The Master's College's 2014-15 athletic calendar concluded last week with Mustangs golf and track & field competing against the nation's best.
The Master's College men's golf team will begin play at the NAIA National Championship today in Daytona Beach, Florida, while eight athletes (five of which come from the Santa Clarita Valley) from TMC's men's and women's track and field teams take off for Gulf Shores, Alabama, to compete in the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships.
For the last month, College of the Canyons freshman Ethan Walker has been running like a man on mission.
It was announced this week that College of the Canyons freshman offensive lineman and West Ranch High graduate Egidio "E.J." DellaRipa signed a letter of intent with Vanderbilt University.
There will be no The Master's College baseball game today. The Mustangs will not be going to the NAIA World Series.
The ninth inning hasn't been kind to The Master's College. Not at all.
With the 2015 NAIA Opening Round Baseball Tournament kicking off today on the campus of The Master's College, here's a glimpse of what TMC has in store this week as it plays for a spot in the NAIA World Series in Lewiston, Idaho.
After falling a stroke short of a state title last season, the College of the Canyons men's golf team bounced back in a big way this season to win the 2015 California Community College Athletic Association State Championship.
The College of the Canyons men's golf team won its second straight California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Championship on Monday, besting the field of eight teams in the 36-hole tournament.
With their various appearances in conference tournaments and championship meets in the books, The Master's College's baseball team, men's golf team, and track and field teams all set their sights on their respective appearances in the upcoming NAIA National tournaments and championship meets.
College of the Canyons softball was swept out of the postseason on Sunday after losing 11-8 to the Cerritos Falcons in the second game of a CCCAA Southern California Regional playoff series at COC.
There's something to be said for momentum.
College of the Canyons softball is down.
Saugus High graduate and UC San Diego junior pitcher Justin Donatella hadn't seen anything like it this whole season.
They'd done it.
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The most prominent player on The Master's College men's basketball team last season is taking his career overseas.
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By Mason Nesbitt
West Ranch graduate Janelle Lindvall scored a run in the USA Women's National Softball Team's 7-0 win over Canada in the Pan American ...
Some of the biggest athletic stars at two Santa Clarita Valley colleges this past season should look familiar.