Riverside City College provided Long Beach City College with its first loss of the 2015 season with a 34-14 on Halloween night.
The Riverside City College men’s water polo team defeated Fullerton, 20-9, Oct. 28 in order to seal second place in the Orange Empire Conference for the first time since 2012.
Interim athletic director Jim Wooldridge and the Riverside City College basketball team’s hosted the inaugural Tiger Tip-off Luncheon on Oct. 29.
Billy Mulligan, Jr. enters the Riverside City College Sports Hall of Fame as a member of the 2015 class.
The Riverside City College Volleyball team had not beaten Golden West College in over three seasons and prior to that the last dry spell lasted approximately 20 years. The losing streak ended Oct. 28 as the Tigers defeated Golden West, 3-1.
The No. 8 ranked Cypress College defeated the Riverside City College Volleyball team, 3-2, Oct. 16. The Tigers fell short of capturing its second win in five games.
Riverside City College hosted a transfer fair in the Quad showcasing a variety of universities including online, private and international. Students had the opportunity to speak with counselors, advisors and representatives from the various colleges at the fair held Oct. 19.
The Riverside City College men’s water polo team hosted a mini-tournament where they defeated Grossmont, 19-9, but fell short to Long Beach, 13-9, Oct. 16.
Mt. SAC defeated Riverside City College, 20-17 on Oct. 24. Quarterback Ian Fieber threw two touchdown passes against the Mounties’ defense. The defense held RCC to 32 rushing yards.
Riverside City College women’s water polo team hosted American City College and Long Beach City College on Oct. 16 in a mini-tournament earning victories in both of their matches.
The Tigers defeated ARC, 15-4, in the first game of tournament play.