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  • Davis tourney schedule finally announced
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    The day before the tournament is to begin, the Vikings received word of their game schedule for Saturday, October 22nd at the Cali Tournament in Davis.  As you will now note on the game schedule, the first game commences with Dominican University at 10:00 a.m., immediately followed by a contest with San Jose State at 11:00 and the day ends with a game at 2:00 p.m. with Chico State. The location will be Dairy Field and Hutchison Field on the UC Davis campus.  Both are located on the corner of L
  • Vikings pay for slow start
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    Take away the first quarter of the contest with Simon Fraser University, and the Vikings played the Clan toe-to-toe, each team scoring eight goals over the final three quarters.  The difference, unfortunately for the Vikings was that the Clan shot out to a 7-0 lead after the first quarter.  The Vikings climbed back into it, scoring three goals in the second quarter, trailing 7-3.  However, just before the halftime ended, the Clan squeezed in a goal to take an 8-3 lead into the half.  The Vik
  • UN Reno records first ever victory over DVC
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    University of Nevada Reno (UNR) came intent on ending an almost decade long drought against the Vikings into Viking Stadium last Saturday night.  The Vikings led the series 8-0 heading into the game, but Reno jumped off to a fast start, scoring the first three goals of the contest in the first two minutes of the game.  The Vikings fought back valiantly to narrow the margin to 3-2, before UNR put another three spot on the Vikings.  The Vikings were forced to play catch-up the whole night and w
  • Vikings score big at community service day
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    Early last Saturday morning, the DVC Lacrosse Vikings awoke and headed over to Pleasant Hill Community Park to enjoy a pancake breakfast for the annual community service day.  After breakfast, the Vikings headed over to their adopted site, Gregory Gardens Elementary School and worked hard cleaning up the school.  They move stones, helped organize classrooms, painted, and most impressively moved a stump that weighed about 1000 pounds.  It's hard work, but the Vikings truly appreciate the suppo