By Jair Ramirez The Tigers were blocking the net constantly and covering a lot of floor while leading mitost of the way before falling 24-26.“The first set was good, we played real hard,” RCC coach Clara Lowden said.Freshman Maggie Aburto was leading the way with seven kills until she had to leave the match due
By Jesus Coronel Don’t call it a comeback. After starting the season 0-3 with nine straight set losses, the Riverside City College volleyball team has since won 12 consecutive sets to propel their winning streak to four games. RCC is now 4-3 and the momentum seems to be on their side. They continued their comeback
By Jesus Coronel The Riverside City College women’s volleyball team won their third consecutive game of the season against Cerro Coso Community College 3-0 on Sep. 9. The win propels their record to three wins and three losses for the season. The first two sets were both dominated by RCC as they retained all the
By Jesus Coronel Riverside City College sports are returning to a normal schedule starting Aug. 26. Athletes will be pleased to know that they can finally play sports in-person once again, enjoy their love for the game and work toward an opportunity to play at a four-year university. RCC Athletic Director Payton Williams, in an
By Zane Mudron Volleyball Libero Sadie Arganda recently committed to Virginia Wesleyan University. “I was very nervous, I didn’t know what kind of questions they were going to ask me,” Arganda said. “This was the first time I had met with a four year university, so a little nervous, but everything turned out ok.” The
By Stephen Peltz After losing the first set of the night Riverside City College never looked back, winning every set the rest of the night defeating Fullerton 3-1 for the first time since 2017. Both RCC and Fullerton were playing back and forth with neither team really able to get a consistent drive of four
The Riverside City College volleyball team made fierce plays on Friday Oct. 25 against the Cypress College Chargers. The Tigers showed promise as they played well together, but ultimately lost. The team’s spirits were still high as they played throughout the game. Only winning two games out of their last four has caused the Tigers
Sports writer Nick Escalera recaps the fall sports season and previews the upcoming football game
It was a tough week for the Riverside City College women’s volleyball team as they managed to lose three straight games from Nov. 7 through Nov. 12.
The Riverside City College women’s volleyball team fell short of a victory after losing 3-0 against Saddleback College Gauchos on Oct. 14.