Isaiah Floyd. (Courtesy Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

Isaiah Floyd. (Courtesy Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

CCSF football wins third in a row to get above .500 — College Roundup

City College of San Francisco’s football team got on the winning side of .500 for the first time this season by beating Butte College on Saturday, 37-14. The Rams went into halftime trailing 14-10 before their defense absolutely shut down their opponent. CCSF’s offense, in the meantime, gained 290 total yards in the second half. Isaiah Floyd rushed for more than 200 yards for the second week in a row and Zach Masoli accounted for three total touchdowns. Kevin Shaa paced all receivers with 121 yards and a touchdown.

City College’s men’s soccer team improved to 5-0-2 last week by beating Gavilan College on Friday and Napa Valley College on Saturday. The Rams won by a combined score of 9-2. “Our team was feeling a little lethargic and tired from playing the day before. We had the 2-0 lead early in the first half but they tied it at the end of the half,” head coach head coach Adam Lucarelli said on Saturday. “Although the team was tired, we eventually refocused and battled through for the win.”

The Rams’ women’s volleyball team beat Foothill College on Monday in three sets. Sisters Jennifer Quarters-Styles and Zellia Quarters-Styles led the way. Jennifer had 18 kills and Zellia paced CCSF with 21.

ART U

Academy of Art University tennis players and twin Alma Thell-Lenntorp and Klara Thell-Lenntorp successfully defended their ITA West Regional doubles title on Saturday. The juniors claimed victory in five matches to win the tournament. Before the championship match, they never lost more than four games in a set. They now head to Rome, Ga., to vie for the 2017 Oracle Cup.

SFSU

Tami Kwong scored three goals over the weekend to earn CCAA Player of the Week honors. The San Francisco State freshman netted both game winners for her team.

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