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Dons Lose In The First Round of Playoffs

By Alan Chang

The Dons playoff run ended early losing two of a three-game series against the Mt. San Antonio Mounties at the

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Dons Roll Through Cypress 7-3

By Jason Solares

Sophomore shortstop Raymond Villanueva’s two-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning put the No.19 Dons out of

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Askin Completes Come Back For The Dons

By Alan Chang

Freshman outfielder Grant Askins hit a single in the bottom of the seventh Saturday, bringing in two runs and completing

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Canyon Snaps Dons Winning Streak

By Alan Chang

Sophomore pitcher Brendan Henry led the Canyon Cougars to a 7-0 shutout to win the series 2-1 while ending the

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Dons’ Defensive Approach Results in 10-5 Win Against Falcons

By Ashley Ramynke

Freshman pitcher Kyle Hoskins, helped the Dons come back from a two run deficit to win 10-5 against the Cerritos

Dons 2018 Spring Sports Wrap-Up

By Jordy Espinoza

It was a topsy-turvy semester for the Dons this spring, as women led the way and the men struggled to find success. The sophomore duo of Mikelle Taylor and Viridiana Serrano were ranked the No.1 duo in the state and despite a first-round elimination in the playoffs—softball finished second in the conference

Dons Miss Playoffs After Valiant Season Effort

By Jordy Espinoza

The Santa Ana College Dons Baseball team had four players honored by the Orange Empire Conference as three athletes were named to the all-conference first team and the other was named on the all-second team.

Hoskins’ Dream Becomes A Reality

By Jordy Espinoza

Sophomore Cole Hoskins signed with Grand Canyon University after playing two season with the Santa Ana college Dons.

Last Chance for The Dons

By Julian E. Romero

The Dons’ baseball team is close to striking out for its chance to be in the Orange Empire Conference playoffs.

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Bryan Leef’s Comeback to Baseball Goes Beyond The Game

By Jordy Espinoza

It begins with an adventurous, energetic 5-year-old boy hitting plastic balls with a plastic bat, filled with joy every time he connects.