At this point, Saugus High graduate and Cal State Northridge golfer Nick Delio has to acknowledge that his future is bright.
It has been a season of streaks for The Master's College baseball team. After a five-game losing streak, the Mustangs have run off five of their last six including a split of their season-ending home doubleheader Saturday. Behind Joseph Zeller's pitching, TMC took the second game against Point Loma Nazarene at Reese Field 3-0, following a 5-2 loss in the morning. The victory put TMC (30-18-1, 17-18) in a position to make the playoffs with ...
The College of the Canyons baseball team clinched the Western State Conference title with its win over Los Angeles Mission College on Saturday.
The way College of the Canyons softball player Sarah Hasenfus sees it, everyone should hear her story.
Saugus High graduate Alyssa Wohlfeiler said her first season on the Northeastern women's hockey team was a little disappointing, because she didn't meet her own expectations in terms of helping her team.
It almost seems automatic at this point. With the College of the Canyons baseball team's 10-6 win over visiting Los Angeles Valley College on Thursday, the Cougars have run off 18 wins in their last 20 games.
Thanks to several key errors in the top of the 10th inning, visiting Westmont College defeated The Masters College, 8-6, at Reese Field on Thursday. TMC defeated the Warriors 17-9 on Wednesday.
The Master's College basketball players Annie Gillespie and Ryan Zamroz have been selected as NAIA All-Americans for the 2007-2008 season.
The Masters College baseball team squeaked out a 4-3 win over San Diego Christian College on Saturday in the second half of a doubleheader at Reese Field.
If Friday's 30-0 victory over La Sierra University was any indication, The Master's College baseball program has made a 180 degree turn from last season, a campaign that ended far below the .500 mark.
With its 9-6 win over Glendale College at home on Saturday, the College of the Canyons baseball team stands alone in first place.
The casual observer can often tell a lot about a baseball game by the way teams warm-up beforehand.
Former Saugus basketball head coaches Jeff Hallman and Eric Olsson were linked in the past for so many reasons.
The Master's College said farewell to the Volunteer State and its season as the Mustangs bowed out from the NAIA Division I Women's Tournament on Friday in Jackson, Tennessee.
When the season was starting, College of the Canyons first-year head coach John Wissmath didn't know what to expect.
Now The Master's College can exhale.
Editor's note: This is the second 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.
In his first crack at a national championship this spring, The Master's College senior John Gilbertson came up a few seconds short. Gilbertson took third place in the 10,000-meter final on the opening day of the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Thursday in Marion, Ind. His time of 30 minutes, 25.89 seconds was less than 30 seconds slower than Spring Arbor's Nathan Martin, who won the title. This was Gilbertson's first time competing ...
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.