Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Victor Gallegos The bull staggers to his feet, a stream of blood dripping from his back. A banderilla is tearing at the wound, making it deeper and deeper. The bull senses his time is up. The inevitable end to the fight, to his life is in the hands
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Posted: April 7, 2015 | Written by Alexis Naucler & Victor Gallegos The Tigers’ men’s tennis team defeated Saddleback College Gauchos 6-3 on April 3, moving them up from eighth place in conference at the beginning of the season to second place. The Tigers won five of the six singles matches and only one of
The RCC Men’s Tennis team continued their form of great play with a dominant 7-2 win against Palomar College at home.
Posted: March 12, 2015 | Written by Victor Gallegos Tough losses in professional sports sometimes have a lasting negative effect amongst the players and team. For RCC men’s tennis team, losing to Irvine Valley College, last year’s state finalist, was actually a positive learning experience. “The team is doing great!” RCC assistant coach Carlos Vazquez
Posted: Feb. 23, 2015 | Updated: Feb. 24, 2015 | Written by Alexis Naucler Riverside City College men’s tennis team moved over .500 after defeating a short-handed Mt. San Jacinto College Eagles team on Feb. 18. The Eagles were down two players, giving default victories to RCC freshmen Grady Harrell in a singles match and
Riverside City College Men’s Tennis Coach and Assistant Athletic Director Jim Elton suffered a head injury, during an out of state trip that will keep him away from his duties for an undisclosed period of time.
Usman Siddiqui | Asst. Sports Editor After achieving much individual and team success in the season finishing undefeated in its conference, RCC men’s tennis will attempt to add one more accolade to its year when they travel to Ojai for the individual regional and state finals to finish off their campaign. As a team, the
By James Williams | Staff Writer MEN’S TENNIS The Riverside City College Tigers men’s tennis team opened the season with a victory over the all-freshman lineup that make up the Glendale Community College Vaqueros in a 9-0 shutout on Jan. 31. Tigers’ freshman Danny Garcia won his first career college match against Santiago Segovia, 6-3,