The Channels

Championship Form

Victor Bryant

May 14, 2009

After becoming Western State Conference player of the year, the women's golf individual state champion and the City College female athlete of the year, Asaka Sim still feels like an underdog. Asaka describes herself as a mediocre...

Column – Reflecting on loss of young, rising baseball player

Kai Solin

April 30, 2009

When a young professional athlete, on the cusp of breaking into possible stardom loses his life, it's hard to say that it matters who won or who lost. I didn't know Nick Adenhart. I have only read about him. In recent days,...

Beach volleyball offers fun in the sun

Mason Smith

April 29, 2009

Many things set City College apart from the run of the mill community college. We go to school in paradise. The beach is always trying to entice City College students to skip class and work a little more on their tan. The golden...

Serving up the competition

Travis Noe

April 29, 2009

Ryan Sweeney knows a thing or two about sacrifice, as he left his life behind in the U.S. to devote a year to improving his tennis game. Sweeney, City College's number one tennis player, is a student at the UCSB. By taking...

Softball: Women’s season ends with disappointing doubleheader

Travis Noe

April 29, 2009

The City College softball team lost by two narrow margins, 5-3 and 11-8, in the double-header against Ventura on Tuesday at Pershing Park. The Vaqueros jumped out to an early 3-1 lead in the first game, but struggled to maintain...

Vaquero baseball dominates Moorpark

Mason Smith

April 29, 2009

The Vaqueros baseball team surged past the hosting Moorpark Raiders in an 11-0 victory Saturday, making the second straight game where the squad scored 11 runs. The Vaqs came out with five runs in the first inning, never to l...

Column – NBA playoffs has no shortage of intriguing story lines

Travis Noe

April 20, 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...

Men’s Tennis: Two City College doubles pairs advance to Southern California Regionals

Travis Noe

April 20, 2009

The City College men's tennis team proved that teamwork is essential, as two teams of doubles qualified for the Southern California Regional in Long Beach at the end of the month. City College's duos of Ryan Sweeny and Elliot Mark...

Vaqueros keep playoff hopes alive in comeback win over Cuesta

Victor Bryant

April 20, 2009

For the second consecutive year the City College baseball team has played itself into a must-win position down the stretch of the season to earn a playoff berth. But who can fault their strategy, it worked for them last year. ...

Softball: Vaqueros suffer two tough losses in Doubleheader vs. Cuesta

Victor Bryant

April 20, 2009

The City College Softball team lost two close games, 1-0 and 8-7, in a doubleheader against Cuesta on Thursday at Pershing Park. The 1-0 loss snapped a three-game winning streak for the Vaqueros in conference competition. ...

Column – Luring top prospects comes at a price

Victor Bryant

April 16, 2009

A string of recruiting violations at California Community Colleges serve as a reminder to coaches of the consequences they could face when they routinely operate in gray areas. The foundation of any successful athletic program...

Column – Life in sports is life well-spent

Travis Noe

April 16, 2009

Have you ever fallen in love at first sight? I have-twice. The first time I laid eyes on Jennifer Aniston on the show Friends, and the first time I went to a hockey game. I'll stick to writing about the latter. When I ...

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