College of the Canyons women's basketball remained perfect in Western State Conference play Wednesday night with a 91-30 win over Bakersfield College at home.
The Bakersfield College men's basketball team tries to lure opponents into its up-and-down game.
The transition from high school to college can be difficult for anyone. Cody Anderson was no different.
The Master's College men's basketball team staged a late charge and had its chances to grab a victory after trailing most of the game Friday night, but the Mustangs came up short against Vanguard at home. The Lions led by as many as 15 points in the second half, and hung on for a 60-59 win.
The Master's College womens basketball team had NAIA No. 2 Vanguard on the ropes. Up one point with just over a minute and a half left in the game, the Mustangs (10-10, 5-6) were unable to close it out on Saturday night at Bross Gymnasium, falling to the Lions (18-2, 11-0) 70-65.
Local talent figures to be the key in the College of the Canyons baseball team's quest to reach the 30-win plateau for a second straight season in 2009.
For the second consecutive year, CD Chivas USA of Major League Soccer is coming to Santa Clarita to play an exhibition benefit for the Michael Hoefflin Foundation.
The week after Hart High graduate Megan Ford was named Wilson California Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Basketball Player of the Week at Cal Poly Pomona, she tore her ACL.
On Dec. 12, the crowd at Walt McPherson Court in San Jose fell silent. With 36 seconds left in the fourth quarter, the game was out of reach for the California State University, Bakersfield women's basketball team, but Kelley Tarver wasn't about to give up, nor was her team.
Santa Monica City College tried to exert unbearable pressure on the College of the Canyons women's basketball team on Saturday night, but the Lady Cougars had none of it.
With both College of the Canyons and Santa Monica City College languishing near the cellar of the Western State Conference, something had to give at home on Saturday evening.
The Master's College baseball team opened up its season at Reese Field Friday with a 12-1 victory over Patten University of Oakland.
College of the Canyons inducted four individuals and one team into its Athletic Hall of Fame Thursday night at College of the Canyons.
The 2009 season looks like a promising one for the The Master's College baseball team.
Len Mohney channeled his inner-Knute Rockne in the dungeon that was Blair Field's locker room on the first-base side in late May 1981.
It was another impressive week for The Master's College's track and field team as multiple athletes posted qualifying marks for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championships on Saturday.
After Saturday's doubleheader, The Master's College baseball head coach Monte Brooks asked a question.
Alex Bishop could have been one of those stories of high school athletic success that never amounted to anything more.
Vanguard University had a second try at figuring out A.J. Work, The Master's College baseball teams' ace, on Friday.
The Master's College baseball team has only nine Golden State Athletic Conference games standing between it and its first GSAC title since 2003.
It was an action-packed week for several sports on campus at College of the Canyons this week as many teams try to continue successful seasons.
For The Master's College's Steven Karkenny, it was an easy decision.
IRVINE - The biggest roadblock between NAIA No. 5 The Master's College baseball team and its first Golden State Athletic Conference championship since 2003 may be No. 13 Concordia University.
The Master's College baseball reached its highest national ranking in school history.
Even after scoring 12 runs, the fate of The Master's College lay in the hands of a freshman pitcher.
In its first NAIA Division I National tournament appearance since 2008, it was over quicker than expected for The Master's College women's basketball team.
All the other schools that tried to recruit Jacqui Marshall were aggressive and almost pushy.
Things got interesting on Saturday afternoon, as the College of the Canyons Cougars baseball team watched as the L.A. Valley Monarchs continued to close the gap on them throughout the afternoon.