stellar 49ers' special teams unit was uncharacteristically... Read more »

A scout with an eye

Chester Mendoza, TSV Staff Writer

September 26, 2014

Filed under Sports

With the athletes practicing, and playing this season with back to back nail biting games going on both on and off campus. Not only it’s attracting the students here at skyline and factuality, but its also attracting scouts. With a sole intention to recruit players to sign them to either play for their... Read more »

Tough loss for the 49ers

Terence Scott, TSV Staff Writer

September 26, 2014

Filed under Sports, Sports opinions

The San Fransisco 49ers got back into action, this week with a heated divisional game match up against the Arizona Cardinals losing 23-14.The 49ers are coming of a disastrous opening home loss in week two against the Chicago Bears blowing a 17-7 lead, which led to a finale score of Chicago 28-20. The... Read more »

Men’s basketball pre-season began

Men’s basketball pre-season began

September 20, 2014

For all the basketball fans, the Trojans’ pre-season showcase will be a two-day event on Sept. 25 and... Read more »

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