On April 11, the Delta College Mustangs played the first game of a series of three games against the Santa Rosa Bear Cubs. The Bear Cubs are ranked the best team in Northern California. The Mustangs, however, won the game 10-2. After winning the first game of the series, the […]
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The Mustangs came away with a solid win March 30, against Monterey Peninsula College with a 9-5 score. The Mustangs now sit at 22-5 on the season and have a two game winning streak going into the second half of the season. This win was due to a second inning […]Read more ›
Delta College’s campus welcomes all students, athletes or non-athletes, into The Zone, the Student-athlete center that serves as a one-on-one tutoring center and quiet study hall. “The Zone was established to give student athletes a place to study and help them get priority registration for classes by completing a three […]Read more ›
What exactly is a walk-up song? A walk-up song in baseball is usually a way to announce who’s at bat while at the same time getting the crowd excited for what’s to come. Imagine if we were to ask the baseball team of San Joaquin Delta College why they choose […]Read more ›
This is it, this is what you have been training for years for. You get up to the starting line, get in your block, then get in position. The countdown goes off, three, two, one, BANG! This is what it is like for an athlete to start a race. Delta […]Read more ›
The Mustangs took their second loss of the season with a score of 10-7 on Saturday, March 4, when up against opponent Diablo Valley.Read more ›
The women’s basketball team took on College of the Siskiyous in the second round of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) in the NorCal Playoffs on March 4. The team lost, 70-76. Focused on defense, Coach Gina Johnson and her team finished the season with 25 wins. Some players […]Read more ›
Listen up students! Spring break this semester is March 20-24. What do people usually have planned? Spending time with friends? Catching up on some sleep? Surely everyone has some sort of plan they want to do during spring break. Getting in shape, however, probably doesn’t come to mind. So we […]Read more ›
Delta College’s men’s and women’s swim and dive teams hosted the Delta Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 17. Even with weather conditions being less than favorable – with wind and heavy rain – the teams managed to finish in first place in the overall invitational. During a fundraiser the following day […]Read more ›
On Saturday, Feb. 18, Delta’s Lady Mustangs had a softball game versus the Golden Eagles from Feather River. The game started at 11 a.m. and went to seven innings. The Lady Mustangs left the match with a win streak of 4-0. Freshman Champane Flores expressed excitement before the game began. […]Read more ›
On Jan. 27, the Mustang baseball team initiated its first home game of the season with a tribute to former pitcher Calvin Riley. In August 2016, Riley was shot at Aquatic Park at San Francisco while playing the popular mobile game Pokemon GO. Sean Riley, Calvin Riley’s father, opened […]Read more ›
Some things, such as weather, can be unpredictable. Especially if you live in California, where the drought has been a constant over the past few years. So what do our campus sports teams do when the weather becomes too much to manage? “Rain weather sucks, regardless, and when you’re playing […]Read more ›
Did you know dance is the only thing that spontaneously activates the neurons in your brain? Or that dancers are known to be disciplined, focused and high achievers who tend to be successful students and hard workers? “Dance is a window of yourself in a sense that you are able […]Read more ›
Since the season began in November, the Mustangs have had a successful current overall of 14-9 and 7-3 in conference games. “We are one of the toughest leagues in the state and it’s a very competitive league,” said Head Coach Rich Ressa. With the team being ranked No. 15 at […]Read more ›
The Delta College Mustangs have a team of 53 players but only one who transferred in from a Division I school. Derrion Grim, a former local high school football player who graduated from McNair, recently returned to Stockton after being accepted to the University of Nebraska. Grim spent the summer […]Read more ›
It’s more than just a game. It’s a savage sport that combines the cathartic discharge of aggression with the elegance of athletic dexterity. Football is a sport that shows every play build with anticipation. All 11 players on each team are intricately involved in every play. In a way, it’s […]Read more ›
Football star Arian Foster announced his retirement from the Miami Dolphins midway through his eighth season. Foster left the sport due to soft tissue injuries and retired after recovery. He released a letter on his decision to retire on an entertainment website Uninterrupted and wrote: “There comes a time in […]Read more ›