• Go Big, Go Home

    Go Big, Go Home

    Matt Morgan, 15 Jun 2017

    Ken Sears ’55 put Santa Clara in the Final Four and became the first basketball player on the cover of Sports Illustrated. After six years as a Knickerbocker and two with the Warriors, he returned to Watsonville and became a different kind of legend.

    Summer 2017

  • Cam’s Corner

    Cam’s Corner

    Eryn Olson ’16, 15 Jun 2017

     A course on courage with Marty Sammon ’56 and Cameron McCarthy ’17. Both have spent time in the ring. And Marty went to Little Rock’s Central High to defend the rights of nine black students who wanted to go to school there.

    Summer 2017

  • The Competitor

    The Competitor

    Matt Morgan, 21 May 2017

    Hayden Shieh ’18 did a lot of winning on the links this year, making his second straight trip to the NCAA regionals and nearly grabbing a WCC championship.

  • The Big Cat

    The Big Cat

    Santa Cruz Sentinel and Jim Seimas, 2 May 2017

    Saying goodbye to Ken Sears ’55, the first basketball player to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

  • “We’re Absolutely Back.”

    “We’re Absolutely Back.”

    Matt Morgan, 1 Mar 2017

    A dynasty renewed by a Cinderella finish.

    Spring 2017

  • Family Business

    Family Business

    Matt Morgan, 1 Mar 2017

    Nate Kratch ’15 had an outstanding year for the Broncos, but he's got nothing on his grandma.

    Spring 2017 

  • Call It JB2K

    Call It JB2K

    SCM Staff, 1 Mar 2017

    Jared Brownridge celebrates 2,000 points and finishes just shy of SCU’s all-time top spot for scoring.

    Spring 2017

  • Nash Bash

    Nash Bash

    SCM Staff, 1 Mar 2017

    All-time great Steve Nash ’96 is back on campus this Spring.

    Spring 2017

  • Twist of Fate

    Twist of Fate

    SCM Staff, 1 Mar 2017

    Injuries douse a hot start; seniors miss NCAA tournament for the first time since 2013.

    Spring 2017

  • A Great Run

    A Great Run

    Harold Gutmann, 30 Nov 2016

    The Santa Clara women’s soccer team reached the NCAA quarterfinals for the first time since 2005. Now it’s envisioning even more success.