Rams volleyball welcomes impressive recruiting class

Head coach Saga Vae is “really excited” about his 2016 women’s volleyball team.

“This group never gives up. A lot of teams will be glad we’re small when they see us walk into the gym,” Vae said, referencing the team’s lack of height compared to previous years. “But we’ll surprise them.”

Sophomores Kijana Best and Tatiana Jimenez are the lone returners from last year’s team, which finished 20-7 overall before losing in the first round of the California Community College Athletic Association’s NorCal Regional Championships.

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National title defense: Can the Rams go back-to-back?

The City College Rams are looking to add to their ring collection after winning the National Junior College Football Championship for the 10th time last fall.

It was their first title under new head coach Jimmy Collins, who took over the program after the 2014 season from George Rush, the winningest head coach in junior college history.

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