Sports Briefs

Women’s Basketball

The City College women’s basketball team has come on strong after their loss to Foothill back on Jan. 23. They have reeled off three straight wins by beating College of San Mateo, beating Chabot College by 14 points, and beating Skyline College 77-52 this past Friday, Feb. 6.
In the game against Skyline, Center Courtney Buster led the way with 20 points, eight rebounds, and four blocked shots. Guard Brittany Allen scored 19 points, and guard Jazmine Holmes chipped 12 points and 10 assists.
The Rams remain in second place in the north division of the Coast Conference, two games behind first place Foothill College. The Rams will look to improve their 28-2 record Wednesday, Feb. 11th at 5:30 pm here at the Wellness Center.


The City College Rams team has gotten off to a 1-3 start. Three games had to be postponed due to rain.
The Rams lost their first game of the season to Gavillan College on Jan. 30. They traveled to Monterey the following day for a tournament, and went 1-2, and moved their record to 1-3 so far on the season.
The home opener against American River Feb. 5 was postponed due to rain. No makeup date has been announced yet. The tournament at Mission College starting Feb. 7 was also postponed due to bad weather. The date to make up those games has not been announced yet.


Tennis has yet to start due to rain.
The City College Rams tennis team had their first match of the season rained out Feb. 6. No date has been made yet to make the match up.
They next play at home against De Anza College on Tuesday, Feb. 17.

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