Freshman forward Marcelo Silva took just one of the 21 shots taken by The Master's College men's soccer team on Saturday. His shot was the only one that mattered.
Earlier in the season, College of the Canyons head football coach Garett Tujague described the atmosphere at his defense's practices as a "circus." Not the chaos, but the noise and energy.
To get out of a slump, it helps to play a team that's struggling a little bit more. It sure didn't hurt the College of the Canyons women's basketball on Wednesday.
Sometimes, change can be a good thing. The College of the Canyons men's basketball team looks significantly different from last year. Ten new players on the roster could lead to an adjustment period for most squads. But after struggling through an 11-19 season, Hart grad Brian Kimble welcomed the change - especially since it helped bring a few familiar faces. One of two returners from last year's squad, Kimble, who redshirted last season, is a ...
One year ago, College of the Canyons women's basketball head coach Greg Herrick said he had the most athletic team he had ever coached.
It's Friday night. The car takes off for one football stadium - the goal being to catch some warm-ups, shake some hands, catch a little bit of the game, then get back in the car. The car takes off for the next stadium - the goal being to catch a portion of the game, shake some hands at halftime, then get back in the car. The car takes off for a final football stadium - ...
The titles keep piling up for The Master's College men's soccer team. And they keep coming at the expense of Biola. The Mustangs outshot the Eagles 16-10 and got key saves from goalkeeper Kevin Lawson to beat Biola 3-1, winning the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament on Saturday at Reese Field and securing an automatic bid to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Tournament. "It was fantastic," said TMC head coach Jim Rickard. "We just ...
On the outside of the State Bowl picture looking in at archrival Bakersfield College, the College of the Canyons football team still had a lot to play for Saturday.
Things haven't exactly gone according to plan for the College of the Canyons football team.
The Master's College women's basketball team took a step backward last season. The Mustangs finished tied for fifth in the Golden State Athletic Conference and missed the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division I tournament for the first time in five years. In his second year as head coach, Dan Waldeck hopes to turn things around. He'll have a deep, young team to help him do it. "A lot of players are going to play ...
Basketball isn't usually considered a game of inches, but it has been for The Master's College men's team.
The Master's College men's soccer team is headed to the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament championship game. But it did not come easy.
PASADENA - The College of the Canyons football team somehow overcame crushing fumbles, untimely penalties and a stagnant offensive effort in the first half to claw its way into overtime against Pasadena City College on Saturday night.
A tough 23-6 loss to Ventura College on Oct. 24. And then a bye week. Needless to say, the College of the Canyons football team had plenty of time and motivation to prepare for Pasadena City College tonight at 6 p.m. Head coach Garett Tujague promises his team won't disappoint. "We're healthy and not all banged up. Our defense has been practicing at full swagger all week. Our offense has been doing great against our ...
It took very little time for The Master's College men's soccer team to score in its Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament opener.
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.