Just Do It: Nike’s million dollar touchdown
Oct01

Just Do It: Nike’s million dollar touchdown

Story by Brian Beltran   Kneeling was never about the military. It was never about disrespecting the flag. It was always about speaking out about racial injustice in America. Nike’s legendary status in the world of sports and media has never been bound by the expectations of society to fit an agenda. They are constantly pushing the envelope by endorsing outspoken activists that fit their iconic motto “Just Do It.”...

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Palomar defeats Citrus for second win of the season
Sep17

Palomar defeats Citrus for second win of the season

Comets surged their way to a victory over the Citrus College Owls late in the fourth quarter delivering the Owls their first loss of the season with a final score of 14-10. Coach Joe Early and his coaching staff have been working with the young team to make them game ready. While Early was pleased with their victory, he recognized there was still room for improvement on the team. “They aren’t used to the speed of college...

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Both water polo teams young, optimistic

Poolball, wapo or water polo, whatever you call it, it’s back in full swing along with the rest of the semester. The men and women of the Comet’s water polo team are ready to get back in the pool and compete for another chance at a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) title. The Women are looking to build on their success in the pool after finishing second in the PCAC last fall. First year head coach Mandy Simon will be looking to...

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Comets soccer off to shaky start, coaches remain optimistic
Sep10

Comets soccer off to shaky start, coaches remain optimistic

Palomar Comets soccer have been off to a rough start in the season for both men and women, but their coaches are unphased. The Comets’ soccer teams are entering into what could be a rough season. The women have been dealt four straight losses already, and are in need of turning things around. The men are performing slightly better, enduring half as many losses, while grabbing one win and a tie in their first four game. Women took...

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New Coach Hopes for Continued Success
Sep06

New Coach Hopes for Continued Success

Comet’s baseball new head coach is looking to build upon the successes of his predecessor. Coach Ben Adams, who was appointed as the Comets’ new head baseball coach has been a staff assistant at Palomar for 14 years. He hopes to continue to build upon the successes of the previous head coach, Buck Taylor, who over the summer accepted a position as the new pitching coach for Kansas State University. Both Taylor and Adams...

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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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