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Rugby primed for another title appearance

Rugby primed for another title appearance

May 4, 2016

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by Dean Boerner | Sports Editor In what’s seemingly becoming a regular occurrence for Saint Mary’s rugby, the Gaels are heading to their third straight… Read More ›

Gaels fall to UCSB, drop Dons twice

Gaels fall to UCSB, drop Dons twice

May 4, 2016

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by Dean Boerner | Sports Editor Looking to bounce back from a three-game losing streak from the week prior, the Gaels hosted UC Santa Barbara… Read More ›

200 Word Rant: Producers can be better

April 26, 2016

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by Daniel Conmy | Editor-In-Chief Sports are an absolute thrill for me to watch and I thoroughly enjoy the live action that it provides, but there… Read More ›

100 Word Rant: Don’t tell me the score

April 26, 2016

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by Josie Howatt | Opinion Editor One of my biggest pet peeves is when I’m recording a game and someone feels the need to tell me the… Read More ›

Preview: Co-Author of “Cheated” to speak about UNC scandal, big time college sports

Preview: Co-Author of “Cheated” to speak about UNC scandal, big time college sports

April 24, 2016

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Daniel Conmy | Editor-in-Chief Mary Willingham, author of “Cheated,” will be visiting and giving a talk at the Soda Center April 25. Willingham was a… Read More ›

Athlete Profile: There’s no place like home for Johnny York

Athlete Profile: There’s no place like home for Johnny York

April 12, 2016

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by Alex Crook | Assistant Sports Editor A 2014 poll from Niche stated that 11 percent of high school graduates will travel at least 500 miles… Read More ›

Offseason acquisitions put new-look Giants into contention

Offseason acquisitions put new-look Giants into contention

April 12, 2016

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by dean Boerner | Sports Editor The Giants aren’t contenders this season because it’s an even year. The Giants are contenders this season simply because… Read More ›

Women’s, men’s tennis challenged by WCC opponents

Women’s, men’s tennis challenged by WCC opponents

April 5, 2016

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by Dean Boerner | Sports Editor After coming into the weekend undefeated in WCC play, the Saint Mary’s women’s tennis team fell twice to conference… Read More ›

Gaels lose to Stanford, split the weekend games

Gaels lose to Stanford, split the weekend games

March 8, 2016

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by Dean Boerner | Sports Editor Saint Mary’s continued a streak of road games last week with a Tuesday matchup against Stanford and a weekend… Read More ›

Opinion: Peyton Manning’s imperfections come to light in recent allegations

Opinion: Peyton Manning’s imperfections come to light in recent allegations

February 23, 2016

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by Conrad Sain | Contributing Writer Peyton Manning’s legendary career has spanned 18 seasons, complete with two Super Bowl victories and five MVP awards. Manning may… Read More ›

Women’s basketball kicks off new season in style

Women’s basketball kicks off new season in style

November 17, 2015

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by Kimberly Paschal | Staff Writer Saint Mary’s College basketball officially started on Friday, November 13, with the women away at Cal State Northridge (CSUN).… Read More ›

Seniors enjoy one last win as Gaels down Pilots

Seniors enjoy one last win as Gaels down Pilots

November 17, 2015

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by Alex Crook | Assistant Sports Editor It was a beautiful day to send off ten seniors as the Saint Mary’s men’s soccer team defeated… Read More ›

Gaels’ hoops teams positioned nicely in WCC

Gaels’ hoops teams positioned nicely in WCC

November 10, 2015

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by Kimberly Paschal | Staff Writer Last year the Saint Mary’s men’s basketball team finished 21-10, in regular season play, 13-5 in conference play, and… Read More ›

Volleyball tested by San Diego, BYU

Volleyball tested by San Diego, BYU

November 10, 2015

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by Dean Boerner | Sports Editor Saint Mary’s dueled a pair of nationally-ranked WCC opponents on the road, taking on BYU on Thursday and USD… Read More ›

Classism and racism in U.S. Sports discussed at Intercultural Center

November 3, 2015

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by Terrilyn Ho | Assistant News Editor The Intercultural Center (IC) recently hosted Unbalanced: Race and Class in U.S. Sports, to inform Saint Mary’s students… Read More ›