San Diego Gulls continue to fly high

While the San Diego sports landscape may appear bleak, fans are searching for their newest sports fix. The city is not limited when it comes to options. The San Diego area’s two biggest basketball programs, the Aztecs of San Diego State University and the Toreros of the University of San […]

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There’s a new athletic director in town

It’s a quality that’s evident from the moment you meet him. He is not merely paying attention, nor simply concentrating on the task at hand. Instead, the aura surrounding him is one of uncompromising focus, stubbornly zeroed in on the academic and athletic endeavors of Alcalá Park’s most elite competitors. […]

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Super Bowl LI: New England rises up again

Every year, the Super Bowl is consistently one of the most-watched television programs across the world, and this one surely did not disappoint. This year’s matchup was between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. The New England Patriots are a fixture when it comes to making a run […]

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What’s next for San Diego sports?

The Los Angeles Chargers. If you haven’t already, take some time and say it out loud a few times. The Los Angeles Chargers are a reality, no longer relegated to a possibility or a “what if” scenario printed only in tabloids. This is not fake news. San Diego’s longtime team […]

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Chargers bolt for Los Angeles

1961 was a long time ago — 56 years, to be exact. In 1961, John F. Kennedy was inaugurated into the Oval Office. Russian astronaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space. Baby Boomers were jamming along to the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, while they watched […]

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Torero volleyball loses in NCAA Tournament

Another year without a deep NCAA tournament run became a reality for the women’s volleyball team at the University of San Diego last week. After losing in the second round last year, the Toreros were looking for another chance to make their mark in the NCAA tournament. Unfortunately, the 2016 […]

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Men’s basketball loses 69-59 at SDSU

The sound echoed off the still-filling grandstands surrounding the stadium. No, not basketballs bouncing off the floor, or nets softly rustling with each made warm-up three, or the pregame chatter between players and coaches that accompanies the beginnings of any sporting event. Those sounds were all there, too, but this […]

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