By Nick Peralta In recent years, Riverside City College has had continued success when it comes to their men’s track team. In the 2018 cross country season, this remains no […]
After turning in one of the most successful seasons in Riverside City College history in 2016, the Tigers football team looks primed to continue upon their dominance after a 3-0 start to the 2017 season.
It has been a bumpy road, but the future is bright for Travis Jonsen.
In one of the most successful seasons in Riverside City College’s golf history, Everett Najera stood out amongst the pack as one of the most dominant players in all of California.
A stellar swimmer and water polo player is two things Emily Martin proves to be when she is in the water. An athlete that has competed since she was five years old, Martin has enjoyed a competitive and successful journey in the pool.
The Riverside City College football program has turned out approximately 131 Division I transfers in seven seasons, they added 13 more during the Feb. 1 traditional signing day ceremony held in the Hall of Fame room.
The Riverside City College men’s basketball team led from start to defeat Orange Coast College, 72-55, in Orange Empire Conference action at the Wheelock Gym on Jan. 6.
Despite the Riverside City College’s women’s basketball team’s efforts, Orange Coast defeated RCC, 81-74, in overtime Jan. 6 at Wheelock Gym.
The Riverside City College men’s water polo team finished in third place at regionals and placed third in the state poll conducted by Kap7 Inc.