by Nick Peralta For the fourth year in a row, Riverside City College’s men’s cross country team will take home the Orange Empire Conference Championship. Along with this being the fourth consecutive year that RCC has taken home the divisional title, the Tigers have now claimed the top spot in the OEC for the eighth
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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 exception. Now halfway through the season, the Tigers men’s cross country team has their eye on a potential Orange Empire Conference title for what would
Former Riverside City College athlete Chris Benard got a chance to jump at the 2016 Rio summer Olympics.
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.
Riverside City College secured a decisive win against Orange Coast College in an Orange Empire Conference track and field meet on March 25, winning 110-42. The men also won in convincing fashion, 107-50.
The Riverside City College Tigers’ track and field team took part in the UCI Spring Break Invitational on March 18-19 to compete with several teams, including host UC Irvine at Anteater Stadium.
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.
Riverside City College’s athletic department announced that six members of the track and field team have transferred mid-season to four universities. All six were state meet competitors.
The Riverside City College Track and Field men’s team finished in second place at the Southern California Championships, while the women’s team finished in first place, according to Finishedresults.com
Posted: May 1, 2015 | Written by Alexis Naucler Riverside City College track and field achieved their ninth consecutive OEC Championship win after competing against Saddleback, Golden West, Santiago Canyon, Fullerton and Santa Ana on April 24 at Golden West College. Both the men’s and women’s team scored over 300 points, while none of their