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.
The Cougars baseball team has a chance to get closer to first place and try to solidify its hold on a playoff berth when it plays host to Western State Conference South Division leader Citrus today at 2:30 p.m. The Cougars are in second place with nine games remaining. Only the top two teams earn automatic postseason berths.
- 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.
The baseball team's weekend sweep moved the Mustangs into a tie for fourth place with Vanguard in 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. . This is where The Master's (20-17, 11-10) needs to be if it wants to make the NAIA NAIA
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes Region II tournament. The top four teams in the GSAC GSAC Golden State Athletic Conference
GSAC Governance Structural Adjustment Credit (World Bank)
GSAC Greater San Antonio Chapter (of the National Contract Management Association) will make the field.
The Mustangs, at least on paper, should get past last-place Westmont (6-28-1, 4-18) in today's 3 p.m. conference game in Santa Barbara Santa Barbara (săn'tə bär`brə, –bərə), city (1990 pop. 85,571), seat of Santa Barbara co., S Calif., on the Pacific Ocean; inc. 1850. . But the schedule gets tougher later in the week.
The Master's has a key doubleheader at Point Loma Point Loma is a neighborhood of San Diego, California. Geographically it is a hilly peninsula that is bordered on the west and south by the Pacific Ocean, the east by the San Diego Bay and Old Town and the north by the San Diego River. Nazarene on Saturday. Second-place Point Loma (25-14, 12-8) is three games behind In sports, the phrase games behind, often abbreviated as GB in tables, is a common way to reflect the gap between a leading team and another team in a sports league, conference, or division. GSAC-leading Azusa Pacific.
- Chris Cocoles
The varsity baseball team will play at Hart today at 3:15 p.m. in a rematch of last month's meeting which saw Hart beat Canyon 6-5 in eight innings, ending the Cowboys' bid for a perfect season. However, Canyon coach Adam Schulhofer said his team isn't focused on revenge.
``We're not looking to get back at Hart,'' Schulhofer said. ``We're just looking to win every game from here on out.''
- Nevin Barich
Hart's baseball team, coming off a 14-13, 10-inning victory over Valencia, continues Foothill League competition against against highly regarded Canyon at 3 p.m. today at Hart.
Hart (10-7-1) is led by outfielder Chris Steck and shortstop Chris Valaika. Canyon pitcher Jake Coash, who is expected to start today, is a major-league prospect.
- Gerry Gittelson
Jimmy Hock hock: see wine. scored a hat trick to lead the Centurions over Valencia 7-5 in ice hockey at the Ice Station on Saturday. Robert Birney, Todd Stelnick, Gregory Boyle and Ryan Seals all added goals for Saugus (2-0), the defending champion in the league. Valencia led in the middle of the first period, when the Centurions scored three goals in the final six minutes to take control.
- Matthew Kredell
Selecting the starting pitcher for the first game of the week has turned into a guessing game for the Vikings baseball team.
``Tuesdays, it's a coin toss,'' coach Jared Snyder said. ``Fridays it's set, but Tuesdays we never know who we'll go with.''
Whoever gets the start today will be faced with the task of trying to stop a Saugus lineup that defeated Valencia 6-4 during the first round of Foothill play.
The Vikings (14-4) are coming off a 14-13 extra-inning loss to Hart on Friday.
- Heather Gripp