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Football returns after two years — and a two-week delay

By Adriana Estrella

Football season returns after almost two years with a home opener Saturday that was postponed after a player tested positive

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Women’s volleyball claims victory over Palomar

By Edgar Galvan

The women’s volleyball team defeated Palomar on Wednesday, Sept. 15 in Cook’s Gym. The match lasted over two hours with

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Softball: Dons Victorious In Doubleheader Over Chargers

By Vinh Nguyen

Santa Ana College Dons softball team took two games from the Cypress College Chargers, defeating them 2-0 and 4-3 on

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Santa Ana Dons Surge Past Lasers 1-0

By Dorian Zavala

Freshman Forward Kevin Ruiz scores the only goal for the Santa Ana Dons as they defeated Irvine Valley College Lasers

Young Dons Look To Take Charge

By Jordy Espinoza

Starting her 14th year as Santa Ana’s Head Coach, Flo Luppani is looking at a young core of talented players to return the Dons to the playoffs.

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Santa Ana’s Hot Start Cools Off

By Nathan Jacobo

[easy-image-collage id=22990] Through eight games this season the Dons are (4-1-3). Santa Ana started off with four consecutive wins, and

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Dons Can’t Find The Key

By Nikki Nelsen

No matter what key Santa Ana College tried they could not open the lock Fullerton College shut out the Dons

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Dons Lose Their First Game of The Season

By Dorian Zavala

An absentee referee and aggressive plays from both sides led to a heated argument at the end of the game

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.