Although The Master's College women's soccer team was eliminated in the first round of the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament with a 1-0 loss to Point Loma Nazarene on Tuesday in San Diego, the Mustangs' season may not be over just yet.
After two overtime periods and 19 shots, The Master's College women's soccer team had to settle for a 1-1 tie with Biola on Saturday at Pete Reese Field in Santa Clarita. The Master's (12-4-2, 5-4-1) had already secured a playoff spot in the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament, but a win would have given the Mustangs a home game on Tuesday.
The Master's College men's soccer team made history Saturday at Pete Reese Field. The Mustangs beat Biola 2-1 and claimed the Golden State Athletic Conference championship - a first-ever for the program.
Now mathematics are brought into the picture. With its 23-6 loss to Ventura College on Saturday, the College of the Canyons football team has to win out and hope for other teams to slip up if the Cougars (5-3, 2-2) are going to make the state playoffs. If the Cougars fail to make the state playoffs, it would be the first time since 2006. It's difficult to admit, but the COC football is in an ...
One team is off to a strong start. A couple others are battling for postseason berths. There are local products boosting their teams' performance. There's even a coach on maternity leave. The fall sports season at College of the Canyons has no shortage of storylines. The Cougars' men's soccer team has no shortage of young talent. Only two sophomores start for COC, which is currently 9-5 overall and 6-2 in the Western State Conference, two ...
As fall athletics begin to wind down at The Master's College, many of the school's programs are beginning to realize preseason goals.
It got to the point where she hated to see her name in the newspaper. But her name had to be in the newspaper. After all, she became the Santa Clarita Valley's all-time leading prep soccer goal scorer - male or female. But the recognition eventually coupled with resentment. Sarina Coutin has moved forward. Though she has done it quietly. Since graduating from Hart High in 2008 and having scored 104 goals for the girls ...
VENTURA – The College of the Canyons football team was looking for a spark. Instead, the Cougars were nearly shut out for the first time since the program's reinstatement in 1998. COC put its first points on the board with 2:35 left in the game, but five lost fumbles as the Cougars fell 23-6 to Ventura College on Saturday at the Ventura College Sportsplex Stadium. "I don't know if there is so much frustration as ...
We could see a renewed College of the Canyons offense tonight at Ventura College. COC head football coach Garett Tujague said he expects a difference when the Cougars play defensive-minded Ventura at 7 p.m. "I think the Cougar offense will have a new sense of energy," Tujague said. "I have nothing to base it on but practice. Practice is practice and games are games, but I really think we've kind of turned over a new ...
It wasn't any one moment College of the Canyons head coach Garett Tujague could name, but at some point last Saturday against Moorpark, the Cougars turned a corner.
When Valencia graduate Cody Letz hung up his football cleats for the last time, he knew it would be tough to put sports behind him.
MOORPARK - Following last week's loss to Allan Hancock College, College of the Canyons head football coach Garett Tujague said the Cougars were still searching for the missing element that would make them a complete team.
College of the Canyons football can't afford another loss. After falling to Allan Hancock College 19-16 in overtime last Saturday, the Cougars are now behind in the National Division, Northern Conference. Seemingly, Moorpark would be like Tylenol for a COC team that has struggled on offense and after five games has lost more games than it did in the entire 2008 season. Not so, warned Cougars head coach Garett Tujague. He said the 0-4 Raiders, ...
Going back to his Pop Warner days, College of the Canyons cornerback Arron Fisher was never the tallest player on the field.
This was the College of the Canyons football team people were expecting. Since a shocking loss Sept. 12 to Santa Barbara City College, a team that is now 1-3, the Cougars have won two consecutive games, including last Saturday's 26-13 victory over Fullerton College, which was ranked fifth in the state at the time. Now COC, currently No. 14 in the state and 3-1, gets another tough opponent, ninth-ranked and undefeated Allan Hancock College tonight ...
When a powerhouse Westmont team came into town on Wednesday, The Master's College Lady Mustangs soccer team knew that it would have to be at its best in order to grab a win.
The Master's College women's soccer team fell to 6th-ranked Vanguard 1-0 in double overtime Wednesday night in La Mirada.
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.