A new sport has been added to the list of women’s athletic programs at Riverside City College which helps the college comply with Title 9.
The Riverside City College football team dominated Chaffey College, 41-7, giving the team its worst loss of the season on Nov. 7, the Tigers’ centennial homecoming game, RCC led with its offense and ended with its defense.
Riverside City College provided Long Beach City College with its first loss of the 2015 season with a 34-14 on Halloween night.
Interim athletic director Jim Wooldridge and the Riverside City College basketball team’s hosted the inaugural Tiger Tip-off Luncheon on Oct. 29.
The Riverside City College Volleyball team had not beaten Golden West College in over three seasons and prior to that the last dry spell lasted approximately 20 years. The losing streak ended Oct. 28 as the Tigers defeated Golden West, 3-1.
Members of the Riverside City College Viewpoints staff tried fried frog legs at the 2015 LA County Fair. Check out what they think of the fair’s unique treat.
Riverside City College’s athletic department will celebrate the college’s 100th anniversary by inducting the largest class in the history of its hall of fame.
Quarterback Kevin Olsen and the No. 1 state ranked Riverside City College football team snapped its three-game losing streak to No. 12 Grossmont, 31-29, on Sept. 19, however the Tigers’ toughest battle of the night was against itself.
The Griffins’ defense had its way with Olsen, which had one sack and two interceptions, one of which resulted in a 41-yard touchdown return for the Griffins’ Nick Galatis to bring the game within two.
Update: September 6, 2015 | Written by: James H. Williams and Laura Tapia Dontel James and Riverside City College earned its first victory of the season following a game on […]
The Riverside City College football season is here and the team has already begun preparations for its season opener against Bakersfield.
The Tigers’ held its first scrimmage of the season in the Arthur N. Wheelock Stadium Aug. 22 showing glimpses of trouble ahead.