With half the season in the books, the race for the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference women's water polo title is very tight. The next three weeks will determine what program can call themselves champions of the PCAC.
Over the last two decades, Todd Curran has had many memorable moments as the women’s soccer coach for San Diego Mesa College. One memory he recalls was the first game he coached dressed in a tie, slacks, and leather shoes. “I wanted to look professional, so I decided to wear my best outfit. We lost that game and we finished the season under .500. It was a subpar season and I soon realized that without the chance to recruit that first season, getting quality student
Women’s volleyball continued their winning ways after a thrilling 3-2 win against Mt. San Jacinto College.
“It was a great game for both teams that went down to the wire. We started the game slow, but we were able to execute and take both the 2nd and
The San Diego Mesa College men’s water polo team fell 15 - 13 to a tough Palomar College team on Wednesday at Mesa College. Palomar College, led by freshman Kevin McCollum and Nate Taylor, are the defending back to back PCAC Conference Champions (2016, 2017).
The San Diego Mesa men's cross country team captured the title at the SoCal Preview Meet on Friday in Cerritos. The Olympians finished in a tie for first place with El Camino College, beating the Warriors in a tiebreaker.
The San Diego Mesa College men’s and women’s cross country team officially started their 2018 campaign by competing in the Fresno Invitational in Fresno, California. “It was a great opener for us,” states head coach Sean Ricketts. "Our main goal was to preview the state meet course (Woodward Park) and also get an opportunity to see what our new runners bring to the table.”
The Mesa College women's soccer team opened up the schedule with a 2-2- tie against Orange Coast College at the BK Classic.
?We came out strong at the start of the game, but we just could not convert,? states head coach Todd Curran. ?We also had some several shaky moments in the first half, but goalkeeper Lillian Hill and our defense was outstanding.?
The enthusiasm surrounding San Diego Mesa College Football is at an all-time high after a successful 9-2 season record. The Olympians capped the season with a bowl game victory by defeating Santa Ana 37 – 34 in the Southern California Bowl.
Before the bright lights and cheering fans, we asked sophomore quarterback Trey Cox to give us a glimpse of the grueling three-week training
The San Diego Mesa College men’s soccer team fell short in their season opener with a 4-1 loss to Allan Hancock College.
“Although we lost 4-1, I believe the score is not indicative of our play,” explains head coach Ray Taila. “The men played ‘possession