The Zone serves approximately 400 students per semester. In addition to its English and Math tutoring services, The Zone also has a lending-library which currently has over 475 textbooks for the students to use.
The Cougars spend several hours training, on the football, baseball, softball fields, and in the gym. But Cougar fans may happen to forget those same athletes spend several hours training in the strength and conditioning room under coach Robert Dos Remedios.
Following its 14th conference title, the College of the Canyons Cougars had three of its players, sophomore Angelica Sahagun, Jazzmyn Davis, and freshman guard Amanda Ajdari earn All Conference recognition.
The Cougars are coming off their most impressive season in school history finishing with a 17-6-2 overall record including winning their last seven straight games to make it into the Southern California Regional Playoffs.
College of the Canyons released its Women’s Soccer schedule for the upcoming 2011 season earlier this week. In Justin Lundin’s second season as head coach, the 2010 women’s team finished with a 11-8-2 overall record.
Eight College of the Canyons baseball players were honored with All-Conference awards. Sophomore short stop Juan Perez and freshman catcher Michael Browne were honored with first team All-Conference accolades. Perez was also named the 2011 Western State Conference Player of the Year, the first time a COC player has one the award since Trevor Bloom in 2009.
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) named three College of the Canyons athletes with All-American awards in Strength and Conditioning Athletes of the Year. Sophomore Kelli Lewis from the women’s basketball team, sophomore Cal Vogelsang from the baseball team and sophomore Justin Cudworth from the football team were honored with the award.
College of the Canyons released its football scheduled for the 2011 season on Monday. After finishing their first season in the Western State Conference Southern Division with a 6-5 overall record and a 3-2 conference record, the Cougars will see the same schedule in 2011 as they did a year ago.
The College of the Canyons hockey club became the first team ever to win a Division III National Championship on Saturday night with a 5-3 victory over the Hope Flying Dutchman. Photos courtesy of the College of the Canyons Hockey Club.
The College of the Canyons Board of Trustees recognized numerous student athletes for their accomplishments both on and off the playing surface Wednesday evening. Coaches from each team chose a few players from their 2010-2011 squad to be honored during the board of trustees meeting
The College of the Canyons hockey team continued their dominate play in the Division III National Championship Tournament held in Holland, Michigan on Thursday with a 5-4 victory over Loyola University Maryland. It was the team’s second win of the tourney after defeating Fredonia State 4-2 on Wednesday. Road to Nationals shot and edited by Cameron Stell.
Brian Lewis has the highlights from the conference home opener. The College of the Canyons Cougars overcame four costly errors and timely hitting from L.A. Mission college Wednesday afternoon to beat the Eagles 7-5, capturing their first Western State Conference win of the season.
For the COC baseball team the season couldn’t have started the season much better as they finished non-conference play with an 8-5 record while defeating four teams in the top 20 Southern California rankings.
It hasn’t been as pretty for the other team swinging the bats at COC as its been a dismal start to the 2011 season for the softball team…
Photo courtesy by COC Sports Information Department. The College of the Canyons Lady Cougars took down the Mt. San Jacinto Lady Eagles in front of their home crowd for the third time in the last four years, 88-73.
After major upsets to No. 3 Cerritos, No. 2 Santa Ana, and No. 1 in the North, Fresno City College, the Cougars could not pick up their fourth straight upset in the playoffs as they lost to the Mount San Antonio Mounties 4-0 in the state championship game on Sunday.
The sixth seeded Cougars have a tough road ahead. After a home win against No. 9 Palomar, the Cougars went on the road to upset No. 3 Cerritos and came roaring back against No. 2 Santa Ana, scoring 3 goals within the last 7 minutes of the game. The season did not start off the way they wanted with 6 wins and 5 losses and 2 ties but an amazing 10 game win streak has led them to playing in the state finals.
With ten minutes remaining in the game it appeared as if the No. 6 College of the Canyons men’s soocer team would be knocked out of the Southern California Playoffs for the second straight year by No. 2 Santa Ana.
Thirteen College of the Canyons football players were name to the 2010 Northern National Football Conference team. The Cougars had eight players on defense and five players on offense selected to the team.
Nearly one year to the day, the College of the Canyons men’s soccer team has mirrored last season’s squad. Now the trick is to end the similarities. The No. 6 College of the Canyons Cougars advanced to the Southern Califonia regional finals on Tuesday, defeating No. 3 Cerritos Falcons 2-1 in a physical road game.
One year removed from an improbable run through the Southern California Regional Soccer Playoffs, the College of the Canyons men’s soccer team started their 2010 playoff campaign in the same fashion as last year, with a dominating home performance.
It’s hard to believe it, but the 2010 College of the Canyons football season will officially be over in the next 48 hours, baring the longest game in football history. But despite the fact that COC has already played 10 games, the team’s legacy has still yet to be defined. A season that started so promising is left hanging in the balance for one last game.
The College of the Canyons Men’s Soccer is poised and ready to make a run deep into the Southern Regional playoffs. COC earned a NO. 6 seed and will host NO. 11 seed Palomar College on Saturday at 4 p.m. at Cougar Stadium. After seven consecutive victories to finish the 2010 season, the Cougars (13-5-2, 9-3-2) finished in third place in the Western State Conference behind Oxnard and Santa Barbara. Palomar (11-6-4, 7-3-2) finished second in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference after winning 2 of their last 4 games.
For the second consecutive week the College of the Canyons football team found themselves in a must win situation. The outcome this week was not what they were looking for as the Bakersfield Renegade take away the Cougars hopes for a National Division, Northern Conference championship and a chance to make the playoffs in a 41-14 stomping on Saturday.