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By Daniela Ramirez This March marks one year mark since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down campuses, and the hiatus has especially impacted athletes. Riverside City College athletic programs have experienced a lot of challenges through the last year. Student-athletes have not been able to practice on campus with their coaches and teammates since last spring. Many
By Jair Ramirez Riverside City College athletes have found ways to maintain contact through the pandemic’s campus closure with online workouts, social media and different apps. “Through Canvas Online we put our workouts and then have them take videos of their workouts,” said Tom Craft, RCC football coach. “We want our players to video their
by Nick Peralta The 2018 California Community College Athletic Association regular football season has ended and the Tigers are your National Southern Division champions. On Nov. 10 the second ranked Tigers took on No. 12 ranked Saddleback College in a contest that determined the newly-formed National Southern Division champions. RCC would seemingly accomplish the perfect
Young, fresh faced Tigers draw big question marks with new season just days away.
James H. Williams | Managing Editor Nov. 13, 2014 Riverside City College and San Mateo College finish tied with seven first place votes apiece in the Nov. 10 CCCFCA/JCAB State Football Poll. The Tigers are listed as the No. 1 ranked junior college football team in California based on total points in the state poll,
Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Oct. 16, 2014 The Riverside City College Tigers Football team will face the LA Harbor Seahawks, at Harbor this week Oct. 18. The Seahawks (1-5) (NCC 0-2) currently unranked got their first win against No. 5 Santa Monica (2-3) (SCC 2-0) with a score of 33-27. The Tigers have a
Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Oct. 2, 2014 The Riverside City College Tigers (2-1) suffered its first defeat of the season losing to the Grossmont Griffins (2-2) 38-28. A shocking loss at the hands of the Griffins who went from non-ranked in the start of the season to No.5 in the CCCAA football poll. While
By Matthew Dziak / Staff Writer Adversity is one of those impediments of life that separate the boys from the men. The ability and patience to keep working at an elevated level even when one is not granted the opportunity to showcase their talent, is a test of character. Zach Adkins, quarterback for Riverside City