On July 9, the CCCAA Board announced the move of Fall athletics to Spring 2021. For a complete listing of sport offerings and start dates, please visit the CCCAA website. Current and potential De Anza student-athletes should contact their respective head coach for more information..

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About De Anza Badminton

2020 Women's Baminton Team

In 2008-2009, after a five-year hiatus, Intercollegiate Women's Badminton returned to De Anza College.  The program has added to it's turn-of-the-century success, winning the State Championship in 2013 & 2014 and finishing second in 2015, adding to the runner-up finishes in 2000 and 2003. The Dons have also been Coast Conference Champions six times. The 2014 and 2017 teams were also the State Scholar Badminton Team for California, with a team GPAs of 3.5

The De Anza Badminton Team is open to all students who are willing to commit themselves and work to excel at badminton. Prior competitive experience is desired but not required. Although the Women’s Traveling Team carries to 6-12 athletes to each match, and there is room for many more to take part in the training and exhibitions. The women's team annually visits Southern California to prepare for championship competition.

2019 DA BAdminton Team

Male athletes who are willing to work will be afforded training opportunities within the intercollegiate practices.  Our goal to give all De Anza Students the opportunity to raise their level of play.

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Head Coach

Mark Landefeld
Head Women's Badminton Coach

 PE & Athletics


PE 51A


 M. A. Kinesiology

Awards & Championships

  • 2017 California Scholar-Athlete Team
  • 2015 CCCAA State Runner-up
  • 2014 CCCAA State Champions
  • 2014 California Scholar-Athlete Team
  • 2013 CCCAA State Champions
  • 2003 CCCAA State Runner-up
  • 2000 CCCAA State Runner-up


  • 2019 #2 in California (8-2)
  • 2017 #3 in California (8-3)
  • 2016 #4 in California (6-4)
  • 2015 #2 in California (8-2)
  • 2014 #1 in California (11-0)
  • 2013 #1 in California (10-0)
  • 2012 #4 in California (7-3)
  • 2011 #3 in California (7-2)
  • 2010 #3 in California (7-3)
  • 2003 #2 in California (8-1)
  • 2000 #2 in California (6-1)
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