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 […]
Fans showed up to Banner Island Ballpark on May 2 to watch the Stockton Ports honor one of the city’s own. Former...
The Delta Mustangs baseball team is ranked No. 1 in the nation. Two players are balancing the responsibilities of being...
The Lady Mustangs softball team advanced to the Sweet 16 after winning a best of three series against the Ohlone Renegades...
GAME 1 Delta’s offense got things going early as the team scored two runs in the first inning and a total of five runs in the first four. That was more than enough for the Mustangs’ starting pitcher. For game one, Delta’s Head Coach Reed Peters called on ace Cameron […]Read more ›
It’s finally over. There’s a pound for pound champ of the decade.Two judges scored the bout 116-112 and the other 118-110. Those numbers are lofting in favor of Mayweather, whom everyone sees as unanimous winner. Do the numbers tell the whole story? No. This is boxing we’re talking about, each […]Read more ›
The spring season has been good for both men’s and women’s swimming at Delta College. The men’s team went 7-1 in dual meets and won three invitational meets. Swimmer Julian Carvajhal placed first in the 100 yard Breaststroke at the Big 8 Championship, placed sixth in the 200 Breast and […]Read more ›
The Delta College Mustangs baseball team has dominated this season with a stellar 31-2 record. While the pitching staff as a whole has carried this team, freshman left hander Cameron Leeper stands out. In 79.1 innings pitched, Leeper has racked up 91 strikeouts and averages 10 strikeouts a game while […]Read more ›
The Lady Mustangs’ season came to a heartbreaking end in the California Community College Athletic Association tournament with a 60-53 defeat to the Mt. San Antonio College Mounties. First team all-state Selina Moore finished as the Mustangs’ leading scorer with 20 points, but was held to a disappointing 5-21 shooting. […]Read more ›
After six years of waiting, the bout of the century is only days away. Mayweather vs Pacquiao. So let’s talk about who wins the biggest (singular) money-making fight in history. Mayweather is the considerable favorite. He’s known as the most technically dominant and defensively sound boxer of all time. It’d be […]Read more ›
Former Delta College basketball player Michelle Cozad was inducted into the California Community College Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on March 13. Cozad played for the Mustangs from 2001-03 under the direction of Coach Gina Johnson. During her time at Delta, Cozad was a member of championship teams […]Read more ›
Over the past five seasons, the San Francisco 49ers have been mentioned as a top-tier team. The 49ers delivered on the hype by appearing in three consecutive NFC Championships and a Super Bowl. Then the 2014 season ended in mediocrity and no playoff appearance. After long speculation of the head […]Read more ›
NFL CHANGES The NFL free agency period officially started the season. The wackiness erupted at a rapid pace the moment trades began to occur for major talent, not just potential draft picks. Names such as Jimmy Graham (Seahawks), Kiko Alonso (Eagles), Lesean McCoy (Bills) and Mike Wallace (Vikings) all shipped […]Read more ›
NORWALK — The Lady Mustangs season came to a heartbreaking end in the California Community College Athletic Association tournament with a 60-53 defeat to the Mt. San Antonio Mounties.Read more ›
On Feb. 21, Lindsey Kieffer, Jensyn Breakfield and Nicole Cunningham etched their names in the Delta College re- cord books. After touching the wall of the 200-meter backstroke, Cunningham realized she set a time in the race with a mark of 2:33.01. She credits a lot of hard work and […]Read more ›
IT’S HAPPENING Mayweather finally agreed to the mega fight vs. Manny Pacquiao on May 2 in Las Ve- gas, barring injury or any potential unforeseen excuses. The fight is projected to be the highest grossing boxing match in history. Two months until fight night might feel as long as the […]Read more ›
One of the most infamous baseball players of this generation is scheduled to make his return to Major League Baseball in the 2015 season. Alex Rodriguez, also known as “A-Rod,” of the New York Yankees, who turns 40 in July, was suspended for the 2014 season for violating baseball’s drug […]Read more ›
As the skies begin to clear and winter says its goodbyes, softball season reappears and the Lady Mustangs take the field this year with their eyes on the prize. Four is the number of times Delta’s softball team has made the way to the state championship, but zero is the […]Read more ›
On Feb. 17, the women’s basketball team took on Sacramento City, looking to extend their eight game winning streak. The Mustangs have a 23-5 overall record (12-1 in conference). This game was no different with another display of desire towards excellence in an easy 76-41 victory. The mustangs got off […]Read more ›
On Jan. 30, despite a late surge by Sierra College, the Mustangs (14-7, 4-4 Big 8) held onto a 66-63 victory to silence a rowdy Sierra crowd. The Mustangs led 53-47 with 8:40 left to play, but Sierra (12-10, 5-3) fought back thanks to two big three- pointers by Anthony […]Read more ›