The Riverside City College women’s basketball team clinched a playoff berth, after putting up a third place Orange Empire Conference finish for its second straight year.
The Riverside City College men’s basketball team ended its 44th Annual Holiday Tournament on Dec. 11 where they lost the third place title to Fullerton College, 58-47, finishing fourth on the last day of tournament play.
Music: http://www.bensound.com Update: The Riverside City College team was swept by LA Pierce, 3-0, Nov. 24 in the first round of the Southern California Regionals.
Interim athletic director Jim Wooldridge and the Riverside City College basketball team’s hosted the inaugural Tiger Tip-off Luncheon on Oct. 29.
With the start of the basketball season a month away, the Riverside City College Tigers still have decisions to make about how the team will look and play before Nov. 5.
A new beginning should bring hope to a team that did not finish well last season. The Tigers compiled a 10-17 overall record last season, going 3-7 in the last 10 games.
Former San Bernardino Valley and Riverside City College coach John Smith will be inducted into CCCAA Basketball Hall of Fame.
The Viewpoints sports staff selected its most valuable athletes from each of the 2015 sports teams in spring. The collection of individuals make up the first all-Viewpoints sports team.
Published: May 28, 2015 | Posted: May 29, 2015 | Written by Alexis Naucler Tori Mitchell, Riverside City College women’s basketball center forward, has been shooting hoops since she was […]
Tierra Fuqua and Tori Mitchell were named the 2015 Riverside City College women’s basketball co-Most Valuable Players during the team’s annual banquet, according to the RCC athletic site.
Posted: Feb. 27, 2015 | Written by Laura Tapia & Alexis Naucler Riverside City College women’s basketball team had no problem shaking off the game against Santa Ana, allowing them […]