San José City College Jaguars Secure Third Consecutive Away Victory
San José City College Jaguars won their third consecutive away game, beating Cabrillo College Seahawks 32-24 in Aptos. The Jaguars started strong, scoring a team safety and a 51-yard touchdown run by Mattias Carrillo within the first few minutes. Cabrillo's Juan Arroyo scored a 33-yard field goal, but the Jaguars ended the first quarter leading 16-3.
'Olivia Dunne Of Swimming' Is Back In The Pool
San Jose State swimmer Andreea Dragoi was back in the pool this week after a successful offseason. The 5-foot-10 Bucharest, Romania native, is heading into her junior year at SJSU. While she's an elite athlete in the pool, she's growing proficient in another area as well. Over the past few months, ...
Santa Clara City Manager and City Attorney Get Jabroni Award for Failure to Get World Cup Documents, Putting City At Risk
City Staff was asked to get World Cup documents from the 49ers to show what the team has committed and what the City might be on the hook for. City Manager Jovan Grogan and City Attorney Glen Googins having been trying for months but still don’t have all of them.
Women’s volleyball sweeps Arizona schools
No. 3 women’s volleyball (11-2, 4-0 Pac-12) continued its exceptional season with 3-0 wins against both No. 25 Arizona State (14-1, 2-1 Pac-12) and the University of Arizona (5-10, 0-4 Pac-12) on Friday and Sunday, respectively. With a remarkable team effort, the team ended the weekend on a five-game winning streak.
Lauren Lappin Inducted into Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame
STANFORD, Calif. — Cardinal softball legend Lauren Lappin took her place alongside the Stanford greats on Friday evening as she was formally inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame. Lappin was part of a 10-member class that included Joe Borchard (baseball/football), Kori Carter (women’s track and field), Grace...
Iniguez Scores in Spartans' 1-1 Draw Against Utah Valley
BOX SCORE (PDF) SAN JOSE, Calif. - Angel Iniguez scored his team-leading fifth goal of the season to lead the San José State men's soccer team (4-3-4, 1-0-1 WAC) in a 1-1 draw against Utah Valley (1-5-4, 0-1-1) on Sunday afternoon. Iniguez was assisted on the goal by Isaac...
These hilarious team photos of the Santa Clara cross country team will make your day
Editor's note: This article was originally published on September 26, 2022. It has since been updated. Most people's images of athletes are that they're strong, serious and confident. And team photos normally display the essence of strong and disciplined personalities. However, the Santa Clara Men’s Cross Country team opted to go in a different direction with their team headshots. Citius Mag, which documents the sport of distance running, collaborated with the team and produced a series of photos that show the humorous and playful side of its star athletes, reported SB Nation. The headshots were filled with smoldering expressions, frightening eyes and distinct mustaches. Each team member understood the humor and played along with these headshots, which made rounds on the internet.
Red Bull Double Agent Event: Ludwig & C9 Mang0 Clash in Unpredictable Valorant Showdown at Guildhouse in San Jose
Prepare for an electrifying evening as the Red Bull Double Agent event takes center stage at the Guildhouse in San Jose, CA, featuring Ludwig & C9 Mang0. The event is set to take place on Mon, Oct 02, from 5pm to 10pm.
Nevada soccer beats reigning MW champions SJSU in front of record-breaking crowd
RENO, Nev. (Nevada Athletics) - Nevada soccer defeated the defending Mountain West champions, San Jose State, 2-0 in front of 1,093 fans at Mackay Stadium Sunday. The attendance of 1,093 was the largest attended Nevada soccer home match in program history. Sophomore defender Maddie Benson scored her first goal of...
Instant Reactions: Ducks overcome slow start to defeat Stanford
There might have been a slight panic among the Oregon fan base when the Ducks were down 6-0 to Stanford after one quarter. But on that Oregon sideline, there was no panic. The Ducks quickly fixed some things and outscored the Cardinal the rest of the way for what turned out to be an easy victory on The Farm. Oregon is 5-0 for the first time since 2013 and will probably move up in the polls with the bye week on the horizon. The rest comes at a perfect time with Washington next on the schedule. Troy Franklin caught two more touchdowns and Bo...
