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Michelle Warner seems to have good reason to be upbeat about College of San Mateo’s depth. Ten different players scored in the game with the sophomore tandem of McKenna Hilton (Half Moon Bay) and Julianne Llacer (El Camino) each tabbing double-figures.

If the Bulldogs hope to crash the playoffs — something they last did in 2011 — every one of their remaining division games is crucial.

The goal for the 2013-14 College of San Mateo women’s basketball teams is a brand new hardwood floor some 380 miles away from their own.

The junior college football season never takes time off. And after setting a record last year with more than 30 student athletes heading to a four-year university, it appears the College of San Mateo is aiming to break that mark.

Sure, “optimistic” isn’t the first word that comes to mind if you look at the Coast Conference North women’s basketball standings and see a 2-4 next to the College of San Mateo. But rest assured, Michelle Warner and the Bulldogs believe the glass is half full — and a berth in the postseason isn’t out of the question.

The College of San Mateo women’s basketball team couldn’t shutoff Santa Monica’s 3-point shooting barrage and fell to the visiting Corsairs, 77-65, in the consolation finals of the Tom Martinez Women’s Basketball Invitational Sunday.

On September 14, College of San Mateo will honor nine decades of its athletic legacy when it inducts 16 new members into the Athletics Hall of Fame. The distinguished list of 2012 inductees represents a wide range of success and eras over the past ninety years.

A year after inducting 15 members into its inaugural Hall of Fame Class, CSM announced 16 new faces whose names will be added onto the Hall of Fame monument come September 14.

A memorial service for Tom Martinez, who died Tuesday on his 66th birthday, will take place at 2 pm Friday at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church.

Longtime quarterback guru Tom Martinez died Tuesday after a heart attack during a kidney-dialysis session in Redwood City on his 67th birthday. The former College of San Mateo football coach was known nationally as the mentor of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, going back two decades to the days when Brady was 13 in San Mateo.