Soccer Fights Through Rough Start

Niza Metoyer Editor-in-Chief Men’s soccer started out their new season bumpy with their first game Thursday, Aug. 23, against Marymount California University 0-3. The Royals went on to battle University of California Merced in the first round of The Masters Tournament falling 3-6. The men won their first game of the season in the final […]

Royals Execute Eagles in Epic Match

Ben Garcia Staff Writer The Royals have charged out of the gate as they undergo their fall campaign. After picking up a demanding 4-0 win against the Biola Eagles on Monday, Aug. 27, the excitement building in and around the team is almost palpable. “We have a solid group of girls. Not just in soccer, […]

Track Takes on GSAC

Brittany Gonzales Assistant Section Editor The Royals started the GSAC Champions Tuesday, April 26, and had their second GSAC Championship Friday, April 27. The team did not earn a team score on the first GSAC meet however the second one they came in seventh place out of seven. The Royals had four athletes earn All-GSAC […]

Senior Season Comes to a Close

Catalina Pantoja Staff Writer     This weekend men’s golf got ready to compete at their last tournament for their spring season. Their last tournament was the GSAC Championship at Arizona Christian University hosted by Wigwam Country Club. However, this event is hosted for two days Sunday, April 29, and finals are Tuesday, May 1.     “Well it […]

Royals hit the GSAC Championships at Full Force

Kristi Lutz Assistant Copy Editor Softball has ended their regular season, winning their final game Saturday, April 21, against Vanguard University 4-2, and finishing with an overall score of 43-9. Today marks the final day of their three-day GSAC Tournament hosted at Vanguard University. Their first day, they lost against Menlo College but redeemed themselves […]

The Qualifications of A Sport

Niza Metoyer Editor-In-Chief There has always been a debate concerning what makes something a sport. Cheer and dance had at one point been considered boarder line with some people agreeing that it is a sport and other saying it is not. Currently the debate has turned towards ESports and Competitive Gaming, the competition aspect may […]

Tennis Ends Rough Season

Men’s tennis has had their challenges during their season yet managed to end on a high note with Kyle Rae earning GSAC player of the week. Their current record stands at 6-15, with a GSAC record of 0-6. Despite the setbacks they did manage to gain victories over Ottawa University 6-3, Gordon College 8-1, Swarthmore […]

Baseball Heads into Final Stretch of Season

Brooklyn Jespersen Staff Writer The baseball team faced off against Vanguard University Friday, April 20, and again in a doubleheader the next day. The team demolished Vanguard University Friday, 6-3. They continued their attack the next day when they crushed Vanguard, 5-1. However, Vanguard came back in the second game, receiving a victory with a […]