RCC Viewpoints sports writer Nicholas Escalera talks RCC athletics
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Sports writer Nick Escalera recaps the fall sports season and previews the upcoming football game
No. 2 seed Riverside City College Tigers defeated No. 3 seed Saddleback College Gauchos, 49-38, to win the Southern California Bowl and advance in the CCCAA SoCal Regionals on Nov. 19.
The No.1 ranked Riverside City College football team dropped to No.3 after suffering its first loss of the season in overtime against Orange Empire Conference opponent Long Beach City College, 38-31, at Veteran Memorial Stadium on Nov. 5.
It was another weekday morning driving to work and attending school for most, but to Riverside City College men’s and women’s cross country team it was a chance at a conference title.
Through five games the Riverside City College Tigers are like a hit TV series with the same cast of players, plot, and recurring theme.
It was another dominating victory for the Riverside City College Tigers who took down Cerritos College, 31-16, Oct.1.
Young, fresh faced Tigers draw big question marks with new season just days away.
The Riverside City College baseball team was able to come away with two non conference wins over Santa Barbara City College and Taft College following a five game losing streak to start conference play.
The Riverside City College Tigers men’s track and field team defeated two of the three NCAA Division 1 opponents in Pepperdine, 148-9, and UC Riverside, 91-69, while falling to Cal State Fullerton, 83-77, on March 4 at Arthur N. Wheelock Stadium.