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Playing their second-round playoff game against the Butte College Roadrunners, City College won the Wednesday-night home game with a lopsided 80-47.
Rams sophomore guard Raquel Torres (10) handles the ball during a CCCAA women’s basketball game on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, at Ocean campus. Photo by Santiago Mejia/The Guardsman By Daniel ...
Overcoming a rougher first half than the team anticipated, City College was able to win their opening California Community College Athletic Association regional playoff game at home March 1 against San Joaquin Delta College by a comfortable 74-46 margin.
In a California Community College Athletic Association North Regional playoff match March 1 that determined who would face No. 4 Sierra College in the semifinals, the No. 5 Rams defeated No. 12 Contra Costa Comets, 98-80.
Admission to see the Raiders play in the National Football League is far less than what is going to be charged by the Niners as they “go south” to their new tech-extravagance called Levi’s Stadium.
In the first of a two-game preseason series against the Napa Valley College Storm on Feb. 13, the Rams blew a one-run lead in the 9th inning, losing 3-2 at Fairmont Field in Pacifica, City College’s home field.
The City College men's basketball team had an impressive 90-58 win over Las Positas College, in which the Rams clearly outmatched their opponent. Despite the dominating win, head coach Justin Labagh was not completely impressed with his teams win.
It might have been Valentine’s Day, but City College women’s basketball team didn’t show their opponent, Las Positas College, any love. The final score was a staggering 96-23 and the Rams dominated their opponent in every aspect of the game.
The main event was the No. 1 seed doubles match, in which City College’s two best singles players, Elsie Woo and Savannah Hayes, played against Santa Rosa's Kelli Kingsborough and Angel Tran.
The City College men’s basketball team won in dominating fashion on Jan. 17 over Foothill College. The final score was 80-48 and over the course of the entire game City College controlled nearly every aspect on the court.
They could play the Super Bowl on the North Pole and people would still watch it.
In the first game of a doubleheader at City College on Jan. 17, the Rams women’s basketball team defeated San Jose City College with a final score of 52-39.
The City College of San Francisco Rams men's basketball team beat the Cañada College Colts with a final score of 108-65 on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, at Ocean Campus.