Entering play this weekend, both the College of San Mateo and City College of San Francisco football teams are at the top of the state rankings, with CCSF at No. 2 and CSM at No. 3.
The Rams are off to a solid 2-0 start after defeating the College of Sequoias 51-7 in their opener, while following that up with a 42-8 victory over Mendocino College.
Sophomore quarterback Steele Jantz tossed three touchdowns in each of the team’s first two games. Read More
The world champion U.S. women’s water polo team, which features five former Stanford and two ex-Cal stars, is in the Bay Area this week for a series of exhibition games against the Chinese national team.
In addition to games, the U.S. is practicing today, Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m. at College of San Mateo. Read More
The College of San Mateo will be hoping for a bit of “beginners luck” in its first state championship appearance in school history, against Southern California football powerhouse Mt. San Antonio College on Saturday.
CSM (10-1) will host Mt. SAC (12-1), which will be making its third consecutive trip to the title game. The Mounties lost both prior title matches to the City College of San Francisco and Butte College, respectively. Read More
College of San Mateo controlled City College of San Francisco, the second-ranked team in the state, to take a 30-24 NorCal Conference football victory over the visiting Rams on Saturday. Read More