SJSU Swimmer Andreea Dragoi Shares Mesmerizing Underwater Video Practicing the Butterfly Stroke
Swimmer Donna de Varona Returns to Grand Marshal Parade of Champions
The Santa Clara Parade of Champions is almost here and we now know who will be the parade’s Grand Marshal. The honor goes to two-time Olympic gold medalist and Santa Clara High School grad Donna de Varona. This is the second time de Varona has served as Grand Marshal...
Spartans Fall At Nevada To Close Out Road Trip
RENO, Nev. – Sabrina Weinman put a pair of shots on net, but San José State (3-4-5, 1-1-2 MW) was unable to put one in the goal as they fell 2-0 to Nevada (4-4-5, 2-1-1 MW) to close out their Nevada road trip on Sunday afternoon. The Spartans...
Arizona volleyball still searching for first Pac-12 win after sweep at Stanford
At least it was over quickly. In roughly 45 minutes, Arizona volleyball was dispatched in a sweep (25-8, 25-14, 25-23) by No. 3 Stanford at Maples Pavilion. The loss dropped the Wildcats to 5-10 overall and 0-4 in Pac-12 play. Unlike its other two matches against top 10 opponents, this one was not competitive.
After four games it seems Stanford has finally found a quarterback
The old football adage is when you have two quarterbacks, you really have no quarterbacks. That might be the case for Stanford this season as first-year head coach Troy Taylor is making his way through the year. Ashton Daniels and Justin Lamson have split time behind center, but in the 21-20 loss to Arizona, Daniels took most of the snaps and it looks like he’s QB1 for now. Going with Daniels, a 6-foot-2 215-pounder from Buford, GA, would seem like the smart decision. Daniels is completing nearly 60 percent of his passes and the Cardinal are gaining on average 12 yards per...
SDSU MEN'S SOCCER PLAYS STANFORD TO 0-0 DRAW
This is the second straight year SDSU has played Stanford to a 0-0 draw when the Cardinal are ranked in the top 10. “A typical Pac-12 duel where both teams laid a lot on the line,” Head coach Ryan Hopkins said. "I think a draw was a fair result for both sides.”
Third Shutout of the Season
SAN DIEGO - No. 6 Stanford fought to a scoreless draw with No. 17 San Diego State on Sunday afternoon, the third shutout of the season for the Cardinal. The draw also earned Stanford a point in Pac-12 play, moving the Cardinal to 5-1-3 and 0-1-3 in conference contests and the Aztecs to 6-1-2 and 0-1-1 in the Pac-12. "I'm very pleased with the performance today," said the Knowles Family Director of Men's Soccer Jeremy Gunn. "We suffered one early chance that the Aztecs had that Rowan Schnebly made a great save on, and for the rest of the first half, I felt we were the stronger team and more likely to score."
San Jose State honors former student, current ESPN reporter Marc Spears
Marc Spears, a reporter for ESPN and Andscape, became the fifth person to receive the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award for excellence in professional journalism.
Stanford OL commit returns for visit: 'I’ll never have a bad time at Auburn'
AUBURN, Alabama — In June, it looked like Auburn was going to land a commitment from 3-star offensive lineman Kahlil House after his official visit. But a trip to Stanford the next weekend changed that, as he committed to the Cardinal. Flash forward a few months and House was...
True freshmen tracker: Ten play and five avoid redshirting in win over Stanford
PALO, ALTO, Cali. — The Ducks continue to rely heavily on their freshmen recruiting class. For the fourth time in five games this season, 10 or more were used in Saturday's 42-6 win over Stanford. Ten members of the 2023 recruiting saw the field on Saturday. Five freshmen have...