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.
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.
Fifty years ago the City College men’s soccer team would walk over a small two-lane bridge to play their games at nearby Balboa Stadium. As the 1961 season progressed the Rams started winning.
The Rams lost their first game in over a month at home on Nov. 4 to Hartnell College, the No. 3 ranked team in California.
The Panthers extended an early lead and held on to win the game, 3-2, despite a second half comeback by the Rams.
The City College men’s soccer team fought until the last minute but failed to defeat Cabrillo College on Oct. 25 when neither team was able to score.
The Rams extended their winning streak to eight games in a row when they defeated Foothill College and take a one-game lead in the Coast Conference North Division.