The SRJC All-American and former Montgomery player is helping make history, joining the rebirth of University of the Pacific men’s soccer at the NCAA Division I level… Read More »
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College sports around the Empire
The SRJC women and men both finished third at the 2014 California Community College Athletic Association Swimming and Diving championships… Read More »
Leading the group is Lea Butler, an All-American in the pole vault… Read More »
Rancho Cotate graduate preparing to compete at Cal State Stanislaus on track scholarship following breakthrough SRJC season.
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Seawolves baseball, softball standouts lead teams to stellar seasons… Read More »
SRJC, SSU baseball and softball squads reached the postseason after strong runs in very competitive conferences
Large contingent of Bear Cubs qualify for NorCal Championships. More than a handful could qualify for state given marks and rankings going into Saturday’s meet… Read More »
For the sixth straight year Sonoma State qualified for the national tournament. The Seawolves face a tough bracket. Monterey is ranked 3rd and California Baptist 23rd in the national poll.
In recent seasons Sonoma State has played its way into the NCAA Division II tournament.… Read More »
By MICHAEL COIT THE PRESS DEMOCRAT Ending a decade-long playoff drought, Santa Rosa seeks to stay around in the state junior college softball tournament. After finishing strong in the tough Big 8 Conference, the Bear Cubs host San Jose City College in a best-of-three opening round matchup this weekend. “We don’t just want to get to the playoffs, we want to get on a run,” said pitcher and hitting standout Megan Winters. “Our goal is to see what we can… Read More »