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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 Times caught up with both coaches to find out what will happen next due to the rain out.Brandon Lupian, coach of the men's tennis team, must wait till Friday to see if the we...

Knights soccer finishes strong

Christopher Handloser

December 5, 2013

The City College soccer team went to the California Community College Athletic Association Regional Playoffs for the fourth year in a row after finishing in second place in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference with a record of 10-5-5 (8-2-2 conference). Ranked 14th in the state, the Knights traveled to play the Santa Ana Dons on Nov. 23, but the third-ranked Dons proved t...

Lady Knights return to the court

Fernando Ramirez

November 18, 2013

“Whatever you don’t put out another team will.” That is what women’s basketball Coach Andrea Aguilar tells her players whenever they are tired –--- to inspire them to fight through it. This is Coach Aguilar’s sophomore season at City College and she says that the time for rookie mistakes is over. “Last year was a crash course for ...

Sand volleyball has a future at City College

LaShawn Encarnacion

September 20, 2013

There is a big push to make sand volleyball an official intercollegiate sport. The issue is currently working its way through the approval process by the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference and the California Community College Athletics Association. "There has always been a sand volleyball class in the curriculum that anyone can attend," said Kathy McGinnis, the Dean of Healt...

Coach Jim Colbert's career at City College spanned 23 years. Courtesy photo.

Cancer diagnosis shakes athletics department

September 18, 2013

*Sept. 19 - Update: We've received word from Athletics Director Kathy McGinnis, that Coach Colbert passed away Wednesday night. Our thoughts and condole...

Lady Knights have ‘a lot more depth’ in volleyball

LaShawn Encarnacion

September 17, 2013

The City College Lady Knights volleyball team started their season with an opening win over Santa Ana College three sets to zero sets.Middle blocker Imani Griffin led the way with 13 kills and four blocks. Jaclyn Kreymborg was strong on the defensive side with 24 digs and also added two service aces. Cat Wright also chipped in with 21 assists, seven digs and three service ace...

Fall semester looks promising for student athletes

LaShawn Encarnacion

August 19, 2013

Some teams had success last year while others came up short but with a new season comes a clean slate and new goals and for some, a chance at redemption.The City College men’s soccer team is coming off a dominant performance in the 2012 season and Second Place in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference."Traditionally a strong program for City College, it looks like the 2...

Kathy McGinnis works on paperwork for the upcoming fall season. Mary Watson, City Times

Year-end review of City College athletics

May 21, 2013

From the controversy surrounding the men's volleyball team to the back-to-back successful season of the badminton team, the sports program at City College h...

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