Same Bases, New Faces

By David Galvan Coyote Baseball at College of Southern Nevada saw former player Bryce Harper sign a $330 million contract this week. His success and the strong lineage of players going pro is a reason for attracting 15 new players to join the team this season. Harper, who played outfield for CSN in 2010, left […]

Take a Knee or Not

By Charles LaRocca National Football League’s controversy over players kneeling during the National Anthem in protest to police brutality has prompted a strong response. Although athletes at College of Southern Nevada have not taken a knee, the controversy is a conversation. “There’s so many point of views in this country and with social media everything […]

Soccer Star Ashlee Jordan Won Spotlight Award

By Karen Ortega Ashlee Jordan, player for College of Southern Nevada’s Ladies Coyote Soccer Team, won Raising Cane’s Coyote Athletics Spotlight award after demonstrating remarkable skills on the field. Coaches nominate student athletes to highlight key players to give them recognition. Jordan’s Coach Rob Dahl, head women’s soccer coach, was astonished by Jordan’s determination and […]

Prospects to Go Pro

By Charles LaRocca Scouts have identified five players this season on College of Southern Nevada’s baseball team as prospects to go pro. CSN Head Baseball Coach Nick Garritano highlighted a few players that have garnered attention from scouts this pre-season. Right-handed Pitchers Herbie Good and Isaiah Blaylock, Infielders Blake Wiggins and Dillon Johnson and left-handed […]

Vegas Golden Knights will Take the Ice

By Connor Denkin Professional hockey is coming to Las Vegas and students are excited. In a recent informal poll conducted Feb. 22 at College of Southern Nevada’s North Las Vegas campus, 67 out of 100 students said they plan to support the Vegas Golden Knights’ franchise during its first season as part of the National […]

Men’s Soccer: First Season was Major Success

By Dakota Hallaway Men’s soccer at College of Southern Nevada rejoices after a successful first season. CSN added soccer to the athletics programs’ line up this year to ride the excitement of the sport especially in light of the growing Hispanic demographic at the College and in the City. A fruitful and well-played season with […]

Baseball Excellence Continues at CSN

By Kory Scott College of Southern Nevada’s baseball program continues to be a gold mine for minor-league drafts. Five players went pro last season. The five players included the following: Jordan Hand, Taylor Hallead, Gabe Gonzalez, Brody Westmoreland and Mikey York. Hand was drafted to the New York Mets—selected in round 39—and is currently a […]

NFL Stadium Build Comes at a Cost

By Joaquin Mojica Nevada Legislature voted Oct. 11 to approve the Oakland Raiders stadium build with $750 million in lodging tax on hotel rooms on the Strip. The vote came with some controversy. The Legislature met in Carson City, Nev. and passed a bill to fund the construction of a $1.9 billion domed stadium to […]

If You Build it They Will Come

By Samantha Fry New softball field on College of Southern Nevada’s Henderson campus opened for fall training. “The field itself features state-of-the-art synthetic turf that allows us to play all year round,” said Dexter Irvin, director of athletics and recreation for CSN. “It’s also significant in saving water. We have a state-of-the-art press box … […]

Fall Training Starts for Coyote Baseball

By Lydia Vazquez College of Southern Nevada’s baseball team is currently training for a strong upcoming season. There are 38 athletes competing to fill approximately 30 spots on the team for spring, according to Head Baseball Coach Nick Garritano. “They have 20 games in the fall to compete to see who we actually keep around […]