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Dons Beat OCC 11-0

By Oliver Rivero

Sophomore pitcher Nicole Yniguez led the Santa Ana Dons to a 11-0 shutout Monday against the Orange Coast College Pirates

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Dons lose to No. 2 Cypress

By Oliver Rivero

Santa Ana Dons were shutout by No. 2 Cypress College Chargers 3-0 on Wednesday’s Orange Empire Conference game. Cypress’ sophomore

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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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Kyles’ Pitching Pushes Dons Past Golden West

By Jessica Arredondo

Freshman pitcher Aspen Kyles was three outs away from a no hitter at the top of the seventh inning Friday,

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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 lose to Santa Monica 2-1 in the second round of the playoffs

By Diego Devia

  With less than a minute to go and a man down, Santa Ana still had a chance to tie

Men’s Soccer Stays Undefeated With a Late Equalizing Goal

By Nathan Jacobo

With time expiring freshman midfielder Jesus Nunez delivers the equalizing goal to keep the Dons undefeated  with the final score

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

Don’s Track and Field Off to a Great Start

By Julian Wallace

The men’s and women’s track and field team, led by freshman Cydnee Wallace and veterans Toni Lopez and Paulino Sanchez, gave their best against Orange Coast College and Fullerton College in the opening meet of the season Feb. 24.