Where Ken Sugarman left off, Dan Waldeck will try to follow. Sugarman, who won seven Golden State Athletic Conference titles in his 13 years as The Master's College women's head basketball coach, resigned in June to take a job outside of basketball. Waldeck was by his side all 13 years as an assistant coach. Last season, the Mustangs reached the Sweet 16 of the NAIA Tournament, just two seasons after reaching the Final Four. "I ...
Evolution is probably one of the least likely things associated with The Master's College.
College of the Canyons stayed hot in women's golf this season, winning its third Western States Conference match of the season with a team score of 330.
The College of the Canyons football team will host Antelope Valley College in the opening round of the Southern California Regional Playoffs - in a contest known as the Western State Bowl.
There is no outward show of pain. No grimace or grievance. But pain must be somewhere. The last four years of Nate Longshore's life, his ankle, his heart, his ears and his head have all been injured. The way he answers one question might give some insight into how the Canyon High graduate and Cal Berkeley quarterback feels. Is he happy? Longshore, having just watched his team lose 17-3 to USC Nov. 8 at the ...
With the nation's No. 5 team's quarterback grimacing and squinting on the grass with under three minutes to play in the second quarter Saturday night at the Rose Bowl at Pasadena, a stampede of one kicked up turf right behind him.
BAKERSFIELD - The fastest Cougar on the field Saturday may very well have been College of the Canyons head football coach Garett Tujague, who used surprising foot speed to elude a trio of would-be Gatorade-bucket dumpers in the waning moments of COC's victory over Bakersfield College.
The Master's College Sierra Goff has been named the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Student-Athlete of the Week after leading the Mustangs' women's soccer team to a pair of victories during the week of September 1-7.
The College of the Canyons mens basketball team went from co-champions of the South Division of the Western State Conference in 2006-07 to among its least successful last season.
There's no secret about the College of the Canyons women's basketball program. Walk into the team's gymnasium and there are signs indicating how athletic the Cougars are on a regular basis ­- banners displaying how many times COC has led the state in scoring. But 17-year COC head coach Greg Herrick said this season's team has something on all those others. "This is definitely the most athletic team in my 17 years," Herrick said. "The ...
The College of the Canyons women's volleyball team was in control the entire time in beating Cerritos College, 25-12, 25-17, 24-26, 25-14.
It was almost a state of shock for the state's No. 2 ranked junior college football team, but College of the Canyons overcame a late deficit to defeat Pasadena City College 42-41 in overtime Saturday at Cougar Stadium.
Even though College of the Canyons committed 23 turnovers, it could not convert on a few late opportunities. They also missed a few key defensive assignments, but still had a chance of at least forcing overtime Saturday afternoon against Moorpark College.
QUARTZ HILL - The preseason No. 1 football team in the nation now owns the distinction being of the top team in the Antelope Valley.
As preseason predictions go, this one's a doozie. For better or worse, Street & Smith's Sporting News College Football 2008 Yearbook has named College of the Canyons the preseason No. 1 community college team in the nation. It's the mother of all lofty expectations as the Cougars get set to open the 2008 campaign Saturday night at Antelope Valley College. But it's also just one magazine's opinion, and COC head coach Garett Tujague isn't buying ...
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.