The Channels

City College men’s basketball player gets all-team nod

Dan Nelson

April 5, 2011

City College basketball player Richard Somdah was named to the All-Western State Conference North men's team. The 6'3" forward who averaged 16.4 points per game learned about the honor only a few days after their season was...

City College men’s basketball player gets all-team nod.

Dan Nelson

April 5, 2011

City College basketball player Richard Somdah was named to the All-Western State Conference North men's team. The 6'3" forward who averaged 16.4 points per game learned about the honor only a few days after their season was...

Santa Barbara City College basketball standout

Dan Nelson

February 9, 2011

If you took Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin and taught him a few guitar chords and how to perform pirouettes you would come out with an accurate model of Richard Somdah. The sophomore forward has been a bright spot...

Women’s basketball team notches blowout win with balanced scoring in their home opener

Michael Galsterer

November 14, 2010

The City College women's basketball team defeated Sequoias 68-45 Saturday night in their home opener to improve to a 2-2 record. Sophomore guard Nanice Kollee led the Vaqs with 14 points and three assists while sophomore Ime...

Column: NBA failing to keep parity among teams

Dan Nelson and Dan Nelson

September 13, 2010

The NBA has slowly been working its way towards a lockout over the past few seasons due to failing policies and a lack of interest. I've been avidly watching basketball for about a decade now and I'm disturbed at the current st...

Column – Collective Bargaining Agreement a flawed system

Dan Nelson, Dan Nelson, and Dan Nelson

March 16, 2010

In a time where the National Basketball Association (NBA) has more talent than ever, one thing holds the progression of the sport back: the economy. Instead of lowering revenue and lowering the salary cap, the new "Collecti...

Women’s basketball cruises past L.A. Southwest

Dan Nelson

March 2, 2010

The Vaqueros cruised to victory, but were bruised in the first round playoff elimination game last Wednesday night against L.A. Southwest College, 88-72. Francesca DeAngelis scored seven of the Vaqueros' first 11 points before leaving...

Womens Basketball leaps into the playoffs

Dan Nelson and Dan Nelson

February 24, 2010

City College's womens basketball team soared over Cuesta College Saturday to secure a playoff seat, landing in second place in the Western State Conference North. The team won the game 77-48 and is now 10-2 in conference, b...

Conference star leads women’s basketball team

Dan Nelson and Dan Nelson

February 8, 2010

The City College women's basketball team is on the verge of making the playoffs and Francesca DeAngelis has taken her game to another level. The 19-year-old forward from Laguna Niguel has emerged as a prolific scorer and has carr...

Men’s basketball falls to LA Pierce

Michael Mebratu and Michael Mebratu

February 7, 2010

The men's basketball team fell 78-65 against LA Pierce College on Saturday, after a cold second half display. City College faced a tough overtime loss against top-seeded Moorpark a week ago, and was forced to recover from ...

Jake Kelly leads women’s basketball to third place in first tournament

Travis Noe and Travis Noe

November 20, 2009

Sophomore point guard Jake Kelly made an immediate impact in her first two games as a Vaquero, leading the women's basketball team to a third place finish in City College's season opening "Mental Toughness, Extra Effort" tournament. Tied...

Column – NBA playoffs has no shortage of intriguing story lines

Travis Noe

April 19, 2009

It's the best time of the year. Spring has sprung, the sun is out longer, we're approaching a beautiful summer season, but most importantly, the NBA playoffs have started. Sixteen Teams, two months, four series, and one column...

The news site of Santa Barbara City College.
Basketball