City College wrapping a year to remember in sports (with videos)

The end of the spring season marks another successful year for the Knights


Sydney Sanchez (#23) celebrating a goal with teammates with Karla Gonzalez and Anais Thompson during match against Grossmont on Sep 28, 2021. Photo courtesy of Knights Athletics

Antonio Contreras, Sports Editor

The year for the San Diego City College Knights has come to an end for the campus’s 13 sports programs.

And with the close of the spring season, another successful year full of great athletic success stories is in the books.

Among the highlights:

Women’s soccer makes history

The City women’s soccer team made history for its most successful season in school history and headed to the playoffs for the first time.

City went 11-4-3 overall this season and finished third in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference with a 10-4-2 record. It was the most wins for the program in both categories.

Men’s tennis makes playoffs for four straight seasons

The men’s tennis team made the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season and advanced to a regional semifinal.

Andrew Suver qualified for the state championship in singles. 

Fletes sisters qualify for state championship

City’s beach volleyball pair featuring sisters Alina and Alyssa Fletes qualified to compete at the state championship.

The Fletes sisters are now the second pair from City College to make it to the state championship tournament in school history.

City College men make history with perfect conference season

The men’s basketball team finished the PCAC season with a record of 16-0 and 25-3 overall to clinch the conference championship.

The 16 PCAC wins are the most in team history and also the fifth time in the last eight years the Knights have gone undefeated in a season.