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 […]

Our Baseball Players Go Pro

By Harrison Howard Several baseball players from College of Southern Nevada were drafted by major league teams. Head Baseball Coach Nick Garritano had 12 players drafted during the five years he’s led the Coyotes. Bryce Harper, outfielder for CSN in 2010, was notably one of the most successful athletes drafted from the school’s program. He […]

Coyote Baseball’s Offense Leading 2016 Playoff Charge

By Harrison Howard College of Southern Nevada’s baseball team has its most productive offense since the 2010 Bryce Harper season. “We always try to find a steady balance throughout our lineup,” CSN’s Head Baseball Coach Nick Garritano said. The team’s players can hit. “The intriguing thing with this lineup is that every single regular starter […]

Softball New Head Coach Leads Team’s Transformation

By Harrison Howard New Interim Head-Softball Coach Amanda Montalto takes over team in hopes of heading to Nationals. Montalto, formerly the assistant coach of the College of Southern Nevada’s softball program, was elevated to her new position because of her winning past. She was a former three-time first-team Mid-American Conference player while she played at […]

Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series

By Areania Hewing Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas marathon series was held Nov. 10 to 13 on the Strip. It started with a health and fitness expo and concluded with a half marathon and full marathon. There was even a three-minute run-thru wedding ceremony that took place on the course. CSN Serves, a volunteer and […]

Skiers and Snowboarders Counting Days Until Slopes Open

By Jordan Johnson Lee Canyon, formerly Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort, is opening soon for its winter season. According to Trevor Ropelato, Lee Canyon’s media specialist, the resort should open to skiers and snowboarders around Thanksgiving, though the resort isn’t able to give a set date. Opening day fluctuates year-to-year based on the amount […]

Bump, Set, Spike

By Kim Trejo College of Southern Nevada has a new women’s volleyball team that will compete as part of the National Junior College Athletic Association. It is the first team in the state to play in the NJCAA. According to its mission statement the NJCAA fosters a national athletics program for two-year colleges. It promotes […]

CSN Builds First Women’s Junior-College Volleyball Program in State

By Devin Virissimo Women’s volleyball will be the newest sport added this fall to College of Southern Nevada’s competitive athletic program. It is the first National Junior College Athletic Association women’s volleyball team in the state. Fortunately its home will be CSN Sports Center at Cheyenne campus. Head Volleyball Coach Sue Thurman said, “I have […]

Coyotes Softball Still Competitive with Only 13 Active Players

By Devin Virissimo Thirteen is the lucky number for College of Southern Nevada’s Coyotes softball team as it heads into the final half of its season in hopes of winning its conference. The women’s softball team had 21 players at the beginning of the season. Now only 13 active players remain heading into the final […]

Bickford and Lucero Bring Baseball Early Success

By Devin Virissimo Before you finish reading this sentence a 94-mile-per-hour fastball could have whizzed by you at least three times. Hitting that ball is almost impossible; it is even harder when the pitcher and catcher are totally in sync with one another. College of Southern Nevada’s Coyotes baseball team has a dynamic pitcher and […]