College of the Canyons football is predicated on two principles - attitude and effort.
Despite a good record and talent across the court, College of the Canyons' women's volleyball team has had a problem staying aggressive this season.
It was a big week for Canyon High graduates playing fall sports at College of the Canyons.
There were just too many errors for College of the Canyons to overcome Saturday night at Cougar Stadium.
It's all about the postseason now for three teams at The Master's College.
A major reason for College of the Canyons football's two-game winning streak is its improved ability to hold onto the ball.
If you look at the offensive statistics for Golden State Athletic Conference women's soccer, you'll see The Master's College forward Emily Bruton near the top of most categories.
The Master's College knows it's going to get challenged once postseason play starts.
The Master's College has earned the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Champions of Character Five Star Award for integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership, the NAIA announced last week.
SANTA MARIA - The situation was the same. The result was different.
Sometimes football is a simple game.
The College of the Canyons soccer and cross country teams continued their up-and-down seasons this past week.
Just a few miles from the gulf coast sits the Hombre Golf Club in Panama City Beach, Fla.
The College of the Canyons football team has struggled with turning the ball over for weeks.
College of the Canyons can't hold its head down any longer.
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.