Photos by Angel Peña
Category: Water Polo
By Stephen Peltz Riverside City College’s men’s water polo team lost in the second tournament on Oct. 12 10-6 against Orange Coast College. The men’s team had won the game earlier in the tournament against Grossmont College 18-9 but came up short in the later game and went an even 2-2 during the tournament. After
By Nick Peralta Another year, another successful season comes to a close for the Riverside City College women’s water polo team. After capping off their season with a 19-6 victory over conference rival school Saddleback College on Oct. 24, the Tigers now look ahead to the Orange Empire Conference Championships. Finishing with a 16-6 record
Riverside City College’s women’s water polo season comes to a successful end.
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 Athletic Association (CCCAA) championship. RCC’s women’s water polo team went 21-2 this season, signifying a successful 2017 campaign. With the season now in the rearview,
By Christian Lopez It’s been nothing but smooth sailing for the Riverside City College women’s water polo team this season. Thanks to their aquatic stars Katy Peterson and Megan Upton. Peterson, Upton, and their teammates have jetted off to a great start with a 13-1 overall and 2-0 conference record in the first half of
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.
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.