Gallery: PCAC Championship Swim Meet: April 19-21
May22

Gallery: PCAC Championship Swim Meet: April 19-21

[Show as slideshow] Palomar College hosted the swim meet for the PCAC Championship during the weekend of April 19 to April 21 Photos by Taylor Hardey and Emily Whetstone/The...

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Men’s golf continues to win
May16

Men’s golf continues to win

Palomar College’s men’s golf team has rallied in the past few conference events, winning four games in a row March 26 to April 9. The March 28 game won out 3-1, and was played at St. Mark’s in San Marcos. The next leading games ranged from Fallbrook and Rancho Mirage, both with wins. So far, Palomar’s golf team leads in great standings this season.

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Palomar alumni hits the spotlight
May16

Palomar alumni hits the spotlight

Palomar College can lead students to all sorts of exciting careers and Savelina Fanene, better known as Nia Jax, is a great example of that. Before studying at Palomar College and joining its basketball team in 2002-2003, Jax passed on a sports scholarship to model in New York City. Scouted while coming out of basketball practice one day, she described her first brush with stardom, “One of the judges was a modeling agent, and he...

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Lady Comets exit early from state B-Ball Tourney
May16

Lady Comets exit early from state B-Ball Tourney

After a banner season the lady Comets basketball team came up just two games short of the state title. A tough loss ends Palomar Women’s 11-game winning streak and playoff run in the CCCCA ( California Community College Commission on Athletics) tournament quarterfinals at Ventura College. The Comets were the No. 1 seed of the Elite 8 Teams in the state. “We beat them in rebounding but at the free throw line we shot 55 percent but we...

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Team swims to state title
May14

Team swims to state title

The Palomar Women’s swim team propelled to Top 10 at the three-day CCCAA State Swimming & Diving Championship on May 1 at the De Anza College Aquatics Center, placing ninth out of 33 total teams. If not for Palomar, the Orange Coast Pirates nearly dominated the meet, winning four of five women’s relays and all five men’s relay races, still deeming them the first place champs. Four leaders on the women’s swim team led the Comets...

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Growing pains for men’s volleyball
May14

Growing pains for men’s volleyball

A tough season of rebuilding ended recently for Palomar College Men’s Volleyball team. The Comets finished 0-15 for the year. Despite the Comets record they produced well with Gennaro Licosati and Sam Sommers both getting over 75 kills. “Sam and Genno are leaders in kills as well, they stepped up as key role players on the team,” said Head Coach Bryan Campbell. Sommers is reportedly transferring up to Cal Poly San Louis Obispo....

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