Despite a winning season overall and in the Golden State Athletic Conference, The Master's College women's soccer team will have to likely win the GSAC Tournament to reach the NAIA Tournament.
It wasn't an easy decision, but it was one that College of the Canyons women's soccer player Katie Colleta had made - she was ready to quit the game she had played since she was 4 years old.
MOORPARK - The College of the Canyons football team needed a big play, and it got one from two players at the same time when it mattered most.
This was the match College of the Canyons women's volleyball needed to have. Coming off a loss to the state's top-ranked team last week, the Cougars' relatively painless 3-1 win over Glendale College on Wednesday at COC was just what the doctor ordered. Kelsea Hundtoft had 16 kills to lead COC to set scores of 25-15, 25-15, 20-25 and 25-18. "Kelsea was very smart tonight, not just swinging away but putting it where we wanted ...
A state championship team, All-Conference and All-State athletes, and a long-time softball coach will all be honored by College of the Canyons during the school's 2013 Hall of Fame induction ceremony, the school announced Wednesday.
The Master's College's John Gilbertson extended his undefeated season on Saturday, winning the competitive Bronco Invitational at Santa Clara University with an eight-mile time of 23 minutes, 40.3 seconds - a personal best.
As momentum-changers go, this was a biggie. The College of the Canyons football team saw its four-point halftime lead evaporate in an instant against Ventura College when Jordan Howard returned the second-half kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown. The Cougars never fully recovered as Ventura methodically wrestled away control and posted a 44-37 victory in a National Division, Northern Conference slugfest Saturday night at Cougar Stadium. The loss sends the Cougars (2-5, 1-2) mercifully into ...
An impressive start to conference play hit a barricade on Wednesday night for College of the Canyons volleyball.
LANCASTER - This one had to be seen to be believed. After 110 combined points in regulation, hemorrhaging by both defenses, terrible penalties, and two overtimes, College of the Canyons football defeated Antelope Valley College 62-61 at Marauder Stadium on Saturday night. And the difference was a point after touchdown. In the second overtime, the Marauders scored on a 6-yard run by quarterback Edwin Westlund, giving AVC a 61-55 lead. But on the ensuing point-after ...
On one side of the field, a top 10-ranked team in the nation demonstrated its depth and speed throughout the day.
BAKERSFIELD - The hunt is on for anything encouraging to surface in the wake of the College of the Canyons football team's disastrous road trip to archrival Bakersfield College.
College of the Canyons women's soccer did just about everything to justify its national ranking on Tuesday.
Headed into overtime of its all-important conference opener, The Master's College women's soccer head coach Curtis Lewis reminded his team how thrilling it is to charge the field in celebration.
In its National Division, Northern Conference opener, College of the Canyons started the game sluggish, but caught fire and rallied to a 36-14 victory Saturday at Cougar Stadium.
The inaugural Mustang Challenge cross country race hosted by The Master's College at Central Park in Saugus on Saturday afternoon went off about as well as the Mustangs could have hoped.
Even after scoring 12 runs, the fate of The Master's College lay in the hands of a freshman pitcher.