Athletes react to Trump’s presidency

Fair warning: this article will not stick to sports. In the wake of Donald Trump’s presidency, the lines between sports and politics have become increasingly blurred. Having such a divisive personality in the Oval Office has led many famous athletes to use their celebrity platform to speak up about their […]

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March Madness starts to heat up

March and April are two of the best months of the year for sports fans at the University of San Diego. Not only is there a week off of school for spring break, but the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, affectionately known as March Madness, also gets underway. The […]

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Gulls sweep weekend homestand

San Diego used to be a town that was filled with professional sports teams. The city is now left with the San Diego Gulls of the American Hockey League, a team currently in third place in the Western Conference behind the San Jose Barracuda and the Grand Rapids Griffins. The […]

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Friars begin future-focused spring

Spring training is an interesting time for Major League Baseball teams and players. Veterans will show up to spring camp in what they claim is the best shape of their lives. Offseason adjustments will have younger players excited to get back onto the ball field and see if their hard […]

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Women’s basketball celebrates senior day

On Friday, Feb.18, the University of San Diego Toreros women’s basketball team won a thriller over the Santa Clara University Broncos 60-58. It was senior day, and it seemed fitting that a senior would be the one who would carry the team to victory. Senior guard Katherine Hamilton scored the […]

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