Even Kneeled
Even Kneeled

“What does change look like?” wrote Julie Johnston Ertz ’14 in a joint statement about her decision to kneel during the national anthem.

Ready Al, Row
Ready Al, Row

When she’s not studying for her three majors, Truman Scholar finalist Alexandria Perez ’23 is training with the rowing team.

Drafted
Drafted

You can find Julian Bravo ’22 on the professional pitch for the Portland Timbers.

Milestone
Milestone

Herb Sendek is the kind of coach you want to play for. The head coach of SCU’s men’s basketball team earned his 500th career win this season.

Leading Role
Leading Role

After a successful seven-season stint coaching women’s soccer at Stanford, Margueritte Aozasa ’12 will coach the UCLA Bruins.

And I Endorse This
And I Endorse This

Santa Clara athletes are navigating the world of sponsorships, from sandwich vouchers to glucose monitoring equipment.

Field of Dreams
Field of Dreams

Bill Duffy ’82 joins effort to form first majority Black-owned NFL franchise, and bring football back to Oakland.

Words And Deeds
Words And Deeds

“I was a born a Black man. And some day, I’ll die a Black man. But I don’t want to die because I am a Black man,” said Lloyd Pierce ’98 at a protest for racial justice.

Machaela Makes Four
Machaela Makes Four

With Machaela George ’20 signing this summer, there are now four Broncos who’ve gone pro with the OL Reign of the National Women’s Soccer League.

Getting Noticed
Getting Noticed

Maria Sanchez ’19 is making a name for herself in the world of women’s soccer—in more ways than one.