Women’s soccer falls to fifth-ranked BYU

Last Friday was the 25th anniversary of the University of San Diego’s women’s soccer program. A dozen former USD women’s soccer players took the field at the end of the second half, including USD’s all-time high scorer, and assistant coach Leigh Ann Brown. Brown was inducted into USD’s Chet & […]

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California: home of NBA’s have and have nots

When thinking about the sporting landscape of California, it’s easy to overlook basketball. Played indoors, sheltered from the omnipresent California sunshine, one can forget that basketball is quickly becoming a part of the state’s fabric. On Wednesday, Oct. 19, the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers squared off for […]

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Jonah Hodges: man on a mission

It was the opening game of the 2015 season: a long-awaited match-up against crosstown rival San Diego State University in the concrete confines of San Diego’s longtime pigskin palace, Qualcomm Stadium. Perhaps none were more excited than then-junior University of San Diego  running back Jonah Hodges. It would be Hodges’ […]

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Meet the freshman: Juwan Gray

Freshman forward Juwan Gray is no stranger to competitive basketball. At 6-feet-8-inches the Dover, Del. native comes from a talented basketball family and a highly successful high school career before he got to the University of San Diego. Gray spent his high school days at Polytech in Delaware where his […]

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Gulls go 1-1 on opening weekend

For San Diegans and the American Hockey League’s San Diego Gulls, the proverbial honeymoon phase has ended. The 2015-16 season was the first in nine years in which the city had a professional hockey team. Now that the honeymoon is over, fans are able to spot the team’s flaws more […]

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Padres primed for future success

One of the beauties of Opening Day for many professional sports teams is the hope it provides: the hope that an MVP season could be on the horizon, the hope that a playoff run could be in the cards, even the hope that a championship parade might be visiting nearby […]

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Lisa Kramer: USD’s senior leader

In many walks of life, being the fifth best results in nothing more than a footnote that gets forgotten years down the line. Not many people remember the fifth best concert they went to or the fifth best sandwich they’ve ever eaten. Finishing fifth in an Olympic event leaves you […]

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