Len Mohney channeled his inner-Knute Rockne in the dungeon that was Blair Field's locker room on the first-base side in late May 1981.
It's funny how things turn out. Looking back, you tend to wonder, "What would have happened if I took the other road?"
Biola's Rocky Hampton scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Eagles past The Master's College 65-54 Tuesday evening in Bross Gym. The loss was the Mustangs' third in four games and dropped them to 4-4 in the GSAC and 12-6 overall.
Despite losing two straight games earlier this month, The Master's College men's basketball team remained in the NAIA Division I top 25 poll. The Mustangs are tied for 23rd along with Evangel University of Missouri.
In the summer of 2005, Colin MacNeil found himself at a crossroad. Like many recent college graduates, MacNeil was forced to ponder his next move.
The Master's College knows that good teams overwhelm inferior opponents right from the start and never give them a chance. Saturday evening, that's exactly what The Master's College did.
The College of the Canyons men's basketball got the lift it needed on Saturday night after dropping its first two conference games of the season. The Cougars played a complete all-around game at the Cougar Cage to earn their first conference win of the season, dropping West L.A. College 82-63.
They keep doing it. The Master's College men's basketball team, mired in mediocrityville in recent seasons, is digging itself out. The Mustangs' 91-86 overtime victory over NAIA No. 4 Concordia Tuesday night on the road is the fourth weighty win of the season. The win over Concordia bumped the Mustangs up eight spots to No. 20 in the NAIA's national rankings. TMC (11-3, 3-1) has accumulated wins over then-No. 11 ranked Azusa Pacific and NCAA ...
The College of the Canyons has frequently been a talent source for Division I college football programs, and this year is looking to be no exception. Wide receiver Hayo Carpenter has verbally committed to the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Carpenter finished his sophomore season with 93 catches for 1,675 yards and 16 touchdowns while averaging 18 yards per reception.
PASADENA - The halcyon days of USC quarterbacks are now. Under head coach Pete Carroll, Matt Leinart and John David Booty had their glory games under the Pasadena sun.
In a game of ups and downs, the College of the Canyons men's basketball team looked to be on the verge of an upset in the Cougar Holiday Classic on Monday night.
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.
Ideally, The Master's College women's basketball team would have liked to head into the NAIA National Tournament with a little bit of momentum.
The College of the Canyons Cougars men's and women's basketball teams learned their postseason matchups with Monday's release of the California Community College Athletic Association Regional playoff brackets.
By Jon Stein