The Masters College baseball team squeaked out a 4-3 win over San Diego Christian College on Saturday in the second half of a doubleheader at Reese Field.
If Friday's 30-0 victory over La Sierra University was any indication, The Master's College baseball program has made a 180 degree turn from last season, a campaign that ended far below the .500 mark.
With its 9-6 win over Glendale College at home on Saturday, the College of the Canyons baseball team stands alone in first place.
The casual observer can often tell a lot about a baseball game by the way teams warm-up beforehand.
Former Saugus basketball head coaches Jeff Hallman and Eric Olsson were linked in the past for so many reasons.
The Master's College said farewell to the Volunteer State and its season as the Mustangs bowed out from the NAIA Division I Women's Tournament on Friday in Jackson, Tennessee.
When the season was starting, College of the Canyons first-year head coach John Wissmath didn't know what to expect.
It's not so much what she said, but what she did. Britney Bradley, immediately upon being asked about her first basketball practice at College of the Canyons, moved her left arm and grabbed the side of her body.
The College the Canyons baseball team didn't exactly have a marquee game with its gloves against Citrus College on Thursday.
It's safe to say College of the Canyons head women's basketball coach Greg Herrick knows a Most Valuable Player when he sees one.
With new NAIA rankings out on Wednesday, The Master's College baseball team went from being unranked one week to being No. 9 the next.
The Master's College men's basketball team has knocked off its fair share of ranked opponents this season, particularly in Golden State Athletic Conference play.
Azusa Pacific's Sarah Leathers buried five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 19 points as the No. 9 Cougars led virtually wire-to-wire in a 70-60 victory over The Master's College Tuesday night at Bross Gym.
Plain and simple, College of the Canyons' bullpen has been struggling. Cougars head coach Chris Cota equates it this way - a sub .500 team coming into its Western State Conference opener Thursday against Pierce, COC should be three if not five games over at this point. But optimism showed Thursday as Valencia graduate and Cougars reliever Caleb Deville gave a shutdown performance. His three innings of shutout relief, Cota said, was the difference in ...
The victory improved the Mustangs to 18-7 overall and lifted them into a fourth-place tie (10-6) with Westmont in conference play with four regular-season games left.
A few weeks into the season for The Master's College, things are starting to take shape.