After winning the Ventura College Kiwanis Tournament two weeks ago, the College of the Canyons women's basketball team suddenly had a target on its back.
Since 1995, the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and USA Today have awarded the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup to a school in the NAIA that displays the most success throughout its programs.
The College of the Canyons men's soccer team carried a mountain of momentum into its state-title showdown with defending California champion Mt. San Antonio College.
It's important for basketball teams to have balance on offense.
With both the men's and women's basketball team's at The Master's College headed into consecutive Golden State Athletic Conference matchups this week, the non-conference slate is winding down.
College of the Canyons hasn't just carved its way through some of the top-ranked men's soccer teams in California.
College of the Canyons head women's basketball coach Greg Herrick said he knew that there would be a day when he would be on the floor of an NBA arena.
Since the beginning of the season, The Master's College women's soccer team been has had one primary focus - make it to the NAIA Tournament.
The College of the Canyons men's soccer team is going home for the rest of the playoffs.
At first glance, it was far from the type of finish College of the Canyons was hoping for in 2010.
As a young team, College of the Canyons men's basketball needs as much experience in close games as possible.
The Santa Clarita Valley is growing as a basketball community, and the College of the Canyons men's basketball team is taking advantage.
There are a couple of oddities with the 2010-11 College of the Canyons women's basketball team - all have to do with the team's youth.
A pair of College of the Canyons teams traveled to compete at California Community College Athletic Association state championships this past week.
Closeness was never the problem.
Valencia High graduate Madison Shipman may have already begun her professional softball career with the USSSA Pride, but that hasn't stopped others from continuing to award her collegiate excellence.
Valencia graduate Alison Lee helped the United States claim the Curtis Cup victory Sunday, beating Great Britain and Ireland at St. Louis Country Club.