Citrus College Athletics News

  • Former Owl Dohy Drafted by Phillies in 16th Round of MLB Draft
    June 21, 2017
    Glendora, CA - Former Citrus College Baseball player Kyle Dohy saw his professional dreams come true recently as he was drafted in the 16th round of the Major League Baseball Draft last week. Dohy was selected with the 473rd pick of the event, by the Philadelphia Phillies.
  • Owls to Bring Back Men’s Swim in Spring of 2018
    June 06, 2017
    Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Athletics Department is pleased to announce that it will once again be fielding a men’s swim team beginning in the Spring of 2018. The Owls last fielded a men’s swim team back in 2010. Head Women’s Swim Coach Jennifer Spalding will also helm the men’s program.
  • Cyprian and Nua Named Athletes of the Year; Lujan and Spathias are Key of Knowledge Recipients
    June 02, 2017
    Glendora, CA - Citrus College hosted its 54th Annual Achievement Awards Ceremony on Thursday evening June 1st. Included in the ceremony were sophomore men’s basketball student-athlete Kenneth Cyprian and sophomore softball student-athlete Jade Nua, who were named the campuses’ Athletes of the Year. Additionally, sophomore women’s soccer student-athlete Sydney Lujan and sophomore softball student-athlete Celine Spathias were each named Key of Knowledge recipients. The Key of Knowledge is the college’s highest academic honor, and an award only given out to 10 students across campus each academic year.
  • Youth Basketball Camp Returns for Two Summer Sessions
    June 01, 2017
    Glendora, CA - The 11th Annual Citrus College Youth Basketball Camp is returning on June 19th for two sessions. The camp geared towards boys and girls aged 6-14, will cover and entice basketball players of all skill levels from around the San Gabriel Valley.
  • Annual Youth Summer Camp Set to Start June 19th
    June 01, 2017
    Glendora, CA - The Annual Youth Summer Camp hosted by the Citrus College Football program is set to start on June 19th. The camp which is for boys and girls ages 6-12 and runs Monday-Friday for seven weeks.
  • Brown Signs With Grace University
    May 25, 2017
    Glendora, CA - Sophomore forward Marisa Brown has signed a scholarship offer with NAIA member Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska. Brown was a 1st team All-Western State Conference East Division honoree in 2016-2017.
  • Nua Named NFCA All-American
    May 17, 2017
    Glendora, CA - Citrus College sophomore first baseman Jade Nua was named a National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-American recently. Nua earned the honors after a historic 2017 campaign, in which she was named the Western State Conference East Player of the Year, and a California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association All-State selection. She is just the fifth player in Citrus College Softball history to earn the honor.
  • Owls Season Ends at SoCal Championships
    May 08, 2017
    Oceanside, CA - The Citrus College Men’s Golf team had their 2017 season come to an end on Monday. The Owls became the first Citrus team in recent memory to qualify for the CCCAA SoCal Championships, but unfortunately that’s where their road ended as Citrus finished in 9th place and came up just shy of having an individual qualify for the State Championships.
  • Owls Fantastic 2017 Comes to End at Cerritos
    May 06, 2017
    Norwalk, CA - The Citrus College Softball team’s fantastic 2017 campaign came to an end on Saturday afternoon. The Owls were mercied for the second straight day by #7 seed Cerritos College, 9-1 in six innings ending their post-season run in the regional round.
  • Doubled and Downed
    May 05, 2017
    Cerritos, CA - The Citrus College Softball team gave up five doubles and committed five errors and were mercy ruled on Friday afternoon in the first game of their best 2-of-3 series with #7 Cerritos College in the opening round of the 2017 CCCAA Southern California Playoffs. The Owls managed just as many hits and they committed errors and fell in five innings 14-4.
  • Regional Round Preview: #10 Citrus College at #7 Cerritos College
    May 04, 2017
    A preview of this weekend’s regional round best two-of-three series between #10 Citrus College and #7 Cerritos College in Norwalk in the 2017 California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Playoffs. Game #1 is set for a 2:00 PM first pitch on Friday, while Game #2 is one for 12:00 PM on Saturday with a third and final tilt set 20 minutes following game two if necessary.
  • 10 Owls Named to All-WSC East Team; Nua is WSC East Player of the Year & All-State
    May 03, 2017
    Glendora, CA - After a 2017 season in which the Citrus College Softball team went 24-14 and 13-5 in WSC East play for second place, the Owls had 10 players named to the All-WSC East team. That included sophomore Jade Nua whose outstanding 2017 campaign got her named Co-MVP of the WSC East and an California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association All-State selection.
  • Owls Are Back in SoCal Regionals for Second Straight Year After Fourth Place Finish at WSC Finals
    May 02, 2017
    Santa Maria, CA - The Citrus College Men’s Golf team is back in the Southern California Regionals for the second straight season after their fourth place finish at Monday’s Western State Conference Finals. It’s the first time that the Owls have qualified as a team for the SoCal Regionals in back-to-back seasons in recent memory.
  • Owls Softball Back in Post-Season
    May 01, 2017
    Glendora, CA - After a year’s absence, the Citrus College Softball team is back in the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Softball Playoffs. The Owls earned the #10 overall seed and will travel to #7 Cerritos College for a best two out of three series this weekend.
  • Owls and Vaqueros Tie After Grueling 14 Innings | (Update) Owls Win in Bottom of 16th
    March 25, 2017
    Glendora, CA - Saturday afternoon’s contest between the Owls and visiting Glendale College was called after the bottom of the 14th inning due to darkness. After over six hours of a grueling back and forth affair the game was halted and declared an 8-8 tie, unless the game affects the final WSC East standings at the end of the season.