The College of San Mateo softball team ended a historic 2013 season on a bitter note — it was pummeled by Riverside College 10-2 in a California Community College Athletic Association final-four elimination game on Saturday at Bakersfield College — but the loss did little to dampen what was otherwise one of the greatest seasons in Bulldogs history. Read More
He has seen six of them from the coaching sideline, and Bret Pollack has won them all.
“I told the team we’ve never lost a Bulldog Bowl ... period,” the College of San Mateo football coach said, who enters his seventh bowl game Saturday against Sierra College.
It’s a game he doesn’t plan on losing.
“That’s why I let them know about it,” Pollack said. Read More
City College of San Francisco is seeking its 21st NorCal Conference football title under coach George Rush this year. But as usual, the Rams will need to get past rival College of San Mateo first. Read More
It was only last Sunday that renowned quarterback coach Tom Martinez was on the football field of Menlo-Atherton High School, finessing and schooling another one of his numerous Bay Area prodigies.
“He was out there still coaching, still giving it his all,” said Turner Baty, who had met Martinez, his mentor, just five years prior. “That just shows you what type of person he is.”
That was the last day the two saw one another. Read More
The defending state champion City College of San Francisco men’s basketball team landed the top seed in the Northern California bracket of the California Community College Athletic Association State Championships on Monday.
CCSF’s title defense will begin Saturday at home against the winner of Wednesday’s early-round game between Mendocino and Contra Costa. Read More
College of San Mateo returns to the postseason and will be hosting Diablo Valley College in the seventh annual Botham Bulldog Bowl on Saturday afternoon.
“This year was not a great year, but by no means a bad year,” CSM coach Brett Pollack said. “We’re proud of our execution and how we did.” Read More
With first place in the CCCAA NorCal Division on the line, both City College of San Francisco and College of San Mateo brought their A games but it was the Rams who stormed back in the fourth quarter to take the win 17-14.
“I like the intensity we brought and when the chips were on the table, we made the plays we needed to win,” San Francisco coach George Rush said. Read More
In the junior college ranks, the NorCal Conference has repeatedly proven itself as the cream of the crop in California, with the champion having played in the past eight state championship games.
The winner of Saturday’s tilt between visiting City College of San Francisco and host College of San Mateo will be in prime position to represent the NorCal Conference this postseason. Read More
Quarterbacks at all playing levels from across the country share one phone number on their speed-dials.
Tom Martinez is busy fielding calls from quarterbacks who need help with their throwing mechanics as the football season progresses.
Among the group of 15-20 quarterbacks that regularly call Martinez are a couple of Serra High School graduates. Read More
The 2010 season was a roller coaster ride for the College of San Mateo Bulldogs — one that was fun, had fans sick to their stomach and feeling better after it was all said and done.
CSM was sitting at 6-0, primed to make a return trip to the California State Championship.
Click on the picture for the Bulldogs' schedule. Read More