The Master's College women's volleyball team waited about as long as it could at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championships to play the kind of volleyball it had all season, advancing out of pool play and into the 12-team single-elimination bracket after starting the tournament 0-2.
The Master's College's women's volleyball came closer to victory on night two of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics' National Championships on Wednesday, but it wasn't enough to secure its first-ever victory in the event.
The Master's College women's volleyball team's debut at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championships didn't exactly go as planned on Tuesday afternoon in Sioux City, Iowa.
One loss the whole season and it came at the wrong time. College of the Canyons women's soccer lost 1-0 to Ventura College in the second round of the California Community College Athletic Association Regional Playoffs at Cougar Stadium on Wednesday. The loss ended one of the best seasons in program history. The nation's No. 3 team in Junior College Division III, according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, finished the campaign at ...
The Master's College women's volleyball coach Robert Blanken had quite the predicament on his hands when he was trying to sign his first recruiting class three years ago.
In a reverse of its fortunes, College of the Canyons football started stronger than it finished on Saturday night at Santa Ana Stadium, capping an otherwise successful ending to its season with a 24-21 loss to Santa Ana in the Southern California Bowl.
With the momentum quickly shifting, College of the Canyons turned to the girl who has been coming through all season long.
The Master's College's cross country runner John Gilbertson did what he has done all season on Saturday afternoon in Vancouver, Wash.
On Oct. 6, College of the Canyons was all but left for dead. Leading up to that day's game with Antelope Valley College, COC was 1-4 and on the outside looking in on a postseason appearance. Cougars head coach Garett Tujague was already talking about shifting gears on the season - giving his freshman more opportunities to prepare for the 2013 season. Six weeks later, COC is now 6-4 and in the postseason. The Cougars' ...
Kris Grimes almost had a perfect finish to her College of the Canyons career. The sophomore was leading the California Community College Athletic Association Women's Golf State Championship headed into Tuesday's final round. It would have been her second straight state title and second consecutive tournament victory after she won the CCCAA Southern California Championship a week earlier. But she hit a rough patch through the final four holes on Tuesday at the par-72 Temecula ...
One of the most wild seasons in the history of College of the Canyons football will extend another week.
The College of the Canyons football team was drifting hopelessly into oblivion midway through the season with just a single win it its first five games.
Defending individual state champion and College of the Canyons sophomore Kris Grimes won the California Community College Athletic Association Women's Golf Southern Regional Championship on Monday at San Luis Rey Downs Resort & Country Club in Bonsall.
The Master's College men's cross country team wasn't at its best in the Golden State Athletic Conference Championship at Irvine Park on Saturday - but that wasn't going to stop it from walking, or rather running, away with its third consecutive conference title.
CERRITOS - This is beginning to get outrageous. College of the Canyons football defeated Cerritos College 38-36 at Falcon Stadium in Cerritos Saturday night in a National Division, Northern Conference matchup. And for the third straight victory Cougar Dan Vear made a humongous play on special teams that helped determine the outcome. After Cerritos went ahead 30-24 with 4:36 to play in the third quarter on a Michael Jasper 1-yard touchdown run, Falcon kicker Marcos ...
For a while, it looked like College of the Canyons men's basketball was going to keep this ride going.
The Master's College women's basketball will have its own version of March Madness.
The Master's College baseball team has reached an interesting point in the season - its 25th game.
All three athletes had their separate reasons for taking the paths they took.
It wasn't the win itself, it was the reaction that said it all.
The College of the Canyons women's basketball team was in trouble from the beginning on Friday night in the second round of the Southern California Regional playoffs against Long Beach City College.
Ideally, The Master's College women's basketball team would have liked to head into the NAIA National Tournament with a little bit of momentum.
The College of the Canyons Cougars men's and women's basketball teams learned their postseason matchups with Monday's release of the California Community College Athletic Association Regional playoff brackets.
By Jon Stein
Citrus College sophomore Stevie Thornton has made plenty of big shots in the Santa Clarita Valley over the years.