As the spring seasons come to a close, colleges are already filling up rosters for next year.
The second time around can sometimes be even sweeter. At least those were the sentiments of UCLA women's head golf coach Carrie Forsyth, whose team claimed its second NCAA Division I national championship under her tutelage last week. Forsyth, a 1989 Canyon High graduate, also coached the Bruins to a title in 2004. "It was awesome. After our win in 2004, when you win it the first time it's such a big deal, but you're ...
The Master's College men's golf team finished tied for 12th place at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championships.
DANA POINT - After the usual postgame team meeting in left field, Valencia baseball coaches and most of the players walked back to the dugout like they always do.
The kind of season Kevin Anderson is having warrants an explanation. Truthfully, not even Anderson himself is exactly sure why he suddenly put together a stretch of the best golf of his life for The Master's College this year. But he has. And oddly enough, the senior has done it a year after one of his most disappointing campaigns of his competitive career. "I guess I attribute it to, I don't know, more of a ...
Often times, the CIF-Southern Section boys tennis Individual tournament simply comes down to draws.
Playing in the National Christian College Athletic Association World Series for the first time in school history, The Master's College baseball finished just the way it did the regular season - with an even .500 record.
It had the offensive production. It had the pitching. But Trinity Classical Academy softball fell just short of its first-ever playoff victory.
Haley Hineman had been asked to lay down a bunt several times before this season. Never had the West Ranch sophomore faced such a scenario with a CIF-Southern Section Division I playoff game on the line. Hineman successfully executed a walk-off squeeze bunt in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift West Ranch softball to a 6-5 win past Moorpark in Thursday's first-round game at West Ranch High School. It marks the first playoff ...
Just about every Trinity Classical Academy sport competed in its first varsity season during the 2010-11 school year and made strides, including baseball.
When Lonnie Jackson first took the court for Valencia basketball, he was told he had little chance to gain any significant recognition for his talents outside of the Santa Clarita Valley.
IRVINE - For a program like Valencia boys volleyball, watching a season come to an end in any match other than a CIF championship is a disappointment.
All it takes is a couple of points and it can all come tumbling down. Valencia boys tennis dropped three neck-and-neck sets early in its CIF-Southern Section Division II match against Beverly Hills and couldn't recover, losing 12-6 at Beverly Hills High School on Friday. The Vikings (20-1) lost their first team match of the season and were thus eliminated in the second round of the playoffs. It started when Valencia lost five of the ...
It sounded easy enough on paper. Steal a few wins in singles, do most of the damage in doubles, and West Ranch boys tennis would move on in the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs. Against the No. 3 seed Santa Monica and its loaded singles lineup, that proved to be too tall an order for the Wildcats, who lost 13-5 in the second round on Friday at West Ranch High School. "Our singles are good," ...
Hart boys volleyball would have had to play nearly perfect to beat the top seed in the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs.
No one can say the Foothill League isn't getting respect, at least from the CIF pollsters.
The Valencia Vikings varsity girls tennis team won the Division II championships at the prestigious 2013 California Tennis Classic in Clovis during the weekend, beating Arroyo Grande 7-5 in set tiebreaker after the teams played to 3-3 tie in the final.
When Max Homa rolled in his 6-foot putt to clinch a foursome match victory over Britian/Ireland in the 2013 Walker Cup on Sunday, it was everything he could have dreamed.
Day one of the 2013 Walker Cup went decidedly in favor of the U.S. team.
Most of them are nowhere near their families or where they grew up.