Anticipating a tough match, the City College Rams secured a 2-1 win over the robust nature of the No. 1-seeded San Joaquin Delta squad on Tuesday, Nov. 21, in Round 2 of Northern California Regional Playoffs.
The Rams women’s soccer team shut down the Canada Colts with a 3-0 win Friday, Nov. 3, led by Amaya Jarzombek (11) with a hat trick. This win put the Rams on an 11-game undefeated streak and ensured they remained on top of their conference.
Rams women’s soccer put on a show in their home bout against the Chabot Gladiators, dominating the scoreline 7-1 on Friday, October 20.
The City College Rams got back into the win column with a 2-0 victory over the Los Medanos Mustangs on Sept. 22, 2023.
The task was too much for the Rams as Fresno found the back of the net again later in the second half. Despite the team giving it their all to the end, Fresno ended the game on top, ending City’s season.
Elvira Motuapuaka, star goalkeeper for City College’s women’s soccer team, continues to grow through every challenge both on and off the field finding inspiration and encouragement everywhere she goes.
Despite season-ending losses, City College’s women’s and men’s soccer teams are playoff-bound in their quest for state championship.
Ranked No. 4 in Northern California, the City College women’s soccer team is gearing up for the Coast Conference playoffs.
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.
Following a return to the game after a year’s layoff due to the pandemic and a four-game winning streak, the men’s Rams soccer team suffered their second loss of the young season on Sept. 27 with a 5-1 defeat to the Cabrillo Seahawks on the City College Soccer Stadium.
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.”
Going into the 2022 season, the Rams hope to replicate and exceed the success they found last season with their newly promoted full-time head coach Mr. Jeff Wilson.
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.