The College of the Canyons women's basketball team clinched the Western State Conference South Division outright with a win last Wednesday.
For nearly three years, the College of the Canyons women's basketball team maintained an unblemished control of the Western State Conference South Division.
After a three-month break, The Master's College men's golf team has rejoined the fold.
Apparently it does matter how well you get along with your teammates.
It's hard to classify The Master's College baseball team in terms of its style.
From 1987-89, Grand Canyon University provided future California Angels star Tim Salmon a stepping stone to a Major League career.
Although the calendar has barely flipped to February, the College of the Canyons baseball, softball and men's golf teams have already begun their spring seasons.
It was a week of new beginnings for The Master's College.
After losing several key players from last year's team, the young College of the Canyons women's softball team is still growing and learning to play together.
The College of the Canyons women's basketball hasn't lost a Western State Conference game since 2008.
College of the Canyons men's basketball didn't want a letdown after defeating the state's No. 6-ranked Citrus on Wednesday.
Wins rarely come easy in the Golden State Athletic Conference.
Don't count them out just yet.
Between the physicality, the sporadic changes of pace and the emphasis on post play, Citrus College tried to muddy up its game against College of the Canyons.
The Master's College women's basketball proved it can come back against a difficult conference opponent.
Valencia High graduate Madison Shipman may have already begun her professional softball career with the USSSA Pride, but that hasn't stopped others from continuing to award her collegiate excellence.
Valencia graduate Alison Lee helped the United States claim the Curtis Cup victory Sunday, beating Great Britain and Ireland at St. Louis Country Club.