Tag: Mt. San Antonio College

Tigers football limps to playoffs

The California Community College Athletic Association announced their playoff matches Nov. 12, naming Fullerton College, Riverside City College, Ventura College and Saddleback College as Southern California representation in the state playoffs.

Football heads to Southern California Bowl

The Riverside City College Tigers dominated the scoreboard 38-17 against rival Mt. San Antonio College on Nov. 12 at Wheelock Stadium.

Protesters attend Board of Trustees meeting

Protesters addressed the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees to speak out against the hiring of a new district compliance officer who is accused of negligently handling a student’s alleged rape at Mt. SAC.

Track & Field state championship winning streak comes to an end

Posted: May 19, 2015 | Updated: June 1, 2015 | Written by: Laura Tapia Riverside City College men’s and women’s track and field team concluded its season at the CCCAA State Championships on May 15 and 16 held at the College of San Mateo. The men’s team ended its three year state championship winning streak

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Football: Denzel Foster, RCC defense shut down No. 1 Mt. Sac

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.

RCC’s Darrin Chiaverini hired to Texas Tech coaching staff

James Williams | Sports Editor Texas Tech University announced the hire of Riverside City College’s football coach Darrin Chiaverini as the new special teams coordinator. The Texas Tech hire makes Chiaverini the first full-time special teams coordinator at the university since 2009. Chiaverini was the recruiting and special team coordinator during his four seasons at

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Tigers shutout Roadrunners

JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The Tigers rally and perform their third shutout of the season against the College of the Desert Roadrunners on Nov. 9. Quarterback Skylar Howard threw for four touchdowns and one interception on 41 attempts of which 28 were completed. Howard is currently first in conference with 275.4 passing yards per game

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