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Portland Presents Last Chance for Track and Field

While last week’s Hilltop Awards marked a celebration of the end of the season for most of the Dons, the grind isn’t quite over...

Cheaters in the Hall of Fame?

Labels are powerful. Whether positive or negative, they can have a lasting effect on a person's legacy, oftentimes allowing one event to overshadow the...

Hilltop Awards Highlight Finest in Athletics

In a rare moment on April 29, the steps of War Memorial Gym were swarmed not with Dons fans, but with the Dons themselves....

Dons Drop Weekend Series to Last-Place Broncos

The Dons entered the weekend with the chance to leapfrog the Pepperdine University Waves into first place in the West Coast Conference Baseball Championship...

Tanking to the Top

For the longest time, professional basketball teams have played to win. Every draft pick, trade, free agent signing and front office hire has had...

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Stumble to Finish Line

Men’s Tennis   The Dons dropped their final two matches of the season, losing 4-0 to Pepperdine University on April 20 in Malibu, Calif. and 4-2...

America’s Pastime Needs a Change-Up

There needs to be less baseball.   Before I continue, it must be noted that baseball is one of my favorite sports, and the pace of...

Women’s Golf Remains Consistent at WCC Championships

Surrounded by the NCAA sanctions controversy circling their male team counterpart (See: Men’s Golf Faces NCAA Sanctions), the women’s golf team took to the...

Men’s Golf Faces NCAA Sanctions

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) imposed sanctions on the Dons men’s golf team on April 6 for a series of Level II and...

Meet Riley Ornido, WCC Pitcher of the Week

With a 7-0 season record thus far, including a nearly 8-inning no-hitter under his belt, it should come as no surprise that sophomore pitcher...