After coming up short to the San Francisco Giants last year, the Kansas City Royals returned to the World Series and defeated the New York Mets in five games to claim the team’s second championship in franchise history. “To be able to win this is very, very special, with this […]
The year of 2015 is in the record books for athletic teams at San Joaquin Delta College. The women’s soccer program...
Delta College (7-4) claimed the Mustangs first bowl victory since 2012 against the American River College Beavers (7-4)...
The Lady Mustangs huddle up after defeating DVC on Nov. 13 for the team’s 15th victory. The Delta College women’s...
Rally leads to 42-35 victory over rival Modesto Jr. College The Delta College Mustangs (6-4, 4-1 Valley Conference) rallied past the Modesto Junior College Pirates (5-5, 2-3 Valley Conference) with a score of 42-35 at DeRicco Field on Nov. 14. The win helped the Mustangs clinch the team’s first postseason […]Read more ›
Women’s Water Polo ended its stellar season on Oct. 28 with a 12-8 victory over the American River College Beavers (8-11). The win was the 20th of the season, and capped a 20-4 record overall. Sophomore Brooke Mahoney put together a solid season with 31 goals, 22 assists and 21 steals. […]Read more ›
Delta College Men and Women’s basketball teams are set to begin play on Nov. 6 and 7. Both programs have brought success in the form of 35 combined conference championships dating back to 1963, according to deltacollege.edu. The Lady Mustangs, led by Gina Johnson in her 20th season as head […]Read more ›
The lady Mustangs are off to a 6-1 start in the Big 8 Conference. “The Big 8 this year has overall really improved,” said sophomore Kirstin Kielhold. “Every team we really have to take seriously and that we kind of learned that a little bit slowly, but we have taken […]Read more ›
Delta College football team (2-4, 0-1 Valley Conference) were defeated 56-20 by the Chabot Gladiators (4-2, 1-0) at Lawrence A. DeRicco Field on Oct. 17. “It’s the first game of Valley conference play and we went into it after a bye week feeling really optimistic,” said Delta Head Coach Gary […]Read more ›
As the old saying goes, there’s always a diamond in the rough, and Stockton has found it’s diamond in the boxing world. At Los Gallos Boxing Academy on North Broadway in Stockton, 15-year old Gabriel Flores Jr. is shining bright. The young boxer has won nine national titles already. At […]Read more ›
After starting the season with some up and downs, the Lady Mustangs Water Polo team found its rhythm in the water by winning seven in a row, including four at the San Diego Mesa Tournament. “We didn’t have a lot of preparation because we had some conference games three weeks […]Read more ›
Professional hockey has been prominent in Stockton, California since 2005 when the Stockton Thunder of the East Coast Hockey League came to the 209. Ten years later and a new era will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 10 in the form of the Stockton Heat of the American Hockey […]Read more ›
At 2-3 the Delta College Mustangs football season has seen much improvement from seasons past so far. However, inconsistency seems to be the team’s main flaw. After opening the season by upsetting the No. 20 ranked Santa Rosa College (3-2) on the road, the Mustangs then dropped back-to-back games to […]Read more ›
The Delta College women’s soccer team held on for a 1-0 victory over Folsom Lake College Falcons improving to 7-0 on Sept. 19 at Gardemeyer Field. “We expected a very physical game,” said sophomore forward/defender Rachel Sianez. “We expected this to be our toughest game of preseason …” With the […]Read more ›
Entering a baseball stadium, fans usually have two thoughts in mind: Get on television or catch a foul ball. The excitement of getting a free souvenir ball drives fans to a mini riot wherever it lands. However, danger is also a possibility as soon as the ball leaves the bat. […]Read more ›
The San Jose SaberCats captured its first championship, since 2007, by defeating the Jacksonville Sharks, 68-47 in Arena Bowl XXXVIII at Stockton Arena on Aug. 30. The Sharks (12-9) led the SaberCats (20-1) 33-27 at the half, yet weren’t able to take control in the second half. San Jose took […]Read more ›
The Delta College athletic department did some renovating to Joe Blanchard, Marcopulos Gym and the weight training room during the summer intersession. The biggest changes people will notice are the gym floors. “What you generally do every year with basketball courts, is you light sand them,” said Athletic Director Daryl […]Read more ›
Now that all seven rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft are in the books, we can take a deeper look into what local teams have done to improve. After an underwhelming 3-13 season last year, the talent-depleted Oakland Raiders needed to draft well to compete. With the fourth overall pick the Raiders selected Amari […]Read more ›
Fans showed up to Banner Island Ballpark on May 2 to watch the Stockton Ports honor one of the city’s own. Former Ports and Oakland Athletics pitcher Dallas Braden had his jersey retired and threw out the first pitch before the Ports game against the San Jose Giants. “It’s unbelievable […]Read more ›
The Delta Mustangs baseball team is ranked No. 1 in the nation. Two players are balancing the responsibilities of being on a winning team with school duties. Outfielder Lance Berringer and first baseman Zach Perugi don’t have a problem with keeping grades up and playing baseball. The two are all […]Read more ›