By Zane Mudron The first football championship in 30 years isn’t a bad way to go out. Also, if not for the COVID-19 closure, the men’s basketball team seemed poised to make its own run at a title. Riverside City College Athletic Director Jim Wooldridge announced his retirement March 30 after five years directing traffic
Riverside City College mens baseball team has gone 13-4 as it hits the midway point of the 2018-2019 season.
In the 2017-2018 season the team went 27-17 overall and by the midway point of that season the team had amassed a similar record of 14-4, which shows consistency in the teams overall success so far.
The Riverside City College men’s basketball team led from start to defeat Orange Coast College, 72-55, in Orange Empire Conference action at the Wheelock Gym on Jan. 6.
Despite the Riverside City College’s women’s basketball team’s efforts, Orange Coast defeated RCC, 81-74, in overtime Jan. 6 at Wheelock Gym.
The Riverside City College men’s basketball team won, 105-70, against the Chaffey College Panthers on Dec. 8, the third day of its 45th annual Holiday Tournament.
The Fullerton College Hornets defeated Riverside City College, 45-29, in the Southern California Championship on Nov. 26 at Shapell Stadium.
The Riverside City College Tigers dominated rival Mt. San Antonio College, 38-14, Nov. 12 at Wheelock Stadium. The win advances RCC into the playoffs.
It was another weekday morning driving to work and attending school for most, but to Riverside City College men’s and women’s cross country team it was a chance at a conference title.
Riverside City College men’s water polo were defeated 16-8 by Golden West College on Oct. 26
It was another dominating victory for the Riverside City College Tigers who took down Cerritos College, 31-16, Oct.1.