City College Women’s Soccer Player Alexia Estrada Represents Guatemala in World Cup Qualifiers

Estrada got a chance to try out for Guatemala’s national team in early December and was invited back to play for the squad.  “I just felt accomplished. I had set a goal for myself and you know that feeling when you achieve a goal, it just felt really good,” Estrada said. “I think just being able to go and represent my dad’s small town from Guatemala…I just know how proud I would make him myself and like everyone in that town.”

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Rams Men’s Basketball Team Wins State Championship; Nets 12 Postseason Awards

The Rams completed their near-perfect season with a decisive 25-point lead, defeating the only team to beat them this season with a final score of 91-66.

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The Pride of the Game

With a growing number of Pacific Islanders athletes in the NFL, CCSF highlights some of their own Pacific Islander players and why football runs deeper than simply culture and heritage for them.

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Calel Olicia-Aramboles: Reading the Signs Leading to Rams’ Success

“I don’t see deafness as a block to what I can do as an athlete – I was given talent by God and I’ve had that as a gift, so I’m ready to put it all into football.”

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Labagh Steps Up As New Department Chair

With the athletic department recently shrunk due to cuts, men’s basketball coach Justin Labagh has gracefully taken on an additional role as department chair. Previous chair holder Dan Hayes announced in May of this year that he was stepping down amid his retirement. Of course, this news happened to fall on the heels of an unprecedented pandemic year; a year of poor numbers due in part to no in-person classes, which ultimately resulted in cuts to both budgets and staff. When asked how the decision came about, Labagh simply said, “Someone had to do it.” 

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