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Men’s volleyball team continues to improve

Luisa Sausedo May 17, 2016

This past season, the City College men’s volleyball team held their best season since 2011 with an overall record of 9-13 and a conference record of 4-10. The Knights have made some huge improvements...

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Softball team improved from last year

Luisa Sausedo May 17, 2016

The softball team at City College finished their season with an overall record of 15-22 and 6-12 in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference, logging six more wins than last year. With nine returning freshman...

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Division 1 school recruits Knights player

Luisa Sausedo April 28, 2016

A volleyball player for the City College Knights, Luke Timm, was recruited to play for a NCAA Division 1 university, California State University Northridge on a partial scholarship after playing the sport...

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Tough losses for Knights at Ojai Tournament

Michael Markulin April 28, 2016

City College’s men and women tennis teams competed at the grueling Ojai Tournament in Oaji, Calif., but didn't do as well as expected. Players from all over California competed in the tournament...

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Palomar pummels Knights in softball

By Luisa Sausedo April 23, 2016

The City College softball team took a hard loss on Friday afternoon in a game called after five innings due to the number of runs scored against them,11-0, by the Palomar College Comets. The loss, in their...

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Badminton Knights take over Olympians

Luisa Sausedo April 16, 2016

On April 15, City College’s badminton team defeated the Mesa College Olympians, 17-4, during their final game at Mesa College 15 before the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Individual tournament...

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Rain delays tennis tournament

Michael Markulin April 7, 2016

Opening day of both the women's and men's Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Tennis Tournament was set to begin Thursday, April 7, however, mother nature had different plans as the rain postponed play.City...

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More than 40,000 people reunited at Petco Park to watch the Padres play against their rivals Los Angeles. Dodgers on April 4 .  Photo Credit : Ricardo Soltero

Padres fall in historic rout against rivals

Ricardo Soltero April 5, 2016

The San Diego Padres entered history through the back door tonight when they lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers 15-0. The largest shut out in Major League Baseball opening game history happened in front...

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Freshman  Palia Griffin  leads her tennis team. Photo Credit: Michael Markulin.

Teen player on top of her game

Michael Markulin March 25, 2016

This is Palia Griffin's first year at City College and she's already the Lady Knights top singles and doubles tennis player at the age of 19.Given her family background, that's not surprising. Growing...

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Alex Bentley  is the Knights starting  catcher after  coming back from a serious injury. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Athlete thrives behind the plate and camera

Luisa Sausedo March 24, 2016

City College athlete Alex Bentley is living both of his passions by combining film and baseball into his life. Bentley, a 23-year-old film major, was cast to act as a San Diego Padre player in Fox's...

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From the field to behind the camera

Luisa Sausedo March 15, 2016

Student athlete at San Diego City College, Alex Bentley, is living both of his passions by combining film and baseball into his life. Bentley, a film major at SDCC, was cast to act as a San Diego Padre...

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Baseball game suspended in 9th due to rain

Luisa Sausedo March 12, 2016

The San Diego City College baseball team (7-7) came ready to play Friday afternoon against the Palomar Comets (8-9) during a rainy day at Morley Field.In the top of the ninth inning, under heavy rain,...

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