Riverside City College women’s water polo season forges on.
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By Christian Lopez It’s been nothing but smooth sailing for the Riverside City College women’s water polo team this season. Thanks to their aquatic stars Katy Peterson and Megan Upton. Peterson, Upton, and their teammates have jetted off to a great start with a 13-1 overall and 2-0 conference record in the first half of
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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.
Riverside City College women’s water polo team hosted American City College and Long Beach City College on Oct. 16 in a mini-tournament earning victories in both of their matches.
The Tigers defeated ARC, 15-4, in the first game of tournament play.
Host Golden West College defeated the Riverside City College women’s water polo team, 10-8, on Oct. 3, ending its seven game winning streak.
The Tigers fell behind in the first quarter but tied up the game at halftime and once again after the third quarter.
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.
Winning their tenth game of the season Riverside City College women’s water polo took the win 15-6 against Orange Coast College in the Cuesta College Tournament on Oct. 2.
The Tigers lead the scoreboard 5-2 in the first quarter and 11-6 after the third quarter.