We're down to two sports still competing for The Master's College. And this week, both the track and field team and the baseball team are preparing for the year's biggest events. A strong group of track and field athletes are preparing for the NAIA national championships while the baseball team will travel north later in the week for the NAIA World Series. Track and Field The Master's College track and field program has more athletes ...
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. The COC Cougars saw their season come to a close at exactly the same point it did last year, one win short of a state finals appearance. And to add to the coincidence, the season-ending loss came against the same team, Riverside City College, in the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Super Regional. The Cougars sealed their fate by ...
Everything seemed to be set up perfectly for College of the Canyons baseball. The top of the order delivered some big hits, the starting pitcher held strong and COC appeared to be on its way to a victory to keep its playoff run alive. But it all came crashing down in the ninth inning on Saturday, when Cypress College strung together a three-run rally to win the game 5-4 on a walk-off walk in the ...
Once again, College of the Canyons softball is one win away from making the state finals. COC won a back-and-forth game 6-5 over Riverside, the No. 1 seed in the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Super Regional on Saturday at Riverside City College. Playing as the No. 4 seed in the regional, the Cougars (34-9-2) scored a run in the top of the eighth inning and hung on for the extra-innings, upset victory. ...
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.
The Master's College Mustangs pitching staff has been downright dominate during the final stretch of the season. Friday against the San Diego Christian Hawks, it continued to perform. Led by local pitching products, the No. 1 seed Mustangs defeated the No. 3 seed Hawks 3-1 in game five of the 2013 NAIA Baseball Championship Opening Round at Pete Reese Field. Hart High graduate, James Scott, and Saugus High graduate Tommy Kister combined to limit ...
Along with having great ability, many ace starting pitchers possess the confidence to match their talents.
The Master's College baseball team needs only three wins to advance to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics World Series for the first time since 2000.
The College of the Canyons spring athletic teams started their playoff runs this weekend, and all of the teams excelled and are moving on.
Competing in their final meet before toeing the line at the 2013 NAIA National Outdoor Track Championships, The Master's College track squad produced strong marks at the Oxy Invitational on Saturday. Matthew Crichton ran the 1500-meter race in 3 minutes, 54.92 seconds, finishing his heat in 29th place. Hannah Kellerman competed in the 800 and 1500. For the 800, Kellerman placed 17th in her section, finishing the race in 2:16.46 seconds. In ...
Everything was set up perfectly for The Master's College baseball to win the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament on Saturday. The Mustangs were the host and had swept their way to the championship series - meaning a loss wouldn't eliminate them, but a win would secure the title. But for four innings on Saturday afternoon at Reese Field, TMC couldn't scratch a run across the plate, hurting themselves with multiple baserunning errors. Then the ...
After Saturday's 44-23 road victory over rival Ventura College, College of the Canyons football players engaged in the usual post-game routine.
VENTURA - Up by a touchdown entering the third quarter of Saturday night's contest at rival Ventura College, College of the Canyons football players could be heard repeating a single word in anticipation of the second half kickoff.
It's no secret that football can be a game of seemingly arbitrary momentum swings, and Saturday night's contest at College of the Canyons between the host Cougars and visiting Antelope Valley College only served to solidify that dogma.
This was the game circled on College of the Canyons' calendar.
The fall sports at The Master's College are in the thick of their conference schedules. Last week, women's soccer and volleyball notched impressive victories over nationally ranked GSAC opponents, while the men's soccer team continues to look for its first conference win. Cross country enters next Saturday's Vanguard Invitational with lofty national rankings.
One wasn't sure she wanted to continue her soccer career after graduating from Hart.
The Master's College women's volleyball team picked up its first couple of Golden State Athletic Conference wins last week and the men's soccer team earned its first win overall this season. Meanwhile, women's soccer and the cross country teams continue to secure spots in national rankings.
PASADENA – Granted, it wasn't College of the Canyons football's stiffest competition and the Cougars have their two-quarterback system. But Jake Dashnaw certainly played like he wants to be the Cougars' only starting quarterback on Saturday night.
It was a busy week all around for The Master's College athletics, with the cross country team hosting a meet while three other sports were in action.
Last week, The Master's College men's golf program opened their season at the Mid-South Invitational, the women's soccer team won and the women's volleyball team earned a No. 22 ranking from the NAIA.
The College of the Canyons fall season is in full spring, and many sports are seeing success from Santa Clarita Valley high school graduates.
MISSION VIEJO - It's tough to rattle this College of the Canyons team.