Tag: NCAA

Riverside City College hires new athletic director

By Erik Galicia A former professional athlete, attorney and assistant director with the NCAA has been selected to lead Riverside City College’s Athletics Department. Payton Williams is a Riverside native. He was born at Parkview Community Hospital and attended Emerson Elementary School before becoming Fresno State University’s first academic all-American football player as an adult.

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Athletic directors examine return of sports to Riverside City College, Norco College

By Jesus Coronel The Riverside City College Athletics Department has drafted a plan to have sports return in January, assuming the district is able to fund the testing necessary to keep student athletes safe and COVID-19 does not worsen. Kaladon Stewart, RCC acting athletic director, was tasked with completing a cost-analysis of personal protective equipment,

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ARTICLE | VIDEO: Isaac Whitney receives opportunities with Riverside City College

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.

RCC and football coach Tom Craft agree to extension

James H. Williams | Staff Editor According to a document posted on RCCDistrict.net, the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees will meet on Tuesday to approve the contract extension of Riverside City College football coach Tom Craft. Craft, who was in the final month of a two-year contract, will have a new contract worth $114,221

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Should NCAA pay their employees?

Travis West | Sports Editor If your last name was being sold in stores, your likeness being used in video games and your athletic performance was bringing in millions of viewers wouldn’t you expect to see a little bit of money? Thats the question that the National Collegiate Athletic Association or the NCAA has been

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