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In Retrospect: What the Four Major Sports Leagues Have Done for Social Justice

Miami Heat power forward Meyers Leonard stands with his hand over his heart as his teammates kneel during the national anthem

Ryder Martin, Staff Writer

September 1, 2020

Last week, the NBA playoffs came to a halt as players collectively began to strike in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. For a 24-hour period, there were talks that the NBA playoffs may be abandoned, as players wished to return to their communities.  Eventually, t...

Rampage end season with 9-2 run in last 11 games

Shelby Rose, The Paisano

Brady T. Phelps

April 20, 2016

With a loss to the Manitoba Moose at home on Friday, April 15, the San Antonio Rampage (33-35-8) ended their first season as the American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate of the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche in last place in the Pacific Division with a win percentage of .487. The Rampage certainly had a streaky inaugura...

Rampage beat Iowa Wild in shootout for sixth straight win at home

Borna Rendulic takes a wrist shot in a game against the Lake Erie Monsters. Photo by Shelby Rose, The Paisano

Brady T. Phelps

April 9, 2016

Veteran netminder Reto Berra made 36 saves to keep the Rampage within one goal until Croatian forward Borna Rendulic potted one to tie the game at three apiece and send the San Antonio Rampage and Iowa wild to overtime on Friday night at the AT&T Center. Captain Ben Street scored the lone goal...

Rampage sweep home stand

Photos by  Shelby Rose and Brady Phelps

Brady T. Phelps

March 30, 2016

The San Antonio Rampage just finished a four-game home stand in which they went undefeated and outscored their opponents 10-3. Rampage captain Ben Street tallied two points and 20-year-old rookie goalie Spencer Martin recorded a shutout in San Antonio’s 3-0 win over the Bakersfield Condors (27-24-8) on S...

Rampage suffer organizational failure

Brady T. Phelps

March 22, 2016

This weekend, the San Antonio Rampage missed an opportunity to extend their most recent losing streak to nine games, instead defeating the Grand Rapids Griffins 2-0 on Sunday. The season-high eight-game losing streak dated back to a 3-2 loss in Stockton, Calif. on Feb. 28 – the final game of the...

Rampage end 13-game home loss streak

Rampage end 13-game home loss streak

Patrick Martinez

March 22, 2016

The Rampage’s 13-game home losing streak came to an end this weekend with a pair of wins at the AT&T Center. Following nine losses in the last 11 games, the San Antonio Rampage (18-18-7-0) may have gained some confidence by dispatching the Bakersfield Condors (16-16-2-2) in consecutive routs with...

Rampage drop two at home after rodeo trip

Rampage Goalie Roman Will has assumed the starting role in Calvin Pickard's absence.

Patrick Martinez

March 9, 2016

After going 4-6-1 on their annual rodeo road trip, the Rampage returned to the AT&T Center this weekend, only to be outscored 8-1 over two games on Friday and Sunday. In the first game back on Friday, the Rampage failed to score, losing 3-0 against the Manitoba Moose. The loss came in front of...

Rampage lose 10 straight at home

Brady T. Phelps

January 14, 2016

When the Fall semester ended, the Rampage were on top of not only the Pacific Division, but also the entire American Hockey League. The Rampage ended November with a .607 winning percentage and 17 out of a possible 28 points (14 gp, 6-3-5). They were fortunate to have earned five extra points in the...

Martin, Rampage continue dominance

Brady T. Phelps

November 18, 2015

Photo courtesy of Stephen Whitaker, The Echo The Rampage’s point streak came to an end last Wednesday, but they responded over the weekend with a pair of wins at home — both against division rivals. Friday’s contest — the seventh contest through twelve games that required o...

Rampage continue points streak

Brady T. Phelps

November 11, 2015

Photo courtesy of Rampage Hocky In three games over three days this weekend, the Rampage continued to pick up points as they fell in overtime to the Chicago Wolves twice at home — both by a score of 4 to 3 — and beat the Texas Stars on their own ice Saturday night. The Rampage ha...

Rampage to have busy November

November 4, 2015

Darren Abate, Rampage Hockey Six games into the season, the San Antonio Rampage have yet to lose a game in regulation play — their best start in franchise history. Despite sitting behind ten other teams in points earned, the Rampage currently sit atop both the Pacific Division and the Weste...

Rampage rally in big win

February 11, 2015

Photo courtesy of Darren Abate, AHL Saturday Feb. 7, the San Antonio Rampage (27-15-4-0) rallied to defeat rival Oklahoma City Barons 5-3. 13,125 fans were in attendance for the win which came on Pink in the Rink Night, presented by the Cancer Therapy and Research Center. Pink in the Rin...