Riverside City College’s football team was seemingly poised to accomplish greatness this season, but that fantasy has been denied.
Record breaking names can live on in the books and are remembered by performances that do not happen very often.
Riverside City College’s women’s water polo season comes to a successful end.
There is nothing like college football on a Saturday night, especially when that night pertains to a rematch between two conference foes in the playoffs.
The California Community College Athletic Association announced their playoff matches Nov. 12, naming Fullerton College, Riverside City College, Ventura College and Saddleback College as Southern California representation in the state playoffs.
The Tigers were crowned the champions of the Ventura College Tournament after defeating Moorpark College, Antelope Valley College, and Orange Coast College.
Riverside City College women’s water polo season forges on.
By Nicholas Peralta As a near perfect season comes to a close, Riverside City College’s women’s water polo team prepares, once again, to stake claim to the California Community College […]
By Christian Lopez Whether it has been close games or blowouts, the Riverside City College football team has found a way to remain unbeaten. Coming out of a game where […]
The success the RCC football team has been having found its way into a 56-7 blowout win over Chaffey College.