By Jesus Coronel Riverside City College sports are returning to a normal schedule starting Aug. 26. Athletes will be pleased to know that they can finally play sports in-person once again, enjoy their love for the game and work toward an opportunity to play at a four-year university. RCC Athletic Director Payton Williams, in an
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Sports writer Nick Escalera recaps the fall sports season and previews the upcoming football game
It was a tough week for the Riverside City College women’s volleyball team as they managed to lose three straight games from Nov. 7 through Nov. 12.
The Riverside City College women’s volleyball team fell short of a victory after losing 3-0 against Saddleback College Gauchos on Oct. 14.
The Riverside City College volleyball team has won two of their past games.
A new sport has been added to the list of women’s athletic programs at Riverside City College which helps the college comply with Title 9.
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 Volleyball team had not beaten Golden West College in over three seasons and prior to that the last dry spell lasted approximately 20 years. The losing streak ended Oct. 28 as the Tigers defeated Golden West, 3-1.
The No. 8 ranked Cypress College defeated the Riverside City College Volleyball team, 3-2, Oct. 16. The Tigers fell short of capturing its second win in five games.