Baseball: The men started the season off by winning their first two games. They are currently in a four game losing streak. The team has promise sophomores Jason Fletcher, Spencer Shank and Andrew Lojewski look to provide strong leadership for the team.
Basketball: The team won their 4th consecutive game on Friday Feb. 8th Cosumnes River College to improve to 11-10 for the season. The Beavers have dominated conference play in recent weeks with big contributions from sophomore captains Chad Haysbert, Mardell Thompson, and sophomore guard Christopher Carvin. Their final home game of the season is Tuesday Feb. 19 at 5:30 p.m. against division rival Sierra College.
Golf: The season kicked off Feb. 4 in Standford at the Big 8 conference #1. The team’s next match will be held Feb. 19 in Stockton for the second round of the Big 8 conference.
Swimming: After a decent 2012 the men are looking to put a strong showing this season led by coach Eric Black. The team’s second match of the season is Feb. 22 at the Hawk Invite in Livermore. Their first home match will be the AR Sprint Pentathlon March 29 at 11 a.m.
Basketball: The women haven’t achieved an ideal season going 7-16. Freshman Eunique Hopkins has been a bright spot for the struggling team she currently leads the state in steals averaging 5.4 per game. Sophomore LeAnn Perkins has been one of the standout leaders on the team.
Softball: Starting the season of strong going 2-1-1. Their only loss was against LA Valley in 7 innings. The team has their ace in Karolanne Tipton coming back who helped lower the teams ERA by over 2 runs last season. The team’s home opener is Feb. 14 against Lassen College at 1 p.m.
Swimming: Looking to build upon a somewhat successful 2012. The women will be competing at the Hawk Invite Feb. 22 in Livermore. The women’s first home race will be the AR Sprint Pentathlon March 29 at 11 a.m.
Tennis: After starting the season off with a loss to Reedley College 7-0 the team. The women’s next home game is Feb. 19 versus division rival Diablo Valley College at 1 p.m.
Track & Field: Hoping to build upon a No. 2 finish in the Big 8 tournament last year. Returning sophomore Kyra Vaughn looks to compete at a high level in the 400m. The women kick of their season Feb. 23 at the Stanislaus Open. The women’s first home meet is the Beavers Relays March 1 and 2.