By Jair Ramirez The 2019 Orange Empire Conference Pitcher of the Year Garrett Irvin helped lead the Riverside City College baseball team to a 32-12 record. “I was really excited,” said Irvin on winning the award. “It’s crazy because there’s a lot of good pitchers in this conference this year and every game felt like
By Jair Ramirez Dominance on the mound has propelled the Riverside City College Tigers baseball team to the next round of the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Regional playoffs. “Pitching, pitching, pitching, you know that’s what you ask for when you get down at this point,” said head coach Rudy Arguelles. “It’s going
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 baseball team lost a hard fought playoff series against Golden West, 10-6, in the Southern California Regional semifinals on May 15, effectively ending a surprising season.
The Riverside City College baseball team became the first No. 18 seed to upset the No. 1 seed in a California Community College Athletic Association series game.
The Riverside City College baseball team will advance to play Saddleback on the road in a CCCAA Southern California Regionals best-of-three series after defeating Santa Barbara College in a wild card game, 3-2, on May 3.
Brody Weiss and Zach Grande displayed toughness and grit in leading Riverside City College to a close victory against Orange Coast College, 3-2, at the Evans Sports Complex on April 19.
Update (April 22 at 1142 a.m.): An arrest was made involving stolen gear taken from Riverside City College’s baseball team clubhouse, according to NBCLA. More to come By Laura M. Tapia and James H. Williams Game day gear was stolen from the Riverside City College baseball clubhouse sometime between April 16-18. RCC campus police are
The Riverside City College baseball team ran away with a 5-3 win, against Santa Barbara City College on March 23, despite a scoreless four innings.
When a head coach of 27 years takes a leave of absence, someone has to step in and lead a team to a 10-3 overall record before heading into conference play.
This is exactly what Rudy Arguelles, Riverside City College’s assistant baseball coach, did when head coach Dennis Rogers announced his absence for the 2016 season.