Men’s water polo debut head coach
Sep11

Men’s water polo debut head coach

Palomar College men’s water polo team is ready for an exciting season with help from their new head coach. After last seasons win in the 2016 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) the team is on the rise with new coaching techniques. The team finished the season 19-8. The water polo team is debuting their new head coach Kody Moffatt after having coach Jem McAdams, who now coaches the women’s water polo. Moffatt is a ex-Comet water...

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Football is back, baby
Sep10

Football is back, baby

“Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it’s much more serious than that,” Bill Shankly. Bill Shankly might have played an entirely different type of football in another country, but the Irish soccer legend’s words ring true in my ears after witnessing the opening game of Palomar’s football season.   One of the most memorable moments of the game was during a kick off, when a fan...

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Video: Men’s volleyball team of 2017 grows
Jun05

Video: Men’s volleyball team of 2017 grows

The Men’s volleyball team grew together during the Spring 2017 season at Palomar College. by Josh Cortez, Jeremy Brown, and Kyle Fillat

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Comets golfer qualifies for state finals
May25

Comets golfer qualifies for state finals

The Palomar men’s golf season may have ended, but for 22-year-old Mitch Cannon it was only the beginning of a new start. Cannon was the only individual Comet golfer to advance to a statewide golf tournament hosted by the California Community College Athletic Association on May 8. Cannon was accompanied by teammates Tyler Cress and Jaime Sanz at the Southern California Regional Finals at El Camino Country Club in Oceanside. Cannon was...

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Gallery: PCAC Swim Finals: April 22
May22

Gallery: PCAC Swim Finals: April 22

[Show as slideshow] Palomar hosted the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference finals on April 22, 2017 at the Wallace Memorial pool .   Photos by Coleen Burnham/The...

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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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