Category: Sports

golf / golfer

Tiger-less golf has an identity problem

By Ethan Moore, page editor. The Master’s concluded this past weekend, and thanks to the wonderful storyline of the major-less Sergio Garcia, the product on the course was watchable and it ended up being a great final round. With that being said, lately it has been much harder to watch golf than in past years, and viewership for major golf […]

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11-10 Pioneers dominate Lorain, split doubleheader with St. Clair

11-10 Pioneers dominate Lorain, split doubleheader with St. Clair

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. On March 29, the Pioneers traveled to Lorain County Community College for a doubleheader. The first game ended with Delta coming out on top after seven innings 11-7. Ethan Lesperance was pitching the majority of the game, for five innings, before Ryan Woods was called in for two innings. Together the two gave up a […]

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Slumping Lady Pioneers look to get back on track

Slumping Lady Pioneers look to get back on track

By Ethan Moore, page editor. At the time of publication, the Lady Pioneers’ softball team is currently 11-11 after getting off to a hot start during spring training. However, since they returned from Florida, the team has failed to put together consistent performances and have since gone 3-7 and in conference play. Delta is currently mired in a five-game losing […]

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Should coaches make more than your governor?

Should coaches make more than your governor?

By Ethan Moore, page editor. It is no secret that coaches in professional and collegiate sports make more than they probably should. Sure, it is great to reward them for working their way up the ladder and reaching the elitist portion of the profession; however, should they be making seven figures? According to a recent study conducted by ESPN, of […]

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Intramural Sports continues to grow

Intramural Sports continues to grow

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. Since the intramural sports club’s first event last year, a dodgeball game held on Nov. 16, the number of events and participants has gone nowhere but upward. The first event saw nearly thirty students drop in to dodge, dip, duck and dive during the dodgeball game. Now most events see between thirty to sixty students […]

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Why a basketball player making it to his 8 am class is impressive

Why a basketball player making it to his 8 am class is impressive

By Ethan Moore, page editor. Normally, I think the way we treat our student-athletes is ridiculous. They are coddled by their schools and given unfair treatment based on the services they provide to their universities. With that being said, University of North Carolina Forward Luke Maye did something on March 28 that was actually impressive. If you do not already […]

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Lavar just needs to let his kids Ball

Lavar just needs to let his kids Ball

by Ethan Moore, page editor. March Madness is one of the greatest times of the year because it’s the only time of year that you can spend all of your waking hours watching basketball. However, if you have used social media or watched ESPN during the tournament, you have probably noticed something about Lavar Ball and his sons Lonzo, Liangelo […]

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Pioneers boost record to 8-9 after busy week of away games

Pioneers boost record to 8-9 after busy week of away games

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. The Delta Pioneers’ baseball team went 3-2 this week after starting off their away trip Monday, March 20, with a 12-2 loss to the Northwood JV team. Both Ty Robbins and Ty Jones scored on runs for the Pioneers thanks to RBIs by Mitch Morley and Dylan Steinke. Jones also got a stolen base on […]

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Delta's Torion Wilson goes up to shoot the ball past Macomb's defense during Delta's game against Macomb at Delta College March 1, 2017. Delta lost 58-49. (Delta Collegiate/Josie Norris)

Pioneers can’t figure out Mott, lose in opening round of postseason

By Ethan Moore, sports editor. FLINT– In the opening round of the MCCAA postseason, the Pioneers drew the Mott bears, whom they came into the game 0-2 against. Unfortunately, the third time was not the charm, and Delta’s season came to end. The two teams played a close contest, but an early injury to forward Devin Smith set the tone […]

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March Madness: Michigan and MSU end up in same bracket region

March Madness: Michigan and MSU end up in same bracket region

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. The epic climax of the men’s college basketball season is here at last, the NCAA tournament. The 67 game tournament pits colleges and universities from all over the country against each other. Conference champions are guaranteed their berth to the tournament while other teams must anxiously sit on the edges of their seats as each […]

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