ARTICLE | VIDEO: Riverside City College’s Isaac Whitney has collected 11 scholarships offers to play wide receiver for a Division I football program in 2015. His options include USC, Texas Tech, Florida and West Virginia.
Denzel Foster scored two touchdowns in the final seven minutes to give the No. 2 ranked Riverside City College Tigers the victory over the No. 1 ranked Mt. San Antonio Mounties in Central League play Oct. 25.
Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Sept. 18, 2014 The Riverside City College Tigers football team defeated the Saddleback Gauchos 37-34 in an overtime thriller. In a game that was evenly […]
Daniel Pena | Staff Writer September 11, 2014 The Riverside City College Tigers football team will look to continue its three game winning streak against the Saddleback Gauchos, when the […]
Alexandra Ortiz | Staff Writer The boys of fall are back and so is the RCC pasta! The RCC Tigers football team has been getting ready to kick off their […]
Nick De La Luz | Special to Viewpoints RCC’s football team is known for producing Division I athletes, and is consistently recognized for the success and accomplishments of its players. […]
April 30, 2014 Q: How did your time at Riverside City College prepare you for your time at Texas Tech as a player? A: My time at RCC prepared for […]
James H. Williams | Managing Editor A total of 17 players have signed their letters of intent to extend there student-athletic careers at Division-I universities on Feb. 6. Among the […]
James Williams | Sports Editor Quarterback Skyler Howard and the Riverside City College Tigers defeat the Mt. San Antonio Mounties, 33-30, at home. With the win, the Tigers are the […]
The Riverside City College football team defeated Ventura College, 59-41, after a rally in the second half of its season opener. The RCC Tigers are now 1-0 and will play at […]