The Riverside City College men’s and women’s track and field teams finished the season strong with second place finishes at the state championship meet on May 20-21 at San Diego Mesa College.
The new sport of beach volleyball continues to prove why adding it was a good decision. They have been improving throughout the season, which explains their 7-3 overall record.
After winning first place in the Chaffey tournament on March 11-12, the men’s and women’s swim teams continue to be the teams to watch out for as they prepare for conference championships in April.
For the first time since women’s water polo was implemented in 1996, a new sport has been added to the Riverside City College athletic department.
The Tigers volleyball team defeated Fullerton, 3-1, Oct. 30 ending its six match losing streak versus the Hornets and winning its fourth match in a row.
The Riverside City College men’s water polo team defeated Fullerton, 20-9, Oct. 28 in order to seal second place in the Orange Empire Conference for the first time since 2012.
The Riverside City College men’s water polo team hosted a mini-tournament where they defeated Grossmont, 19-9, but fell short to Long Beach, 13-9, Oct. 16.
The Riverside City College men’s water polo team defeated Saddleback, 19-10, Sept. 30, resulting in its first conference win.
RCC led 7-2 after the first quarter and 12-4 at halftime.
Despite the Tigers win against Saddleback Head coach Jason Northcott was not satisfied with how the team played.
Written by: Pristine Tompkin The Riverside City College men’s water polo team suffered their first conference loss to host Golden West, 15-12, on Sept. 23. In the loss, freshman utility […]
Riverside City College men and women’s water polo teams finished tournament challenge with wins despite having their first losses of the season.
The women’s water polo team finished 7-1 after losing their first game on Sept. 18 when they faced San Diego Mesa College in the Chaffey Tournament.
The men finished 7-3 after losing against Cuesta College in the West Valley College Tournament Sept. 12, Diablo Valley College and Los Angeles Valley College in the Cuesta Tournament Sept. 18-19.