Scoreboard

No Event
Oct 09 2018
Final
2 LA Harbor
0 at Compton
Tartar Fútbol for a Cure
Oct 10 2018
Final
4 Long Beach
0 at West LA
Oct 10 2018
Final
2 Chaffey
12 at Mt. San Antonio
Oct 10 2018
Final
9 East Los Angeles
17 at El Camino
Oct 10 2018
Final
4 Rio Hondo
17 at Long Beach
Oct 10 2018
Final
7 Rio Hondo
21 at Long Beach
Oct 10 2018
Final - OT
10 Chaffey
11 at Mt. San Antonio
Oct 10 2018
Final
3 Pasadena City
0 at Rio Hondo
SCC North, 25-22, 25-19, 25-13
Oct 10 2018
Final
2 Chaffey
3 at East Los Angeles
SCC North, 25-22, 25-21, 17-25, 14-25, 18-16
Oct 10 2018
Final
3 Long Beach
0 at Cerritos
25-17, 27-25, 25-15
Oct 10 2018
Final
0 Mt. San Antonio
3 at Canyons
26-24, 25-20, 25-22
Oct 10 2018
Final
3 El Camino
0 at LA Harbor
SCC South, 25-12, 25-7, 25-23
Oct 12 2018
Cancelled
Pasadena City
at Citrus Tournament
PCC elected to not participate
Oct 12 2018
Final
8 Chaffey
12 vs. LA Valley
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
1 El Camino
14 at Citrus
Citrus Tourney
Oct 12 2018
Final
15 Cerritos
0 vs. East Los Angeles
@ Citrus College Citrus Tournament (Game will also serve as a conference match)
Oct 12 2018
Final
7 El Camino
8 at Santa Monica
SMC Mini Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
13 Grossmont
18 vs. Long Beach
@ RCC Riverside Mini Invitational
Oct 12 2018
Final
9 Cerritos
8 vs. LA Valley
@ Citrus College Citrus Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
11 El Camino
14 vs. Fullerton
@ Santa Monica, CA Santa Monica Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
6 El Camino
19 vs. Chaffey
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
6 Chaffey
1 at Compton
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 Pasadena City
3 at Long Beach
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 El Camino
3 at East Los Angeles
Oct 12 2018
Final
3 Long Beach
6 at Riverside
RIverside Mini Tournament
Oct 12 2018
Final
8 Long Beach
7 at Riverside
Oct 12 2018
Final
4 Cerritos
0 at Mt. San Antonio
Oct 12 2018
Final
7 Cerritos
16 at Cal Lutheran University
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 Pasadena City
2 at Long Beach
Oct 12 2018
Final
3 Chaffey
1 at Compton
Oct 12 2018
Final
1 Rio Hondo
1 at LA Harbor
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 Cerritos
3 at LA Harbor
25-20, 25-18, 25-15
Oct 12 2018
Final
0 LA Trade-Tech
3 at El Camino
SCC South, 25-7, 25-5, 25-9
Oct 12 2018
Final
1 East Los Angeles
3 at Mt. San Antonio
SCC North, 27-25, 25-21, 24-26, 25-12
Oct 12 2018
Final
2 Chaffey
3 at Pasadena City
SCC North, 34-36, 20-25, 25-23, 25-19, 15-9
Oct 12 2018
Final
4 Rio Hondo
1 at LA Harbor
Game ended in 65th minute (thunder)
Oct 12 2018
Final
1 Cerritos
0 at Mt. San Antonio
Oct 12 2018
Final
3 El Camino
2 at East Los Angeles
Oct 13 2018
Final
5 El Camino
19 at LA Valley
CITRUS TOURNEY
Oct 13 2018
Final
13 Cerritos
15 vs. American River
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 13 2018
Final
7 Santa Monica
18 vs. Chaffey
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 13 2018
Final
21 Saddleback
5 vs. Rio Hondo
@ Morro Bay HS Cuesta Invitational
Oct 13 2018
Final - OT
13 Cerritos
11 at Citrus
Citrus Tournament
Oct 13 2018
Final
9 Orange Coast
4 vs. Mt. San Antonio
@ Morro Bay HS, Morro Bay, CA Cuesta Tournament (Oct. 13-14)
Oct 13 2018
Final
1 Orange Coast
3 at El Camino
Oct 13 2018
Final
9 Chaffey
14 vs. Citrus
@ Citrus Citrus Tournament
Oct 13 2018
Final
8 Mt. San Antonio
0 vs. Cuesta
@ Cuesta
Oct 14 2018
Final
7 Mt. San Antonio
0 vs. Saddleback
@ CUESTA Cuesta Tournament (Oct. 13-14)
Oct 14 2018
Final
0 Ventura
0 vs. Mt. San Antonio
@ CUESTA Cuesta Tournament @ Morro Bay HS
Oct 17 2018
Postponed
East Los Angeles
at Pasadena City
TBA Rescheduled
No Event
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Mt. SAC Has Its Cake In South Coast Conference Postseason Awards

