College of the Canyons College of the Canyons is one of the fastest-growing community colleges in the state. According to the National Junior College Research Association, College of the Canyons consistently ranks in the top 50 community colleges in the nation.
Although men's volleyball is not a varsity sport at Canyons, men soon will have an opportunity to play the sport for the Cougars. Women's volleyball coach Lisa Hooper hoop·er
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- Heather Gripp
The Master's College History
The Master's College was founded as Los Angeles Baptist Theological Seminary on May 25, 1927 to meet the need for a fundamental Baptist school on the West Coast.
Basketball fans will get a preview of promising seasons for both the men's and women's teams during Mustang mustang [Sp. mesteño=a stray], small feral horse of the W United States. Mustangs are descended from escaped Native American horses, which in turn were descended from horses of North African blood, brought to the New World by the Spanish c.1500. Madness practices Friday at Bross Gym, which features a scrimmage between the women's team and The Master's faculty.
The men should have their best team since their streak of seven consecutive NAIA NAIA
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes National Tournament appearances was snapped three years ago. The Mustangs' key players include guards Keron Wilkerson and Micah McKinney, forwards Chris Sanders and Caleb Adcock, and post player Lavar Simmons.
The women's team was the preseason pick to win the Golden State Athletic Conference The Golden State Athletic Conference is a college athletics conference in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The conference commissioner is Dr. Cliff Hamlow of Azusa Pacific University. Conference leadership is shared among the member institutions. . The health of junior center Amy Van Doesburg, who has endured nagging injuries and illness since last season, will be a key to the Mustangs returning to the national tournament for a third time in four years.
- Chris Cocoles
Canyon For the second week in a row, the football team's game will be televised as the Cowboys play in the game of the week on Fox Sports Net 2. The showdown between undefeated Canyon and defending Foothill League champion Hart tonight starts at 7.
- Sean Ceglinsky
The girls' volleyball team could be without middle blocker Julie Barcuss for today's game at Burroughs of Burbank. Barcuss is questionable after having her wisdom teeth pulled this week. The Indians (8-2, 4-1) are a game out of first place in the Foothill League.
- Gerry Gittelson
The Centurions failed to take the top individual spot in Tuesday's Foothill League girls' golf match, but they continued to show the depth that makes them the favorite for this year's league title. Saugus, led by Melanie DeLeon and Jill Shatkus in a tie for second, shot 186 to finish 21 strokes ahead of second-place Valencia. The Centurions improved to 21-0 with one match left in the regular season.
- Matthew Kredell
Starting sophomore left tackle Matt Goetz of the junior varsity junior varsity
n. Abbr. JV
A high-school or college team that competes in interschool sports on the level below varsity.
Noun 1. football team is expected to miss this week's game because of a concussion concussion
Period of nervous-function impairment that results from relatively mild brain injury, often with no bleeding in the cerebral cortex. It causes brief unconsciousness, followed by mental confusion and physical difficulties. suffered in last week's victory over Canyon.
Goetz didn't experience much trouble during the game, but when he had difficulty focusing in practice Monday, he was sent to the doctor.
- Heather Gripp