Comets finish season with losing record but play hard
May05

Comets finish season with losing record but play hard

      The Palomar College Men’s basketball team finished its season with a 11-17 record. During the season, the Comets struggled with being out-rebounded but continued to play hard in every game. The Comets defeated their North County rival MiraCosta College both times they met within the season. According to the men’s basketball website the team said its goodbyes to four sophomores: Derick Jones, Aaron Roedl, Marley...

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Palomar rides win streak into playoffs
May05

Palomar rides win streak into playoffs

Having already met a goal of winning conference, Head Baseball Coach Buck Taylor jokes about attempting to match Palomar’s softball team’s winning record. The Comets’ baseball team is currently riding a 15-game winning streak. It is the best winning streak in baseball for the California Community College Athletic Association, which is composed of 86 teams. The Comets end the season by earning their way into the postseason, their 14th...

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Returning players will highlight next season
May05

Returning players will highlight next season

The women’s basketball team finished the season with a 16-11 record. Six Comets will return next season, and three of the four sophomores will be moving on to play at the four-year level. All have received scholarships. Mikaela Stanton, Maureen Fegan and Bianca Littleton were also first team players for the All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference. Stanton will take her skills to Canada where she will play at Brandon University and...

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Littrell earns honors for women’s team
May05

Littrell earns honors for women’s team

The women’s tennis team consisted entirely of freshman players except for sophomore Remy Littrell. This season Littrell was named Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year. According to the Palomar official athletics website, on April 26 Littrell received the 2014 Region 1 Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award for California Community College women’s tennis. The team finished the season 2-10 in conference and 2-13...

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Comets rack up medals for season
May05

Comets rack up medals for season

The men’s golf team placed second overall for the season and in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championships with a score of 769, right under College of the Desert with 761. The PCAC finals were on April 28 at Canyon Crest Country Club. With the Comets final score the golf team has advanced to the Southern California Community College Regional Championships on May 5 according to Palomar’s official athletic website. Aaron...

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Comets improve times, hit goals over season
May05

Comets improve times, hit goals over season

The Palomar College Men’s Swimming team continued to achieve its goals this season as well as obtaining a personal best at conference with swimmers’ improved times.   The Comets finished second in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships at Wallace Memorial Pool where freshman swimmer Rich Farley captured his third gold medal at the meet. Farley was voted conference Men’s...

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