Sports Briefs: Feb. 24, 2010

Rams basketball goes all-conference
The City College men’s and women’s basketball teams will be well represented this season on the all-conference teams.  The women received five selections, including the Coast Conference MVP, which was awarded to sophomore guard Brittney Allen. Joining her on the First Team all-Coast Conference was sophomore guards Mone Peoples and Marlee Rice, sophomore forward Cierra Foster, and freshman forward Shawnte Taylor. The men received three selections this season, as sophomore  guard Bennie Rhodes along with sophomore forwards Da’Ron Sims and Chris White were named First Team all-Coast Conference.

Baseball gets underway
The Rams baseball team is off to a 2-7 start before their Coast Conference opener on March 2.  The home doubleheader against Napa Valley, which was being played at Skyline College, was called in the third inning due to heavy fog. The Rams resumed the game at Napa Valley’s home field, where the Rams were able to win their second game of the season. The second game of that double header was played Feb. 22. The score was 12-3 Napa.

Tennis team drops season opener
After having the first two meets of the season cancelled due to poor weather, the women’s tennis team lost their season opener on the road at Mission College on Feb. 16. The Rams were scheduled to hold their conference opener on Feb. 23 at home against Chabot, but the match was rained out.

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