Five members of the College of the Canyons football team were honored as All-Americans, and two more were named to the All-California team compiled by the California Community College Football Coaches Association of America.
Defensive lineman Marquis Jackson was named to the first-team defense of both the All-American and All-California teams, and was selected as California's defensive player of the year.
The turning point came early for the Ventura College football team, which squared off against College of the Canyons on Saturday night.
A contrast in styles took place Tuesday at Bross Field, between two women's soccer teams ranked in the National Christian College Athletic Association.
When you look at The Master's College senior Ryan Zamroz you may not think basketball player.
His 6-foot-3-inch lanky frame and humble demeanor don't always connote fierce competitor.
GLENDALE -- Forever.
That's how much time the College of the Canyons offensive line gave quarterback Brad McClellan to find wide receiver Jovan Leacock during three game-turning plays in the fourth quarter of Saturday night's 43-23 victory over Glendale Community College.
GLENDALE -- The bend-but-don't-break College of the Canyons defense withstood a disciplined assault from Glendale Community College Saturday night before ultimately wrestling the Vaqueros to the ground.
The College of the Canyons announced its 2009 Hall of Fame Class on Wednesday.
When Stacy Nanninga leaves The Master's College, she'll be among the all-time leaders in rebounds, blocked shots and field goals made.
Over the years, the College of the Canyons women's basketball team has been so strong at one particular position; another moniker for the squad could be College of the Point Guards.
Nicole Leon-Cal State Bakersfield hoops-Canyon High
The Master's College Men's' basketball is ranked No. 1 in the NAIA in 3-point field goal percentage.
Oregon State was crashing the party and Shane Morales was doing everything he could to make it happen.
The former Valencia High standout has started for the Beavers all year at wide receiver, his success a microcosm of the team as a whole.
It's difficult to say which was more dominant -- the offense or the defense -- as the unbeaten College of the Canyons football team thoroughly manhandled Moorpark College in a National Division, Northern Conference laugher.
COC, its engine kick-started by Hayo Carpenter's game-opening, 95-yard kickoff return, used the momentum of Fred Winborn's three first-quarter touchdowns and a smothering defensive effort to blow past the Raiders 48-3 Saturday night at Cougar Stadium.
At the beginning of the season, many people would have marked the Oct. 11 matchup between the University of Southern California and Arizona State University as a can't-miss game between two teams slated to make runs at the Pac-10 championship.
USC (4-1, 2-1 Pac-10), led by running back Joe McKnight's career best 143 yards and a dominating performance by the defense, easily took care of business Saturday afternoon shutting out the Sun Devils 28-0, dropping the once-swaggering team from Tempe to a 2-4 (1-2 Pac-10) record and continuing their fall from grace after four straight losses.
The roar of the crowd said it all.
PASADENA - The No. 13 seed College of the Canyons women's basketball team went scoreless for the final five minutes of the first half and never recovered, as the Cougars lost to No. 4 Pasadena City College 77-59 in the second round of the California Community College Athletic Associations Southern California Regional Playoffs on Saturday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The Master's College women's basketball is right where it wants to be at this point in the season.
Even in the good years, College of the Canyons baseball takes a little bit of time to hit its stride.
The monumental streak for College of the Canyons women's basketball will continue.
This isn't a situation Greg Herrick is used to, nor is it something he likes very much.
It was another great week of competition in The Mater's College athletic department as men's and women's basketball won their home games against Westmont College and San Diego Christian. Mustangs baseball won its series against Arizona Christian, while the women's indoor track and field team posted tremendous marks at the 18th annual CMS Rossi Relays.
College of the Canyons sophomore Keke Mathews gave herself somewhat of a New Year's resolution at the start of 2014.
STANFORD (AP) - Chasson Randle made a career-high seven 3-pointers and scored 26 points to help Stanford boost their case for an at-large NCAA tournament berth with an 83-74 victory over No. 23 UCLA on Saturday.
The Trinity Classical Academy Knights boys soccer team had its share of highlights this season.
Last week, women's basketball split its two Golden State Athletic Conference games, while men's basketball bagged two victories over NAIA Top 25 teams. Meanwhile, baseball remains undefeated at home after sweeping GSAC rival Vanguard University.
The Master's College baseball team posted arguably the most successful season in program history in 2013.
In its first event of 2014, The Master's College golf team returned to play last Monday and Tuesday by placing third overall with a combined team score of 895 (305-299-291) at the CSU San Marcos Spring Invitational.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Norman Powell scored 10 of his 21 points during a 3 ½ minute span of the second half, Jordan Adams had 17 points and eight rebounds, and UCLA completed a season sweep of USC with an 83-73 victory on Saturday night.
The College of the Canyons men's basketball team likely entered its home matchup with Santa Barbara City College confident that it could handle the lowly 1-16 Vaqueros.
Late in Wednesday's matchup between the College of the Cougars and Santa Barbara City College Vaqueros women's basketball teams, COC point guard Shawn Kolani had the ball in her hands with the game on the line.