Valiantly as they tried, the Riverside City College men’s basketball team has been knocked out of the Southern California Regionals after a crushing loss to San Diego City College on March 4.
Riverside City College Tigers women’s basketball season has come to an end.
The Riverside City College football program has turned out approximately 131 Division I transfers in seven seasons, they added 13 more during the Feb. 1 traditional signing day ceremony held in the Hall of Fame room.
The Riverside City College men’s basketball team led from start to defeat Orange Coast College, 72-55, in Orange Empire Conference action at the Wheelock Gym on Jan. 6.
Despite the Riverside City College’s women’s basketball team’s efforts, Orange Coast defeated RCC, 81-74, in overtime Jan. 6 at Wheelock Gym.
The Riverside City College men’s water polo team finished in third place at regionals and placed third in the state poll conducted by Kap7 Inc.
The Riverside City College men’s basketball team won, 105-70, against the Chaffey College Panthers on Dec. 8, the third day of its 45th annual Holiday Tournament.
In a thrilling double overtime finish, the Riverside Community College women’s water polo team achieved the ultimate goal of winning their fifth state title against Santa Barbara City College on Nov. 19 at Las Positas College.
Joshua Silva helped the Riverside City College men’s cross country team win the California Community College Athletics Association State Championship for the first time in 22 years. Meanwhile, women’s water polo Emily Martin was named to the All-OEC First Team and OEC co-Most Valuable Player.
The Riverside City College men’s cross country team broke RCC’s men’s cross country dry spell and won the California Community College Athletic Association State Championship for the first time in 22 years at Fresno’s Woodward Park on Nov. 19.