Women’s basketball welcomes 2017 recruiting class

As the University of San Diego Toreros women’s basketball team looks ahead to their upcoming season, the incoming recruiting class provides a lot to be optimistic about. The recruiting class is headlined by high school seniors Kendall Bird, Myah Pace, and Sydney Hunter, all of whom had impressive senior seasons. […]

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Gengenbacher named to collegiate national team

For many athletes, the chance to play for their country is one of the top honors they could possibly receive. University of San Diego volleyball player Kristen Gengenbacher will get a chance to experience that sense of American pride this summer. Gengenbacher, a junior setter from Quincy, Ill., was one […]

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Jamal Agnew drafted by Detroit Lions

Imagine you are back in your younger days just starting to play sports. Whenever you go out on that field, you always dream you are one day going to be playing in the pros. This past weekend, that dream became a reality for Jamal Agnew, a senior cornerback for the […]

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USD baseball continues to succeed

The University of San Diego baseball team had a three game series against the Brigham Young Cougars over the weekend of March 20-22. The first game was on Thursday, with the Toreros winning by a score of 6-3. Saturday’s game was a nail biter with the Cougars squeaking out a […]

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What’s next for USD basketball’s seniors?

For many student athletes, their collegiate playing careers are a culmination of a life’s worth of dedication to their sport. For even more, earning a scholarship to a Division-I university is the ultimate goal for their athletic endeavors. Realistically speaking, not everyone can continue playing sports as a career once […]

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Record book rewritten by women’s track

Records, they say, are made to be broken. For University of San Diego senior running stars Sarah Kapple and Andrea Hughes, this holds true with every lap around the track. Both are coming off two straight weekends of performances the Torero track team had never seen before. Two weekends ago […]

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Torero softball powered by youth

College freshmen seem to have it rough. There’s the adjustment to a new environment, often far from the friendly confines of home, and without many of the friends one grew up with. There’s the added challenge of harder classes and higher expectations for extracurriculars. More than anything, it’s often one’s […]

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Raiders’ relocation brings mixed feelings

Another National Football League organization has fallen victim to relocation. The NFL gave its approval on Monday, March 27 for the Oakland Raiders to move to Las Vegas, putting aside all the fears of putting a professional team in the largest gambling market in the world. The 32 NFL team […]

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Filip Vittek: from Slovakia to USD school records

The American Dream is more disputed than it should be. Originating as a way to motivate and encourage colonists’ conquering of the continent, it soon morphed into a magnet attracting ambitious outsiders from all over the world. Whether they crossed the Atlantic or the Pacific to get here, these immigrants’ […]

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