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Athletics out of early-spring competition

The Delta College athletics program continues to prioritize academic success for students after deciding to opt out from all early-spring competition.

Stockton sports unite food drive

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our lives in many ways. Sports, specifically, have taken a huge hit. Live games, practices, and events...

Assistant baseball coach Patrick Kelly retires after eight seasons at Delta

Assistant baseball coach Patrick Kelly retires after eight seasons at DeltaAfter eight seasons of baseball of Delta College assistant coach Patrick Kelly...

Women’s wrestling, beach volleyball facility among future Delta possibilities

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-Y8jlUco_4 In an interview for Delta College’s Radio and Television program on Nov. 18, Delta College Athletic...

Poor air quality disrupts home games

When Delta College closed for the week of Nov. 19 due to poor air quality, many campus events were canceled or postponed.Delta...

Delta’s athletic trainers assist injured athletes

The Delta College Athletic Trainers Facility treats injured student-athletes for all seventeen plus sports including teams from other visiting schools. Two of the athletic trainers...

Rain or shine, Delta Mustangs show how to handle not-so-perfect weather

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...

Soccer field set to open in fall 2016

After nearly a decade of setbacks, Delta College will have a fully functioning soccer field in the fall, but must deal with one last...

Mustang’s playoff bound

Delta College Mustangs’ baseball (fourth place, Big 8) has once again made into the postseason, this will mark their fourth consecutive playoff appearance and...

NFL teams heading in different directions: 49ers

In the past two years, the San Francisco 49ers have left their fans in a depressed state of thought wondering, will we ever win...

Freshmen looking forward to new challenges

Countless student-athletes enter Delta College with the goal of earning an athletic scholarship to a Division I university — few receive the honor —...

New talent cleaning up baseball

America’s pastime has been revitalized with a new wave of athletes. Gone are baseball’s shadow of the steroid era, as the illegal enhancer has withdrawn...

Baseball sinks lowly vikings early

On April 2, the Delta College baseball team showed little mercy on the Diablo Valley College Vikings with a 10-4 beat down at Nick Cecchetti Field.

Athletes make good with second chance

Lady Mustangs Guards Tiara Tucker and Brittany Butler returned to the courts after suffering injuries that derailed their early college careers. Butler, 19, entered her...

Freshman pitchers starting off strong

The Delta College baseball program opened Big 8 conference play on the shoulders of three undefeated freshmen starting pitchers. Redshirt freshmen Alex Dentoni and Lucas...

Mustangs split weekend Conference doubleheader

On Mar. 12, The Mustangs’ Softball team began Big 8 Conference play with a doubleheader against the Sierra College Wolverines at Bucky Layland Softball...

Johnson continues to guide Mustangs to postseason

Student-athletes come and go every two years at San Joaquin Delta College, but one thing remains the same every season for the women’s basketball...

Baseball team brings out the broom

On Feb. 27, the Mustangs (11-1, Big 8) finished a three-game sweep of Napa Valley to keep pace in a com- petitive division. “We’re a...

Opening doors for athletes to move on

The life of a student-athlete can be challenging, but young individuals combat this with support from their teammates, coaches, and the overall atmosphere that...

Softball team roughing up opponents

Punxutawney Phil has stepped into the light and declared it an early spring in 2016, and what screams spring more than softball in February? Delta’s...
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