Although recent rain storms have dampened the City College’s Womens tennis season with continued rescheduling, the Rams team is holding its own as it approaches the coast conference championship, which will take place April 13-15 at West Valley College.
After their game versus American River was postponed, the team headed into their first game since the 2020 season versus Monterey Peninsula with the Rams being the traveling side. Despite the Lobos being the homeside, the Rams persevered and beat Monterey 7-2, marking their first win since their 2020 season.
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 Rams won two doubles matchups, and five singles, for an overall 7-2 victory over the West Valley Vikings.
The main event was the No. 1 seed doubles match, in which City College’s two best singles players, Elsie Woo and Savannah Hayes, played against Santa Rosa’s Kelli Kingsborough and Angel Tran.
The dark clouds that hovered over the women’s tennis program at City College appear to be dissipating into sunny days.