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Karalius joined the Bulldogs’ rotation by firing the first no-hitter for a CSM pitcher in at least a quarter century in a 10-0 win over De Anza at Bulldog Stadium.

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If you’re a track and field fan, I suggest you take in a College of San Mateo track meet before one of the best sprinters you’ll ever get to see in person moves on.

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There is a track and field smorgasbord Saturday on the Peninsula as two big-name meets will be contested. Serra hosts the annual Top 7, while up the hill, College of San Mateo hosts the just as iconic Bob Rush State Meet Preview.

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In a game Quigley-Borg planned to get all three of her front-line pitchers some work, McAdams, who came into the game with the lowest ERA in the state at 0.63 runs per game, led off with two innings of no-hit ball, which earned her 18th win of the year. She added four more strikeouts along the way, raising her season total to 118.

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The College of San Mateo softball team has done nothing but pulverize Coast Conference and Northern California teams for the last several years. This season is no exception, as the Bulldogs, seeded No. 1 in Northern California and No. 3 in the state, have outscored opponents in the month of March 97-4 following Tuesday’s 19-1 shellacking of Chabot.

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Skyline jumped out to a 10-point lead after one quarter, but saw CSM come roaring back in the second. The Trojans regained control in the third and pulled away in the second half for 69-56 win.

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Sean Prozell has been nails through his first two starts of 2019. And while the College of San Mateo sophomore has yet to record a decision, he was much happier about the outcome the second time around.

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CSM’s Career and Workforce Hub helps to guide students into programs that lead to jobs. One way to do that is to provide students with marketing materials that capture the excitement and growth potential in career programs.

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For the second time in three consecutive years, CSM’s Honors Project publication, Labyrinth, has won first place in a national honors newsletter competition. The National Collegiate Honors Council awarded Labyrinth first place among all public and private universities and colleges in the nation. The awards were announced at NCHC’s annual national conference in Boston in November 2018.

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As part of its work to identify career paths for students, the Division of Business and Technology has created a new certificate program in facilities management. With nearly 800 job openings in the Bay Area in the past year, and average salaries over $90,000, there is an opportunity to bring more students into this growing field.

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