Men’s volleyball team has down year, but future is bright
May19

Men’s volleyball team has down year, but future is bright

The Palomar men’s volleyball team is optimistic to build off of their 2-16 record from the 2017 season. For first year head Coach Bryan Campbell, a former volleyball player at Palomar, it was a season of trial and error. “A lot of the guys bought in and everybody worked hard, so I really can’t complain,” Campbell said. The season began in February with a 3-0 set loss at the hands of Long Beach College. Palomar...

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Gallery:  Baseball vs. Southwestern: April 27
May18

Gallery: Baseball vs. Southwestern: April 27

Palomar College hosted Southwestern on April 27 at the Palomar College Ballpark. Palomar defeated Southwestern 5-0. Photography by Pat Rindone/The Telescope [Show picture...

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Gallery: Baseball vs. Grossmont: April 20
May18

Gallery: Baseball vs. Grossmont: April 20

Palomar hosted Grossmont on April 20 at the Palomar College Ballpark. Palomar defeated Grossmont 4-2. Photography by Pat Rindone/The Telescope [Show picture...

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Athletic Department’s budget dispersed by necessity
May18

Athletic Department’s budget dispersed by necessity

When it comes to athletics at Palomar College, all sports are created equal. Presented with a zero-based budget, the athletic department uses money allocated to it at the beginning of each year to fund the most comprehensive intercollegiate athletic program of any community college in the state of California. Palomar currently has 22 competitive sport teams, all of whom take from the same general allotment of funds that are provided...

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Comet baseball wins against Southwestern
May01

Comet baseball wins against Southwestern

Palomar College Baseball recorded their 30th win of the season in the regular season home finale with a 5-0 shutout win against Southwestern College. The second-place Comets hosted the third-place Jaguars on Thursday April 27 in a highly defensive game where Palomar’s pitching was able to hold Southwestern to only five hits. Lefthanded pitcher Nathan Stilinovich was the star man for the Comets’ impressive defensive display, recording...

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Swimmer finds his stroke in the pool
Apr27

Swimmer finds his stroke in the pool

Nineteen-year-old sophomore Zach Wagonis is a stand out swimmer at Palomar College, boasting a time of 1:08 in the 100-meter breaststroke. Wagonis started out in athletics by trying every sport. His older brother played water polo, which led to him attending local club practices at the pool. Wagonis decided that he liked being in the water, and wanted to be better than his brother. “Most water polo players don’t like swim,”...

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