Glendora, CA - Sophomore Aaron Bernal pitched eight solid innings, giving up just four total hits, one run, one walk, and fanning three. His gem helped the Owls stop a four-game slide, and beat visiting Barstow College in the opening game of their final regular season three-game set with Barstow College 7-1.
Lancaster, CA - The Citrus College Softball team went into Tuesday’s double-header knowing that they couldn’t claim a WSC East crown, but that they could improve their position in the upcoming CCCAA Playoffs. While the Owls may have made a statement that their offense is for real, they couldn’t hold off a very good Marauder squad who rallied for two wins against the Owls on Tuesday 14-10 and 17-16.
Santa Maria, CA - The Citrus College Women’s Swim program closed out their 2017 campaign with strong fifth place showing at the 2017 Western State Conference Swim and Dive Championships. It’s matches the highest finish for Citrus College since the 2007 season.
Santa Clarita, CA - For just the second time in the last 11 years, the Citrus College Baseball team got swept by College of the Canyons in their WSC series. The Owls last the final of four games to the Cougars on Saturday afternoon 7-1, giving Canyons four wins against Citrus this season.
Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Softball team ended their 2017 home slate with a bang on Thursday afternoon. The Owls routed visiting Los Angeles Valley College 16-0, using 12 hits, half of which went for extra bases.
Glendora, CA - For the second straight game, the Citrus College Baseball team couldn’t quite get it going against College of the Canyons. The Owls struggled against the Cougars, surrendering 15 hits, while being held to just five in a 9-1 loss.
Glendale, CA - The Citrus College Softball team took two at Glendale College on Tuesday afternoon. The Owls started slow but won going away in the first game, and used a three run seventh in the second game to secure a one run victory.
Santa Clarita, CA - The College of the Canyons Baseball team continued its recent hot streak and jumped all over the Owls Baseball program on Tuesday afternoon in a 15-5 loss for Citrus. The Cougars scored 8 of their 15 runs in the first two innings and never looked back.
Victorville, CA - After two straight weeks of fifth place finishes, the Citrus College Men’s Golf team moved back into fourth place at the WSC Event hosted by Victory Valley College. The Owls, led by sophomore James Bragger’s one under par 71, posted a score of 389 holding off Glendale College by six strokes.
Citrus College Sophomore Jade Nua was recently named the California Community College Athletic Association and California Community College Sports Information Association Female State Athlete of the Month for her outstanding month of February. Nua is just fifth Citrus student-athlete to win the award in it's 12-year history.
Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Athletic Department is pleased to announce the hiring of Tanner Farwell as the new Offensive Coordinator for the Citrus College Football program. Farwell comes to the Owls after spending two successful seasons at Los Angeles Valley College, and takes over for former offensive coordinator Gary Watkins who stepped down to accept a position in San Diego to be closer to his family.
Glendora, CA - In an important Western State Conference East Division match-up, the Owls took hold of second place in the conference with a 11-3 six-inning mercy rule win over visiting College of the Canyons. Citrus came up with 12 hits, and held a tough Cougar offense to just three scores in the win.
Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Baseball team had their “Spring Break” come to a close in disappointing fashion on Thursday when visiting Mt. San Antonio College clobbered the Owls 9-1. The Owls offense completely disappeared, mustering just six hits, three walks, and one run in the loss.
Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Men’s Basketball program is pleased to announce that four student-athletes from the 2016-2017 season have signed scholarship offers to continue their education and basketball careers at the four-year level. Three sophomores and one freshman will be suiting up at NCAA institutions next Fall, including Calvin Martin (Sacramento State), Khalil Williams (California State, Los Angeles), Kenneth Cyprian (California State, Los Angeles), and Tyler LaCour (Concordia University, Irvine).