NBA contenders emerge as playoffs approach — Ban the Eastern Conference

Oscar Terrones, Sports Editor

April 13, 2015

Filed under Commentary, Sports, Today

With the NBA playoffs just four days away, a handful of teams have emerged to form a top tier that separates itself from the rest of the pack. Every year there are legitimate contenders and hopeful pretenders, and this year is... Read more »

The Wildcats are cruising into the tourney with an eye on perfection

Oscar Terrones, Sports Editor

March 18, 2015

Filed under Commentary, Sports

As is the case most years when the NCAA Tournament rolls around The Wildcats earned the No. 1 seed in the tournament after one of the most dominant regular seasons and conference tourney runs in the last few years. The last... Read more »

Make ‘em all count: Seahawks going for repeat

Oscar Terrones, Sports Editor

January 29, 2015

Filed under Commentary, Sports

“Building through the draft.” It’s an old cliché most that newly hired General Managers use during their introductory press conference. It is a vague but satisfying explanation of how they expect to build the roster... Read more »

In need of a revolution

In need of a revolution

Zachary Weber, Contributing Writer

November 4, 2014

Filed under Commentary, Sports, Sports News

Big West women’s volleyball predictions

Anita Wang, Sports Editor

October 7, 2014

Filed under Commentary, Sports, Sports News, Women's Sports, Women's Volleyball

Standings, coaches’ polls, NCAA rankings, at-large bids and qualifiers – these are all things people talk about when determining how good a team is, hoping to accurately predict who will become conference champions and advance... Read more »

World Series or bust

World Series or bust

September 29, 2014