In the Ram’s Feb. 3 108-76 thrashing of Skyline College the theme was modest defense. On Feb. 10 it was an adamant offense by the CCSF Rams men’s basketball team that achieved another rout, 86-67, at home against San Mateo.
After losing by two points to Chabot College on Feb. 1, the City College Rams men’s basketball team came home 2 days later and blasted Skyline College 108-76.
The men’s Rams basketball team continued their success in the young season at home with a 94-74 win on January 25 against the Foothill College Owls and a 97-82 win over the Las Positas Hawks on January 27.
Donation from UA Local 38 will help fund City College athletics for years to come.
City College had what appeared to be a run at the State Championship during their 2019-2020 season, but had their effort shut down due to COVID-19. Now the side looks to continue it with boundless confidence.
Coach Labagh attributed the team’s success to their heavy pressure against the opposition. “We can pressure without fouling. We’re gonna wear teams down with our bench.”
CCSF Athletics department plans a full return for the fall semester.
Some teams at City College’s athletics department have decided to resume competition.
The spring sports schedule is far from a given, but athletes, coaches, and administration are ready no matter what situation arises.
All Johnnie Bryant wanted to do was to play college basketball. His exceptional talent, relentless work ethic, and unwavering passion for the game, though, took him further than he could ever imagine.
In the final round of Norcal Regional Playoffs, the City College women’s basketball team lost a back-and-forth game to the Diablo Valley College Vikings, falling just short of the state finals.
City College women’s basketball beat Lassen Community College 51-49 to advance to the third round of NorCal Regional Playoffs Friday, Feb. 28.