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Winless start for men’s soccer

Winless start for men’s soccer

Kameron Schmid and Ashlynn Johnson

September 30, 2014

With a record of 0-7-2, the American River College men’s soccer team and head coach Paul Hansen are running out of answers. There are plenty of questions to ask, though. One that Hansen would like to figure out in particular is what happens to his team in the second half of games. Despite their...

Women’s soccer begins its conference matches

American River College freshman defender Whitney Pickard attempts to slip the ball away from San Joaquin Delta College forward Tiffany Souza in a match on Sept. 23. ARC and SJDC tied 1-1, continuing the women’s undefeated-at-home streak. (Photo by Emily K. Rabasto)

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

September 26, 2014

A second half goal by forward Theresa Cooper helped the American River College women’s soccer team to a 1-1 tie against San Joaquin Delta College in the first match of conference play. The women have started off this season 3-1-2 and are doing much better than last season in which they had a record...

Women’s soccer wins 1-0 in home opener despite red card ejection

Women's soccer wins 1-0 in home opener despite red card ejection

Kameron Schmid and Kameron Schmid

September 4, 2014

With a 1-0 win over West Valley College and a player red carded and ejected, the new season for American River College’s women’s soccer team began in quite a fashion. The red card came first, with 58 minutes played in the game. ARC sophomore defender Taelor Silveira got tangled up with a player...

ARC sports coaches have athletic pasts of their own

Jorden Hales and Jorden Hales

March 14, 2014

The term “glory days” is often thrown around lightly by anyone with even the most humble athletic background. The fact of the matter is, most peak at the intramural level, if they’re lucky. Amongst Beaver coaches, however, “glory,” seems all too appropriate in describing their playing caree...

ARC soccer player kicks it family style

ARC soccer player kicks it family style

Shedric Allen and Shedric Allen

December 18, 2013

ARC men’s soccer player Jordan Moreno a rising star Player Jordan Moreno comes to the American River College men's soccer team with a superb athletic background. Both of his parents were great athletes in high school and at San Jose State University. His father, Jorge Moreno, was all-Bay Area selection at...

Men’s soccer booted from playoffs

Sam Urrea and Sam Urrea

December 17, 2013

The American River College men’s soccer team ended its season with a high-scoring 5-3 loss to Foothill Community College in the state championship’s second-round playoff on Nov. 26. The third-ranked team in the state, the team came into the game as the second seed in the playoffs with a record...

US hoping to advance with World Cup drawing

US hoping to advance with World Cup drawing

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

December 12, 2013

With all of the spots for the 2013 FIFA World Cup taken, there was a final draw held in Brazil to determine the groupings of the 32 teams. The highest ranked team that wasn’t able to qualify was the Ukraine. They are ranked 18th in the world on FIFA’s website. The lowest ranked team of the 32...

Countries ready for Brazil as qualifiers begin to wrap up

Adnan Ramic and Adnan Ramic

October 22, 2013

As of this writing there are 233 days left until the 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Brazil, the country that many would argue perfected the sport of Soccer. Having won the World Cup on four different continents, Brazil has never won it at home and 2014 will give them the opportunity to hoist the trophy...

American River College’s flipping phenom

Photo by Emily K. Rabasto

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

October 16, 2013

While watching the women’s soccer match fans notice as the ball rolls out of bounds and head coach Paul Arellanes gets up and yells “Jazzmin!”  It sounds as though he might be yelling for a substitution, until a woman goes running to the ball on the sideline and disappears behind the bleachers....

One game at a time

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

October 10, 2013

After giving up two first-half goals to sophomore Bear Cubs defender Christina Rebata, the American River College women’s soccer team lost to conference foe Santa Rosa Junior College 3-0 Wednesday. The team was playing without freshman Jazzmin Hancock who sat out due to a red card in the previous g...

Frustrations Boil Over

Photo by Emily K. Rabasto

Jessica Vang and Jessica Vang

October 6, 2013

Despite playing a physical game, the American River College women’s soccer team came up short against visiting Sierra Junior College in a 2-0 loss Friday. The Wolverines were led by two second-half goals from sophomore forwards Meghan Martell and Carissa Schlesinger. The game was physical on...

Sports Briefs 10-01-13

Ed Gebing and Ed Gebing

October 1, 2013

Men’s Cross Country -The team has been ranked No. 1 in the State for the past 101 weeks.  Sophomore Will Reyes ran a personal best of 19:48 at the Lou Vasquez Invitational Sept. 19.  Reyes has won all races in junior college competition. The next race is Oct. 5 at Beals Point in Folsom at 10 a...

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