Third-round action in the California Community College Athletic Association playoffs at the City College of San Francisco produced mixed results for the host Wednesday.
The women’s basketball team (26-5) at CCSF advanced to the state’s elite eight with a hard-fought victory over Siskiyous College 63-55. Read More
After capturing the Coast Conference Championship, the City College of San Francisco men’s and women’s basketball teams have their sights set on a bigger title — the state championship.
Both CCSF teams disposed of their respective second-round opponents, and both teams stand two games away from participating in the state final four that will be held at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento this season. 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
City College of San Francisco freshman point guard Delon Wright stands at 6-foot-5 and looks like he weighs 150 pounds — with his uniform on.
Wright has a body frame that makes him look like a toothpick, while sporting a miniafro that’s never combed and braces that could have him confused for a young teen. Read More
With 47 seconds left in the game and his team hanging onto a 45-42 lead, the City College of San Francisco football team had a dilemma: Kick the field goal and give Mount San Antonio College the ball back with a chance to win the game, or go for the first down and ice the game?
Coach George Rush decided to go for it and the decision paid off as the Rams won the state junior college championship. Read More
You can call it a revenge game, but City College of San Francisco coach George Rush isn’t going that route.
The Rams bring their 11-0 record up against Mt. San Antonio College, which has captured the California Community College Athletic Association state championship two years in a row, including last season’s 34-7 win against CCSF. Read More
A quiet offensive lineman who goes by the name Ngalu is getting ready to start in the biggest game of his career Saturday.
The undefeated City College of San Francisco football team is gearing up to play defending state champion Mount San Antonio College, a rematch from last season’s title game. Read More
City College of San Francisco has been known for its high level football and basketball programs, but the depth of the sports program goes deeper than that.
This weekend, the men’s and women’s soccer teams take center stage at the California Community College Association Championships, which will be played at Consumes River College.
On the men’s side, they advanced to the Final Four with a 3-0 victory over Foothill College on Saturday. Read More
City College of San Francisco did not need long to stamp its ticket to the state championship game as it used 29 first-quarter points to cruise to the 57-13 victory over Fresno City College in the San Francisco Hawaiian Punch Bowl on Saturday.
The win gives No. 1 CCSF (11-0) its second consecutive Northern California Football Association championship and its 12th overall and sets up a rematch against Mt. San Antonio College for the state championship. Read More
While the men’s basketball team at City College of San Francisco garnered most of the attention with their state championship in 2010, under the radar, the women’s team had a season to remember.
The Rams finished the season 27-6, and fell just short in their quest to capture the school’s first-ever women’s basketball state championship, falling to Santa Rosa 52-45 in the title game. Read More