Veterans on and off the field

Former and active servicemen find connection and competition in Alcalá Park athletic circles   Kristen Gengenbacher | Contributor | The USD Vista Many collegiate athletes have similar recruiting stories of how they ended up at the school of their choice. They played their sport in high school. They emailed coaches. […]

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Op-Ed: One city, two teams

San Diego State slogan is an opportunist method of disregarding the Toreros’ success on the gridiron   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista Once upon a time, the city of San Diego had three football teams. None were all that noteworthy — the National Football League’s Chargers made […]

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Sports teams surface in San Diego

In Chargers’ absence, professional soccer and lacrosse are headed to America’s Finest City in 2018   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista To the naked eye, San Diego would seem to be a prime location for professional sports. Between the year-round sunshine and the large vacancy left […]

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Football’s “Semester at air”

The country’s second-most traveled football team knows a thing or two about life on the road   James Douglas | Copy Editor | The USD Vista At the University of San Diego, football players usually don’t get the opportunity to study abroad. They dedicate their offseasons to honing their position-respective […]

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NBA tips off 2017-18 season

After a busy offseason of trades and signings, league is ready to thrill fans once again   Sunit Bhakta | Contributor | The USD Vista The sports world may be at its peak right now. The NFL and college football are well underway, and Major League Baseball just found out […]

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McFadden caps career

Longtime men’s soccer coach aims for more success in final year on the sidelines   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista When Seamus McFadden first began working as the head coach of the University of San Diego men’s soccer team in 1979, those close to the program […]

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Petersen eyes sacks record

Toreros’ defensive end remains focused on winning as career accomplishments pile up   Kristen Gengenbacher | Contributor | The USD Vista Off the field, senior defensive end Jonathan Petersen can be seen joking around with his teammates or relaxing in his hammock before practice. When practice time rolls around though, […]

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Women’s soccer in top form

Behind goal-crazy Summer Mason, Lady Toreros are off to best conference start since 2012 Kristen Gengenbacher | Contributor | The USD Vista It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish, and the USD Women’s Soccer Team is well on its way toward a strong finish.   Despite entering league […]

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School spirit wanted

New AS Athletics Chair focused on generating support for Torero sports Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista MK Clancy — her first name comes from an unconventional shortening of Mary Catherine to Mary Kate — isn’t one to enjoy an empty schedule.   She is an athlete […]

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For Padres, patience is a virtue

Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista Hometown Friars remain focused on bright future following lackluster 2017 campaign   From the opening pitch, the San Diego Padres were destined for a lackluster 2017 campaign.   The team made headlines during spring training in March, adding three players acquired through […]

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