This season has been a slow start for the Riverside City College softball team, but after picking up a 12-11 win March 2 against top ranked team Santiago Canyon College (SCC), it might just be the spark they needed.
The Riverside City College Tigers put an end to their three-game losing stink when they beat Santiago Canyon, 12-11, on March 2.
The Riverside City College Softball team bounced back with a, 6-5, win at Allan Hancock, and tried to continue the win streak against Cypress on Feb. 24, where the Chargers defeated RCC, 5-1
Written by: Jackie Mora
Supporters of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community at Riverside City College are invited to attend the upcoming ALLY training.
Posted: Feb. 23, 2015 | Written by Alex Ortiz Todays Tigers softball game against Cerritos College has been postponed to March 16 due to rain. RCC will resume their home action […]
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RCC Athletics celebrate and remember great feats both of past and present during their ceremony to induct new members into the RCC Athletics hall of fame at the Mission Inn’s Music Room on Oct. 16, 2014.
Alexandra Ortiz | Asst. Sports Editor Oct. 16, 2014 “Revenge, revenge, revenge!” was the RCC chant heard throughout the stadium at the redemption game against Fullerton College on Oct. 11. […]
Alexandra Ortiz | Asst. Sports Editor Oct. 2, 2014 Top of the second Derek Jeter the Captain of the New York Yankees comes up to bat. Cheers and boos all […]
Alexandra Ortiz | Asst. Sports Editor Oct. 2, 2014 As the Tigers stepped on the field, new faces were revealed. It was a new season and a new roster, but everyone’s […]