Sports

Rivera’s Huge Game Powers Dons Past Golden West 13-4

By Diego Devia

Led by Freshmen Karlee Rivera’s big day at the plate the Dons (11-7) stayed hot with yet another conference win on Wednesday afternoon as they defeated the Golden West Rustlers (5-15) 13-4 in five innings.

Dons’ Win Streak Ends At Four With Loss to Mt. SAC

By Diego Devia

Freshman Jeana Gonzalez had two hits and an RBI, but it wasn’t enough as the Dons (10-7) fell to the Mt. San Antonio College Mounties (14-1) in a non-conference game Friday afternoon.

Gonzalez, Dons Walk-Off Tigers 2-1 For Fourth Straight Win

By Jason Solares

The Dons (10-6) defeated the Riverside City College Tigers (11-6) 2-1 in an extra inning thriller with a walk-off walk in the eighth inning.

De La Torre Lifts Dons to 5-2 Win Against Fullerton

By Diego Devia

Sophomore Priscilla De La Torre led the Dons to a 5-2 victory against Fullerton College in yet another important conference game giving the Dons a 2-1 record in the Orange Empire Conference.

Bats Stay Hot As Dons Complete Sweep Of Roadrunners

By Jordy Espinoza

Sophomore Bryan Leef led the charge with a game-changing home run as the Dons (8-5) defeated the Desert Roadrunners (3-12) 10-3 Thursday afternoon at Don Sneddon Field.

Dons’ Rally Comes Up Short Against Mt. SAC

By Jordy Espinoza

The bats clicked as the Mt. San Antonio College Mounties (8-3) defeated the Santa Ana College Dons (4-5) 13-10 in Thursday’s non-conference matchup at Don Sneddon field.

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Dons Dominate Fighting Cacti in Last Home Game of Season

By Diego Devia

Led by sophomore forward Alexis Casillas’ 23-point performance, the Dons pummeled the Fighting Cacti, 91-27 Tuesday in the last home

Dons fall to Palomar College 4-2

By Diana Romano

Santa Ana Softball (3-4) fell to Palomar College (6-1) in their non-conference home game matchup Tuesday, February 13th.

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Using Steroids to Get Fit Faster Has Serious Health Consquences

By Jordy Espinoza

There she was – cold, empty and lifeless. Nancy Benoit lay with a bible by her side, tied and strangled with a cord on the night of June 22, 2007. The next morning, her seven-year-old son, Daniel, would also be found lying on his bed, littered with bruises around his neck and arms. He was strangled in his sleep, caught in a “crippler crossface” wrestling hold and surrounded by posters of his murderer – his father, professional wrestler for World Wrestling Entertainment, Chris Benoit.

Successful Season For The Dons Ends After Brief Playoff Appearance

By Jordy Espinoza

The Santa Ana College Men’s Soccer team ended their 2017 season as they were defeated by the Compton College Tartars Saturday 1-0, in the first round of the California Community College Athletic Association Southern Regionals.