Michael Kraynak's sacrifice fly in the top of the ninth inning capped a late rally as Taylor of Indiana came from behind to beat The Master's College 4-3 Tuesday morning in the first game of the NAIA National Championship Opening Round Field 3 Tournament in Mt. Berry, GA.
Point Loma Nazarene's Andrew Bovich demonstrated Tuesday afternoon why he was named the 2009 Golden State Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year, tossing eight innings of shutout ball as the conference's top-seeded team went on to blank The Master's College 4-0 on the second day of the GSAC Tournament in San Diego.
There could not be a better place for inspiration. The mere thought of Hawai'i brings to mind images of beautiful beaches and jungle foliage of greens, pinks and oranges.
Success or failure? That's the question still lingering in the air above Cougar Stadium like a lofty, end-over-end punt as the College of the Canyons football team runs through spring drills in preparation for the 2009 campaign.
It was almost as if Lauren Rose and Ashley Imperial were cans of lima beans, positioned deep in the cupboard behind the cookies.
Alyssa Ishibashi is not physically intimidating. But as a sophomore with North Carolina State softball, the compact second baseman is finding her power.
Eric Blackwell and Tim Woodward may have taken different paths to get to their senior seasons at The Master's College, but they both are focused on one thing - balance. The Mustangs' ace and top power source at the plate have utilized a balanced approach on the field and in life to become leading forces on the NAIA's 27th ranked baseball team.
The Master's College showed what it is capable of Saturday in the second game of a double header versus NAIA third-ranked Point Loma Nazarene.
Trevor Bauer's almost unbelievable ascension continues. The Hart High graduate, who earned enough credits to leave the school early and enroll at UCLA in January, has pitched his way to Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week honors. "Definitely a great honor," Bauer said. "In a sense I don't deserve it. It doesn't seem like I'm worthy." Bauer pitched a one-hit shutout April 18 in a 13-0 victory for his UCLA Bruins over Washington. The ...
In four years, Ashlee Trebilcock made three trips to a CIF-Southern Section championship game. She was lauded as one of the greatest female basketball players to ever come out of the Santa Clarita Valley.
For Mayte Razo, boxing has been a way to mold her body, mind and life. In search of a way to better her health and herself, Razo came to the Newhall Community Center more than two years ago when she discovered a love for boxing. After adopting a rigorous training program, the 20 year-old Newhall resident has turned herself into the 2009 Southern California District Golden Gloves winner in the girls' 125-pound novice weight division. ...
After a season of transition during head coach John Wissmath's first year at the helm of College of the Canyons softball, the Cougars know one thing is for certain with three games left in their Western State Conference season.
The College of the Canyons baseball team gave up eight home runs, four in the ninth inning, in a 20-3 loss to Southern California's top-ranked team, visiting Orange Coast College on Friday.
The Master's College that has seen its ups and downs this season, but as the Mustangs (25-12, 15-9) head into the final stretch of its Golden State Athletic Conference season, there are several reasons for The Master's to be confident that its stretch run will produce another playoff contender. After opening the GSAC season 11-2, the Mustangs hit tough times, losing seven of 11 and dropping to fourth place in their division.
The College of the Canyons baseball team found itself in a familiar situation Thursday. Down two runs after the first inning, the Cougars turned things around for the second straight game by beating Citrus College 10-3 at College of the Canyons. COC (15-10-1, 12-4) got six strong innings from freshman right-hander Trevor McDonald and found its stroke at the plate midway through the contest. "I just had to loosen up the arm," McDonald said. Scoring ...
MISSION VIEJO - It's tough to rattle this College of the Canyons team.
The Master's College's 2013-14 fall athletic season is in full swing and many teams are finding early success.
Two former Saugus High stars established themselves as College of the Canyons' next cross country headliners on Friday.