By Ashley Gomez The Riverside City College women’s tennis team lost against Orange Coast College in the Southern California Regional Finals. The Orange Coast Pirates outscored the Tigers, 5-2, in Costa Mesa on April 20. This was the third time that these two teams played each other, with the Pirates winning the first two
By Austin Turner A year ago, Kayne Trustfull was playing high school tennis in his home country of the Netherlands. Now, the Riverside City College freshman phenom is the Orange Empire Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Year. “It’s a big honor, I really appreciate it,” Trustfull said. “But it’s not only me. It was
The men’s tennis team notch up a few more victories, including a win over the four-time defending state champions Irvine Valley College Lasers, and bump their undefeated record up to 16-0.
Riverside City College Assistant Athletic Director Jim Elton has resigned, according to an email blast.
The RCC men’s tennis team finished the season strong winning the singles and doubles championships on April 9 in the Orange Empire Conference Tournament.
By Paola Palacios Riverside City College men’s tennis coach Thomas Yancey led the team to a 10-9 record, in his first year, using experience from his past. Yancey’s experience with tennis began at a young age. His mother, who played at Penn State would become one of the people that influenced him to play the
The Riverside City College women’s tennis team fell short of a victory once again after a 5-4 loss to Orange Coast College (10-1) on March 15.
The Riverside City College women’s tennis team fell short of a victory after a 5-4 loss to first place Orange Coast College (10-1) March 15 at home in the Fran Bushman Tennis Complex.
Palomar College assistant coach Thomas Yancey has been named the new men’s tennis coach at Riverside City College. The news was confirmed by RCC acting athletic director Jim Elton.
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.