Palomar College sports Hall of Fame
Feb07

Palomar College sports Hall of Fame

On January 26th, 2019 Palomar College inducted 8 new members to it’s sports hall of fame. The inductees are highlighted by 3 time national championship football head coach Tom Craft and former NFL quarterback Tyler Lorenzen. Tom Craft // Football Coach — 1983-1993, 1997-2001 With a record of 115-56-1, he’s the winningest coach in Palomar College history. He coached the team to its only 3 national championships in 1991, 1993, and...

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Palomar swimming diving into new season
Feb07

Palomar swimming diving into new season

Story by Kena Haun   The men and women of Palomar swimming have dived back into the pool with a balanced blend of returning standouts and new competitors. Returning swimmers include Jarad Altman who placed 9th last year at the CCCAA Championships in the 1650 freestyle while qualifying in three events at this state competition for the men’s team. The women’s team has two athletes returning that won at state in the freestyle event,...

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Homerun! Slam dunk! Comets athletic is back
Feb07

Homerun! Slam dunk! Comets athletic is back

It’s that time of year again when the sounds of dribbling basketballs and the pings of aluminum bats fill the campus air. As teams start their season working towards the common goal of a state title. Here’s a quick update on how the first few weeks went for Comets Athletics. BASEBALL The baseball team ended their season last May with a heartbreaking loss to Saddleback in the Super Regional round of the postseason, but with the start...

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Palomar’s Scholar Athletes
Feb07

Palomar’s Scholar Athletes

Being a college student is no easy feat, but add the pressure of weekly practices and games and the concept of having to pass a simple english course can seem impossible. The following students recently competed in the 2018 Palomar College fall season while simultaneously completing 12 or more units and holding a 3.0 or higher grade point average. With a collective 22 men’s and women’s sports and an average of 450 participating...

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Comets baseball and softball back to winning ways
Feb06

Comets baseball and softball back to winning ways

BASEBALL Palomar Baseball is already in full swing as the Comets look to repeat as Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) champions for the second year in a row. The Comets’ 2018 season saw them win the PCAC by two games before their season came to an end at the hands of Saddleback College. Their loss in round two of the Southern California Regional Tournament came off the tails of an exciting round one series win against College of...

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Palomar basketball back in action
Dec05

Palomar basketball back in action

Story by Gerald Ligeralde Palomar men and women’s basketball is back in action and is looking to get into shape for the upcoming 2019 season. Both teams have a lot of fresh faces and raw talent, but overall both teams are hungry for the championship title especially the women’s team seeking redemption for last year’s state tournament upset. Men’s basketball tied for second in the league last season at 16-14 and played in the state...

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