Softball weekend updates

Mason J. Rockfellow, Reporter
March 30, 2015

The Bakersfield College women’s softball team has managed to stay out of last place in the conference (3-7). BC played LA Valley College on March 19, and barely took home the win 7-6. Even with home-runs from Alex Avila and Vanessa Moralez. BC kept LAVC form scoring until the fifth inning but they... Read more »

The Renegade Rip’s Beneath the Shield

March 26, 2015

Tennis strives to win

Daniel Ojeda, Contributing Editor
March 19, 2015

The struggles have continued for the Bakersfield College tennis teams as the season has bounced along and despite some improved play both teams had losing streaks extended. Despite playing at home, the men’s tennis team (2-6) dropped both matches at BC, losing to Ventura College (6-3) by the score... Read more »

BC baseball team turning season around

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Mohamed Bafakih, Sports Editor
March 19, 2015

It was a slow start to conference for Bakersfield College baseball as they continued to struggle with hitting, but the tables have turned. Although the Renegades were outscored 23-9 during the first week of March against Citrus, L.A. Mission and Glendale putting them at 0-3 in the Western State Conference... Read more »

Injuries can’t stop swimmers

Mohamed Bafakih, Sports Editor
March 19, 2015

It is passing the midway point for the Bakersfield College swim teams and they have certainly been impressive. Although a few injuries have played a role to their potential as a unit, they continue to set sight on competing for high finishes against conference opponents. However, BC was able to face... Read more »

BC men’s golf team improves

Marcus Castro, Reporter
March 19, 2015

Bakersfield College men’s golf team has improved as they put up some of the best scores all season. BC men’s golf placed fifth at Ventura College with a team score of 399. That score is the best score that the team has had all season long. Santa Barbara City College took first place with a team score... Read more »

BC track and field ends the two-year curse

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Marcus Castro, Reporter
March 19, 2015

Bakersfield College women’s track and field team continues to do well as the men’s team broke their two-year curse. “It was the first meet the men have won in two years, so that was exciting for us,” said head coach Pam Kelley. BC’s men and women dominated the BC Relays on March 7 as both teams... Read more »

Softball struggles in conference

Mason J. Rockfellow, Reporter
March 19, 2015

The Bakersfield College women’s softball team has not started out the conference as well as they started out the preseason. BC has won one game out of the first four conference games. With the game against Allan Hancock College on March 3 being cancelled, BC moved right along and went to Glendale College... Read more »

Jamming into the Madness

Mohamed Bafakih, Sports Editor
March 19, 2015

It is that time of the year again. Brackets will be busted, girlfriends and wives will be forgotten, and best of all — having the March Madness Live app on your phone to watch games live in class while your professor rants about how bad your midterm scores were (it won’t be me, cough cough). Every... Read more »

End of road for Renegades

Mohamed Bafakih, Sports Editor
March 19, 2015

A quarter century of Bakersfield College women’s basketball history has been rewritten this past season. Despite being eliminated by Irvine Valley 71-53 in the third round of the regional playoffs on March 4, it was a season where records were shattered, accolades were handed out – but above all,... Read more »

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