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Volleyball team struggles

March 20, 2012

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By Analicia Najera and Dutches Richards / Times Staff  The San Jose City College women’s volleyball team struggled in the Ohlone College Spring Ball Tournament. This was an opportunity for 11 colleges to have a preview of the other t...

Women’s basketball win on sophomore night

Dutches Richards

March 7, 2012

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Playing their last game at San Jose City College against Cabrillo on Feb. 8, the women’s basketball team came out with a hustle. The Lady Jags started with strong defense and offensive players, and they were working for the...

Sports Calendar

March 7, 2012

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Tuesday, March 6 ■ Softball—SJCC vs. Gavilan* at Gilroy, 3 p.m. Thursday, March 8 ■ Softball—SJCC vs. MCP*, Monterey, 3 p.m. Friday, March 9 ■ Track and Field—Jack Albiani Invitational, Modesto, all day Saturday-Sunday,...

Meet the Athletes

Analicia Najera

March 7, 2012

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Compiled by Analicia Najera and Dutches Richards/Times Staff   Anthony Phanthavong Event: Sprint Age: 20 Major: History Anthony Phanthavong is beginning his first season as captain with the SJCC sprint team and ...

Lady Jags beat two community colleges

Linh Nguyen

March 7, 2012

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“Form is temporary, class is permanent.” That quote of Sir Alex Ferguson was so accurate about the San Jose City College softball team, which beat Redwood and College on Saturday, Feb. 25 at San Jose City College field...

Jaguars lose big at last home game of season

Dutches Richards

March 4, 2012

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San Jose City College men’s basketball team suffered a disappointing loss to Cabrillo College on sophomore night Feb. 8. With the excitement of the women’s basketball team’s win over Cabrillo earlier that night, the crowd...

Men’s basketball team speeds toward record number of wins

Contributor

February 17, 2012

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Patrick Loera CONTRIBUTOR Speed City is the nickname given to San Jose State University’s world-class sprinters coached by the late Bud Winter, and its legacy lives on through the San Jose City College men's basketball team....

Jaguars try to recover after another loss

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October 11, 2011

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By Patrick Loera The Jaguars come back home to Jaguar stadium after a hard 0-4 start played mostly on the road, but as history has it San Jose City College still has a chance to win another bowl game. “A crowd helps. It ...

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