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Dodgers pitchers on a hot streak

Patrick Shearer
October 11, 2015
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Photo courtesy usatoday.com Dodger teammates Zack Greinke and Clayton Kershaw are having one of the best-combined seasons for teammates in Major League Baseball history.  They are looking like Hall of Famers Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale as a duo this season, putting up historical numbers ...

Keep the Trend Going

Tony Romo
October 11, 2015
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Photo by Darryl Dennis Who said five goals are not in fashion on this side of the world? Yes, while European clubs have had their share of 5 goal blowouts this season, the Golden Eagles men’s soccer team demolished Hawaii Hilo 5-0 during a home game this past Wednesday. The Golden Eagles, who have been unbreaka...

Cal State L.A. Sports 2015-16

Justin Carrasco
September 3, 2015
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The 2015-16 athletic season at Cal State L.A. looks to be full of young and up and coming talent. As the fall quarter looms, the student athletic program not only appears to be ready but also look to try and win as many championships as they can. The men’s and women’s basketball, soccer...

Leadership has no Gender

Justin Carrasco
September 1, 2015
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For many years women have not had a prominent role in men’s professional sports. While men have coached women’s professional sports and have had strong roles in the process, women now have broken the barrier and are becoming leaders amongst men. Becky Hammon became the first female head ...

Which Sport Owns the Sports World?

Sarkis Adajian
August 20, 2015
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Popularity of a specific sport has changed throughout the years in America. Over a hundred years ago baseball was the king of the sports. A few years after that, basketball and football took center stage. In recent years, soccer and hockey have joined the party. In between all those years, you can...

The Soccer Movement in America

Sarkis Adajian
July 28, 2015
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Despite years of struggling to find its place in America, soccer seems to have finally found the light. Recent events have led to a new found interest in the sport that the rest of the world considers to be the greatest. Soccer has come to the forefront in America over the past year with the 2014 Men&...

Mid-Summer Classic

Justin Carrasco
July 22, 2015
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The 2015 Major League Baseball, All Star Game lived up to its hype as the American League battled the National League for home field advantage in the World Series.  Both leagues came out swinging as big name players representing the hometown teams of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles...

Newest Addition Brings Promise

Justin Carrasco
July 15, 2015
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Photo Courtesy: George Washington Sports  http://www.gwsports.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/070711aad.html Cal State L.A., men’s basketball team landed a rather big talent in Jonathan Davis.  The 6-foot-7 inch forward from American University joined the Golden Eagles, head coach Dieter Horton announced on Thursday.  Jonathan may prove to be a huge asset to an already improved men’s basketball tea...

The Future of the Purple and Gold

Sarkis Adajian
July 8, 2015
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? After an abysmal couple of seasons, the Los Angeles Lakers seem to be headed in the right direction. After having the worst season in franchise history in 2013-14, the Lakers one-upped themselves by having an even worse season in 2014-15. In the midst of all this, however, the Lakers managed to...

Graduating Seniors Equals New Recruits

Tony Romo
June 12, 2015
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Coach Dieter Horton along with his team of scouts have definitely been busy these past couple of months. Earlier last week, it was announced that Geoffrey Frid will be joining the Cal State L.A. men’s basketball program. Frid is a whopping 7'1” center transferring from Northern Ar...

Track Athlete Gregory Veals Runs Through Life, One Obstacle At A Time

Soloon Kirven
June 12, 2015
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For Cal State L.A. track athlete Greg Veals, the success he has had on the track comes a long way from starting as a youth in South Central L.A. Encouraged by his mother, who was one of his first coaches, Veals found a knack for running.  “I ran for a track club and it was called the La Jet...

Intramural Soccer finalist are defined

Tony Romo
June 2, 2015
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  Intramural sports will conclude this Thursday, June 4th at the Jesse Owens Track. The men’s and women’s intramural soccer competition met this past Thursday, May 28th, to decide the four finalists. Team Sigma Nu will play Ingenieros in the men’s championship round, while BAM face...

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