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Menlo Athletic Training, Spataro and Osborne Honored with Cal Pac Postseason Awards

June 16, 2014: The California Pacific Conference Athletic Directors named winners of the conference's end of the year awards last week, recognizing outstanding performances from three individuals and three institutions. Menlo Athletic Director Keith Spataro was voted by his peers as the Cal Pac's AD of the Year following another year of success and growth in the Oaks athletic department. In…

The Most Prolific Wide Receiver to Ever Play for Menlo, Nate Jackson ‘01, Returns to Campus

April 15, 2014: The most prolific wide receiver to ever play for Menlo College, Nate Jackson, returns to campus on Monday, April 28, 2014, addressing Professor Doug Carroll's "Ethics in Sports Management" class, citing stories from his highly-regarded NFL-memoir “Slow Getting Up: A Story of NFL Survival from the Bottom of the Pile.” Jackson’s first published book has received rave…

Lady Oaks Defeat William Jessup to Claim Third-Straight Cal Pac Title

March 6, 2014: The Menlo College Women’s Basketball team (25-5) earned the right to advance to the 2014 NAIA Championships by claiming their third consecutive Cal Pac title with a 68-64 win over No. 3 seed William Jessup (14-15) on Monday evening. The win was the third of the season over the Warriors, but it didn't come easy, as was the case…

Former Denver Broncos NFL Player Nate Jackson on Writing & Being a Student-Athlete at Menlo College

December 20, 2013: Nate Jackson ‘01 is a rarity in the football ranks. His six-year career in the NFL for the Denver Broncos was twice as long as the average NFL career. His penchant for breaking the mold led him to his current career as an author, having recently released his first book, a memoir entitled, Slow Getting Up: A Story of NFL…