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Former women’s soccer coach Howard Hawver dies

Brennan Wasan

December 9, 2010

  GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- The recent Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Coach of the Year recipient, Howard Hawver  died early morning on Sunday December, 5th, after courageously battling Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), campus officials announced. He will be remembered here at Grossmont as part-time fa...

Fun-raiser for Grossmont Athletics Department at Souplantation

December 2, 2010

LA MESA, California (Press Release) -- The Souplantation at 9158 Fletcher Parkway will be the scene from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 7, of an event in which participants are asked to eat healthy foods and thereby support the Grossmont Athletic Department. On that evening, Souplantation will donate...

Grossmont Forensics Squad hosts 18th annual Griffin Tournament

Russell Lindquist

November 24, 2010

GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- The speech and debate squad is studying comments from judges following the 18th annual Griffin Tournament that brought 23 college teams to the campus Nov. 19-20. Asma Eweida and Jonathan Parker each won two awards in the tournament, and Jonathan Smith collected another for the Gr...

Grossmont football 2010 wrap-up (early edition)

William Dudley

November 19, 2010

GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- It could be argued that the turning point in Grossmont's 2010 football season happened way back in March. That was when the Southern California Football Association (SCFA) organized its 37 teams into into three new divisions -- National, Central, and American -- each with two...

Grossmont teams distinguish themselves in various sports

November 18, 2010

GROSSMONT COLLEGE-- Jim Spillers, the associate dean and athletic director,  has some good reasons to smile. Two Grossmont teams -- Women's Volleyball and Women's Water Polo--have won championships in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference. Cross country runner, Janine Ramos, meanwhile, has advanced...

Grossmont loses game, gains bowl berth

William Dudley

November 16, 2010

  GROSSMONT COLLEGE--The Grossmont Griffins have one more chance to conclude the 2010 football season with a win.  Their last regular-season game was a hard-fought loss to the Palomar College Comets last Saturday at Escondido High School. Grossmont clawed back from a 27-14 deficit to take the lead 28-27 in the third ...

Campus diversity on display at Fall Festival

November 9, 2010

  Photos and Story by Russell Lindquist GROSSMONT COLLEGE- The diversity of this college’s student population was on display when the annual Fall Festival was celebrated in the Main Quad, Nov. 2-3. Circle K Club, Grossmont College Art and Design, Muslim Student Association, Challenge Club, Japan Club, Ph...

Debaters from three states heading for Grossmont

November 9, 2010

GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release) -- The 18th Annual Speech and Debate Tournament will be hosted on this campus, Nov.20-21. Over 25  2-year and 4-year Colleges are expected to attend the event.  Schools from Arizona, Texas, and California will be competing in 11 Individual Events and Parliam...

Grossmont wallops Pasadena 69-34

William Dudley

November 8, 2010

    GROSSMONT COLLEGE --The Griffins finished the home portion of the 2010 football season with a satisfying flourish, thumping the Pasadena Lancers 69-34 at a blessedly cool Mashin-Roth Memorial Field. The victory ended a three-game losing streak, marked Grossmont’s first football win over Pasadena in seven tries, an...

Women’s Volleyball team leads the Pac Coast Athletic Conference

Brennan Wasan

November 4, 2010

GROSSMONT COLEGE - - The  Women's Volleyball team is currently in first place in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference having won 8 games and only losing 1 game in conference play, overall they are 14-5.  According to Coach Jamie Ivers, they "were tied with San Diego Mesa for first and ended ...

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