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Tigers prepare to claim OEC gold

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,

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RCC Tigers thrive under water

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

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Women’s water polo wins state championship

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.

Swim finishes season at state championships

Posted: May 13, 2015 | Written by Laura Tapia Winning several individual competitions the Tiger’s swim team competed in its last meet of the season at State Championships at East Los Angeles College from April 30 to May 2. Although the men’s swim team finished just one point shy of American River College who finished

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RCC place second in state

Edith Noriega | Sports Editor Dec. 1, 2014 The Riverside City College women’s water polo team began their final stretch in the two-day semifinals and state championships game from Nov. 21-22. The Tigers reached the state championship for the fourth time in the last five seasons beating Diablo Valley College 12-8 in the semifinals on

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Water polo splash into playoffs

Edith Noriega | Sports Editor Nov. 13, 2014 After a successful season the RCC women’s water polo team get No. 2 seed and a first-round bye in the upcoming Southern California Regionals Nov. 13. The Tigers will face the winners between the No. 7 seed Long Beach City College Vikings and the No. 10 seed

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