One day at a time and as a team. A simple explanation, provided by fifth-season head coach Dan Waldeck, but one that couldn't be any more accurate to describe the early success of The Master's College women's basketball team. The Mustangs are 14-0 and are not just winning games - they're blowing away the competition. Take their last game for example - the Golden State Athletic Conference opener. TMC defeated Hope International 94-47 on Tuesday. ...
College of the Canyons men's basketball came into the season committed to taking advantage of its impressive depth.
College of the Canyons guard Jaylen Bland didn't know any other way to explain the night he had.
Jumping out in front early, The Master's College sprinted from the starting gate to stay undefeated as they rolled to an 86-48 victory over Great Falls of Montana on Monday at The Master's College.
The Master's College women's basketball team rode a strong second-half performance from junior forward Jacquelyn Marshall to defeat William Jessup University 82-73 on Saturday night at Bross Gym.
On a night when both teams struggled to find the basket, The Master's College did enough on offense to hold off UC Santa Cruz 67-56 at Bross Gym on Friday night.
The fall season is complete for The Master's College and College of the Canyons, and now is the time of year to honor the outstanding athletes from each school for the season that was.
The Master's College men's basketball team always knew the importance of a quick start - but it learned last year that early success doesn't guarantee prolonged success.
After a disappointing 2011-12 season saw The Master's College women's basketball team fall in the first round of the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament after finishing eighth in the final standings, TMC is already back respect this season.
Canyon graduate Jordan Markovich will play soccer any way he can. After playing soccer the past two seasons with two different schools, he's adding a third to his list with a commitment to Cal State University, Los Angeles on Thursday. After graduating high school in 2011, the former two-time All-Santa Clarita Valley first-team selection spent his freshman year of college playing at Azusa Pacific University before playing for College of the Canyons this past fall. ...
Impressive shooting, athleticism, and defense propelled The Master's College to a 34-point halftime lead en route to a 99-58 victory over La Sierra Thursday at The Master's College.
College of the Canyons men's basketball has played with several different starting lineups this season.
It's just a little odd. One game the College of the Canyons women's basketball team scores 107 points in a victory and two weeks later it scores 54 in a win. The patented fast-break offense hadn't scored under 60 points in a game and won since Jan. 20, 2010. Another oddity is the roster. Not one girl played basketball for a Santa Clarita Valley school. That's a first in head coach Greg Herrick's 21 seasons ...
By Jon Stein Signal Staff Writer The most successful season in The Master's College women's volleyball history came to a close Friday at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championships in Sioux City, Iowa. After the Mustangs completed an improbable run Thursday just to make Friday's elimination bracket, TMC was defeated by Oklahoma Baptist University of Shawnee, Okla., 27-25, 25-27, 25-22, 25-22. The loss signals the end of the season for TMC (27-8), which ...
It was nearly 10 years ago that the College of the Canyons Athletic Hall of Fame was a vision.
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of columns by The Master's College baseball player Mason Nesbitt who will be filing stories from Lewiston, Idaho - the site of the NAIA World Series. Nesbitt, who played baseball until his sophomore year for TMC, was asked to return to the Mustangs out of need. At the time, he was a contributing baseball writer with The Signal.
When A.J. Work last left Idaho as a high school baseball player, he was just a wide-eyed kid trying to figure out how he was going to compete with the "big boys."
We're down to two sports still competing for The Master's College.
One year later, Tim White wasn't going to let anyone get in his way of a state championship.
College of the Canyons golf head coach Gary Peterson still vividly remembers when his men's golf team won its first state championship 20 years ago.
College of the Canyons saw two sports seasons come to a close last week and a few more are ready to wrap up this week. The men's track and field and men's golf teams have legitimate chances to bring COC's first state championship of the 2012-13 school year home.
It isn't the kind of repeat College of the Canyons softball was looking for.
Everything seemed to be set up perfectly for College of the Canyons baseball.
Once again, College of the Canyons softball is one win away from making the state finals.
Waiting anxiously, the final strike could not come soon enough for The Master's College baseball players, coaches and faithful.
The College of the Canyons Cougars baseball team couldn't find an answer for Saddleback College Gauchos pitcher Evan Manarino on Friday.
Along with having great ability, many ace starting pitchers possess the confidence to match their talents.