City College’s men’s soccer team continued on its winning ways with a 2-0 win against Las Positas on Oct. 28 at home.
Sparked by a high-powered offense, the City College Rams beat-down the Chabot Gladiators 38-14 on Nov, 5 at George M. Rush Stadium.
Donation from UA Local 38 will help fund City College athletics for years to come.
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.”
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.
Rams baseball is off to a shaky start after losing their first five games with. Three of their five losses so far coming from one-run-deficits and the performance of a few key leaders on the team shines through the thickness of their losses.
Heading into the playoffs, the Rams were to face Santa Rosa Junior College, a team that, prior to this season, had remained unbeaten against the team under Coach Wilson.
On Friday, Nov. 5, the Rams women’s soccer team won big in a game scoring five goals over the visiting Cañada College. The game’s final score was 5-1 and moved the 11th-ranked team in the state to 14-2-0.
At 9-0 and number 2 in the State, the Rams head into their final and most anticipated game against College of San Mateo, who currently hold number 1 in the state.
So far, the team has dominated in their preseason matches, winning all of their games by at least a 20 point margin.
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.
While the win-loss record isn’t as good as they had hoped, the women’s volleyball team is focused on something more than the box scores could ever tell.