The largest band in the land

USD looking to build nation’s largest pep band ahead of basketball season   Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista There are few things as externally enthralling as the atmosphere of a college basketball game.   There are the cheerleaders positioned along the baselines, clapping hands and shaking […]

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Traveling with the Toreros

Kristen Gengenbacher | Contributor | The USD Vista I look out the window of our charter bus, now traveling from Stockton to Moraga. I’m thinking of ways to put athletic road trips into words — to express the chaos, the organization, the stress, the fun of it all. It’s more […]

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Lieberman brings lofty goals to USD

Noah Hilton | Sports Editor | The USD Vista New head coach sets sights on creating daily improvements for women’s soccer program It starts with a boombox at practice, something that new women’s soccer coach Louise Lieberman introduced on her first day at the University of San Diego.   “I […]

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USD wins to open PFL schedule

Offense explodes as conference home winning streak extends to 28 games Through three games, the University of San Diego football team had yet to look like a team that won a share of five of the last six Pioneer Football League (PFL) titles.   After a come-from-behind win against Western […]

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Chargers miss mark with move north

Team reportedly reconsidering decision to relocate to Los Angeles When the San Diego Chargers first announced that the franchise would relocate to Los Angeles for the 2017 season, the decision did not take long to generate intense backlash and criticism around the league.   For local fans, the move represented […]

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Mind games

How hits to the head are threatening the future of football The play began like any other: a normal kick-off to start the second half of a 2016 Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) playoff game between the University of San Diego and perennial power North Dakota State.   The Bison’s return […]

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