2017 Riverside City College Women's Swimming and Diving Headlines

  • Ten Tigers Accept Scholarship Offers From Four-year Universities; RCC Won 2016 CCCAA Women's Water Polo Championship
    May 17, 2017
    RIVERSIDE -- A total of ten student-athletes from the Riverside City College (CC) Tigers women's swimming and diving and water polo teams from this current academic year have accepted scholarship offers to pursue their intercollegiate academic and/or academic careers at the four-year university level, it was announced at a luncheon Tuesday (May 16) at RCC's Riverside Aquatics Center.
  • Tigers Finish Ninth at CCCAA Championships
    May 07, 2017
    MONTEREY PARK -- Gaining a sixth-place individual finish and a seventh-place relay finish on the third and final day of competition at the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Championships, the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers women's swimming and diving team finished in ninth place.
  • Tigers Remain in Tenth Place After Day 2 of CCCAA Championships; Myers Finishes Third in 100 Breaststroke
    May 06, 2017
    MONTEREY PARK -- Gaining a third-place and fifth-place individual finish and an eighth-place relay finish after the second day (of three) of competition at the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Championships, the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers women's swimming and diving team still finds itself in tenth place.
  • Tigers Tenth After Day 1 of CCCAA Championships
    May 05, 2017
    MONTEREY PARK -- Gaining a top eight individual finish and two top ten relay finishes after the first day (of three) of competition at the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Championships, the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers women's swimming and diving team finds itself in tenth place.
  • Tigers Win OEC Championship, Finfrock Named OEC Coach of the Year
    April 24, 2017
    HUNTINGTON BEACH -- Winning four individual events and three relays, the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers women's swimming and diving team won the Orange Empire Conference (OEC) Championships by 90 points than its closest competition this past weekend (April 20-22) at host Golden West College.
  • Tigers Settle for Second at Chaffey Invite; Myers Wins 100-yard Backstroke
    March 13, 2017
    PERRIS -- Finally gaining a first-place finish, but unable to hold its lead after day 1 (of 2) of the Chaffey Invitational, the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers women's swimming and diving team settled for second place among nine other teams after competition Saturday (Mar. 11) at Citrus Hill High School.
  • Tigers Depth Shows, Lead Chaffey Invitational After Day 1 Without Any First-place Finishers
    March 11, 2017
    PERRIS -- Holding a narrow seven-point lead after Day 1 (of 2) of the Chaffey Invitational despite not having any first-place finishers, the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers women's swimming and diving team leads nine other teams after competition Friday (Mar. 10) at Citrus Hill High School.
  • Martin & Myers Each Win Two Events as the Tigers Finish First in OEC Meet #1 at Riverside Last Friday
    March 08, 2017
    RIVERSIDE -- With two swimmers winning at least two individual events each, the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers women's swimming and diving team finished first in the Orange Empire Conference (OEC) Meet #1 last Friday (Mar. 3) at the Riverside Aquatics Center on the RCC campus.