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Pool’s fate up in air

Steven Canalez

September 16, 2014

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admin | TIMES STAFF The swimming pool and auxiliary gym are scheduled to be demolished between 2016 and 2017, but a new pool is in the works. Seher Awan, assistant director of fiscal services, said the pool and the auxiliary gym will...

Kinesology, athletics department planning student athlete program

Zach Tatar

September 16, 2014

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Athletic Director Lamel Harris is entering his third semester at San Jose City College and he is working to improve and maintain all sports programs on campus. Harris plans to bring a formal academic program to SJCC. With this...

Jags advance to playoffs

Zach Tatar

May 6, 2014

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Softball team looks to wake up bats after 22-15 season The San Jose City College softball team earned the 10th seed among 17 teams in the Northern California Regional playoff bracket announced Saturday, April 26. SJCC...

Featured Jag: Jayme Gonzalez

Steven Canalez

April 2, 2014

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Name: Jayme Gonzalez Age: 19 Major: Undeclared Sport: Track and field Thrower Jayme Gonzalez is regarded by David Flynn, head coach of the track and field team, as their “best all-around thrower.” Gonzalez, sophomore, 19...

Golf team places second of six

Zach Tatar

April 2, 2014

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The San Jose City College golf team entered its seventh tournament of the season at Rancho Canada Golf Club in Carmel on Monday, March 24, finishing second among six teams and scoring 10 under par. Freshman Owen Hutchison led th...

Jags win 9 out of 16 games

Zach Tatar

April 2, 2014

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San Jose City College showers 133 hits in March With a 40 percent chance of rain at game time, the Jags battled through the elements achieving the win 7-2 at home Tuesday, March 25 over the Coast North Conference Mission Coll...

Lady Jags going strong

March 20, 2014

Basketball season ends

Zach Tatar

March 20, 2014

Filed under Briefs, Sports

Playoffs come and go The San Jose City College men’s basketball season came to an end Friday, Feb. 28 after the team traveled north to Butte College and lost 77-65. "It didn't come out as expected," Coach Percy Carr said. ...

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