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Women’s golf finishes 7th at Desert Classic

Michael Mebratu

September 15, 2009

The City College Women's golf team finished 7th at the Desert Classic tournament in Indian Canyon, Palm Springs on Aug. 11 and 12. The Vaqs were at 5th place on Friday with 324 strokes. Freshman Kaitlyn Gatena turned in a 3-over-par...

Vaqueros rally for an upset over College of the Canyons

Mike Stevens

September 15, 2009

The City College football team upset the fifth-ranked team in the state late in the fourth quarter 17-14, beating College of the Canyons for the first time since 1981, and giving the Vaqueros their first win of the season...

Vaquero women’s volleyball sweeps 4th straight match

Travis Noe

September 15, 2009

The City College women's volleyball team was a force to be reckoned with over the weekend, sweeping opponents Santa Monica and Imperial Valley in three straight sets at the Sports Pavilion on Friday night and Saturday afternoon. After...

BRIEF – Runners place well at Ventura Invite

Travis Noe

September 9, 2009

City College Women's cross country runners Seanie Rigney and Erika Shaeffer each placed in the top 10 at the Ventura Invitational on Friday. "The girls all ran very smart races for the conditions, which were hilly and hot,"...

Men’s soccer team hopes to defend title

Michael Mebratu

September 9, 2009

The City College Soccer Team has big shoes to fill after losing star striker Mark Knight to Louisville. The Vaqueros finished the season as Western State Conference Champions, and racked off 13 straight victories to cap off...

BRIEF – Vaqs fail to score against Richland

Travis Noe

September 9, 2009

The City College Men's soccer team was shutout 1-0 in the third place game vs. Richland, Texas, at the Mt. Sac Tournament on Sunday. The Vaqueros had some quality scoring chances throughout the contest, but couldn't manage...

BRIEF – Hancock runs past City College defense

Travis Noe

September 9, 2009

The City College football team fell to Hancock 42-6 in the season opener on Saturday. The Hancock Bulldogs jumped out to an early 21-point first quarter lead and the Vaqs could never respond. The Bulldogs were dominant running...

Quarterback John Uribe takes the field

Travis Noe

September 9, 2009

Freshman quarterback John Uribe began his career at 8 years old in the Santa Barbara Youth Football League, moved onto Santa Barbara High School where he broke countless passing records, and will now continue his legacy at City...

SBCC Women’s golf ahead after first round

Travis Noe

September 2, 2009

On Sunday, the defending 2008 State Champion women's golf team opened their season with a two stroke lead in the first round of the South Coast Classic. City College's Asaka Sim, last year's individual state champion, led the...

Women’s volleyball sweeps Riverside

Michael Mebratu

September 2, 2009

The City College women's volleyball team swept Riverside Community College 25-23, 25-21, and 25-18 on Friday at the Pasadena Tournament. After losing their opener against Pasadena, the Vaqueros stepped it up against Riverside...

SBCC football team ineligible for playoffs

Travis Noe

September 2, 2009

Santa Barbara City College's football program heads into the 2009 season already knowing they can't win the conference championship. The Southern California Football Association issued sanctions on the program, after an investiga...

Rewriting the record books

Travis Noe

June 6, 2009

The athletic department has named men's soccer player Mark Knight as its athlete of the year for his record-breaking career at City College. Knight tallied 59 goals, the highest total ever, in his two seasons as a Vaquero. The...

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