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Softball takes another loss at Oxnard

Dan Nelson, Dan Nelson, and Dan Nelson

April 7, 2010

The Vaqueros were handed its third loss in the last four games Thursday, losing to Oxnard 13-9. City College blew a 9-3 lead in the sixth when Oxnard piled on eight runs. The Condors sealed the win with two more runs in the seventh. Laura Cannon h...

Softball shutout in Moorpark

Dan Nelson and Dan Nelson

March 17, 2010

The City College softball team was shutout by Moorpark on Thursday, 2-0, despite a strong pitching performance from freshman Jeana Carrillo. Carrillo allowed six hits and Kailey Snyder went 2-for-4 in the game. The Vaqs (9-6, 1-3) have been sharp from the mound and the field all season, but ...

Men’s volleyball swept by conference leader Long Beach

Cody Bashore and Cody Bashore

March 17, 2010

The men's volleyball team fell to Western State Conference leader, Long Beach City College, 35-33, 30-22, 30-27, Wednesday night in Long Beach. The Vaqueros were ahead 16-12 in the first game and kept the game close throughout, despite surrend...

Vaqs’ baseball wins against Moorpark

Christopher Sugarman and Christopher Sugarman

March 17, 2010

The Vaqueros held a team meeting Friday led by sophomore and team-ace, Zach Edgington due to the team's recent struggles. Whatever Edgington said inspired the City College baseball team to perform on Saturday afternoon at Pe...

Records fall at track and field meet

Michael Mebratu and Michael Mebratu

March 15, 2010

City College track and field freshman, Erika Schaeffer debuted for steeplechase and broke into the history book as the third fastest time in school history, clinching an automatic qualification for the So Cal playoff. Schaeffer earns a spot on the top-10 history list and ...

Baseball wins in extra inning thriller

Christopher Sugarman

March 10, 2010

The Vaqueros clawed the Eagles 15-12 in a 12-inning marathon Thursday behind a jolt from Steven Keller and Zach Pecyna at LA Mission. Pecyna went 2-4 with four RBIs and a home run. The first home run on the season for Pecyna cam...

Men’s Volleyball sweeps El Camino College

Cody Bashore

March 10, 2010

The Vaqueros men's volleyball team defeated El Camino College, 31-29, 30-27, 30-23, Friday night for its first Western State Conference victory of the season. Pete Aronchick and Justin Hertlein returned to the team after missin...

Softball splits pair of games in Golden West Tournament

Dan Nelson

March 10, 2010

The City College softball team moved their record to 7-3, splitting a pair of games in the Golden West Tournament at Huntington Beach this weekend. The Vaqueros played a double header Friday and were edged out 4-3 in the early g...

Women’s tennis team includes Guam’s best

Michael Mebratu

March 10, 2010

Terea Tapu is the No. 1 woman tennis player in Guam and has taken City College tennis by storm. She has been taking in wins for the undefeated women's tennis team. The 5 foot-1-inch Tapu was born and raised in the capital ...

City College baseball wins first away game of season against Santa Ana

Christopher Sugarman and Christopher Sugarman

March 3, 2010

The Vaqueros showed resilience and timely hitting as it came back from a 7-9 deficit Friday and prevailed 11-9 against Santa Ana. City College won its first road game of the season and the number two-ranked team in Southern California lost its second...

Softball team sparkles in 6-4 rout of College of the Canyons

Christopher Sugarman and Christopher Sugarman

March 3, 2010

The Vaquero Softball team defeated College of the Canyons 6-4 and remained perfect at home on Thursday. With this win, City College improves its record to 5-1. Janelle Wong went 3-4 with an RBI and scored two runs. Lisa Zeitlin and ...

Women’s basketball cruises past L.A. Southwest

Dan Nelson

March 3, 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...

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