Mt. SAC Has Its Cake In South Coast Conference Postseason Awards

Rich Kollen, dayofgame@me.com South Coast Conference Commissioner
Colin Preston, SCC President 
Release by Robert Lewis, SCC Sports Information Director

Mt. San Antonio College continues to show its strength as the California Community Colleges premier athletics program. The South Coast Conference recognized the Mounties with their triumph of their ninth consecutive SCC Supremacy Award as well as both 2017-2018 Coaches of the Year in selections made at the conference's athletic directors season-end meeting held Monday, May 21 at Rio Hondo College.

Mt. SAC won eight conference titles in the '17-18 season including men's/women's cross country, men's soccer, men's/women's swimming, men's track and field, baseball, and softball. With baseball still in the mix as a final four participant in this week's State Tournament, the Walnut-located college has already recorded five state titles in both men's/women's cross country, both men's/women's track and field, and softball. 

Ron Kamaka was named the 2017-18 SCC Men's Coach of the Year for an incredible third time in the last four years after directing the college's state crowns in both men's cross country, including the meet's individual champion Manuel Fernandez, and track and field with that team recording the highest points total in state history with 160. Mt. SAC won its third state title in men's track and field in the past four years. It was the first state title in 28 years by Mt. SAC in cross country as the Mounties became the first SCC college to win the annual Fresno-hosted championship since East Los Angeles in 2002.

For the second straight season, Ruby Rojas was chosen as the '17-18 SCC Women's Coach of the Year after directing the Mt. SAC softball team to a CCCAA state title on May 19, completing a 41-7 season. The Mounties went a perfect 8-0 in the postseason as Rojas coached State Tourney Most Valuable Player in catcher Michelle Santiago and Most Valuable Pitcher in Briana Wheeler. It was Mt. SAC's first softball state title in nine years. 

Conference softball Coach of the Year the past three seasons, Rojas was an Olympic player for Venezuela only 10 years ago. In the past two years, her teams have an impressive 83-12 combined winning record and two state championship game appearances. She is the first coach to win the all sports women's award in back-to-back seasons. 

Rojas won a close vote in the women's award over other nominees in Cerritos state team, individual singles, doubles state champion, first-year coach Quinn Caldaron, Rio Hondo undefeated SCC champion soccer coach Jennifer Tanaka, and Pasadena City's 2-time state champion winning badminton coach Jen Ho. Also for consideration was LA Trade Tech basketball coach Sherwyn Morgan, who led a 24-7 season, a state tournament quarterfinals appearance, and a SCC North Division title in ending Mt. SAC's amazing 16-year, conference title streak in the sport.

Cerritos basketball coach Russ May was also nominated for the men's award after leading the Falcons to the state semifinals. 

In the last 15 years, Mt. SAC coaches have won the all sports coach honor 16 times (nine women, seven men--note there were a few years that co-winners were named). A Mounties coach has won a top coaches honor in each of the last four seasons.

In the supremacy standings, Mt. SAC improved by two points its victory in 2016-17 with 210 overall points with Cerritos again taking second place behind 172 points and six conference crowns. El Camino, winners of three SCC titles, made an improvement of 20 points to take third place (156.5) while Long Beach City scored fourth place with four titles (146.5). Despite finishing in the same ninth place in supremacy, LA Harbor had the largest point improvement of all colleges with a 21-point increase from last season, sparked by its co-SCC women's cross country title.

FINAL 2017-18 SCC SUPREMACY STANDINGS
1. Mt. San Antonio 210; 2. Cerritos 172; 3. El Camino 156.5; 4. Long Beach 146.5; 5. Pasadena 105;
6. Chaffey 88; 7. East Los Angeles 79; 8. Rio Hondo 67; 9. LA Harbor 63; 10. LA Trade Tech 27;
11. Compton 26; 12. LA Southwest 7