The American River Current

Men’s Tennis fall short in State Championship game

American River College men's tennis players Alex Meliuk (front) and Seppi Capaul (back) play a doubles match during the NorCal Semifinals against Chabot on April 12, 2016. ARC won the match 5-0 and moved on to the next round of playoffs. (Photo by Matthew Nobert)

Mack Ervin III

April 21, 2016

American River College’s men’s tennis team ended their season yesterday with a loss to Irvine Valley College in the state championship, by the score of 5-1. Seppi Capaul and Alex Meliuk got the team’s only win in a doubles match against Irvine Valley’s Sam Cohen and Javi Callejo, with a sco...

Men’s Tennis close out regular home season with win

American River College teammates Cody Duong (left) and TJ Aukland (right) talk in between points during a game against Santa Rosa Junior College on March 15, 2016 at ARC. Duong and Aukland won the game 8-1. (Photo by Mack Ervin III)

Mack Ervin III

March 16, 2016

American River College’s men’s tennis team finished the regular home season undefeated with a 9-0 win over Santa Rosa Junior College on Tuesday. While the team is virtually assured of getting another home game at some stage in the playoffs, for now they will only be able to practice at ARC. ...

Married ARC water polo coaches keep it in the family

Water polo coaches Eric Black (left) and Bethani Black (right) eating cake for Eric's birthday on the American River College pool deck. (Photo by Noor Abasi)

Noor Abasi and Matthew Nobert

December 3, 2015

By Matthew Nobert and Noor Abasi Water polo coaches Eric and Bethani Black share not only a a pool deck, work office and practice equipment, but also a household. The couple have been married for 15 years, with Bethani coaching the women’s team while Eric coaches the men's team at American River C...

U.S. Army veteran and poet visits ARC

Poet and author Brian Turner reads his poetry to ARC students during his poetry reading in the Student Center Community Rooms on Nov. 12th. Turner is an award winning poet and is also a U.S. Army veteran. (Photo by Matthew Nobert)

Matthew Nobert

November 16, 2015

U.S. Army veteran and award-winning poet Brian Turner read from his book “My Life as a Foreign Country” on Thursday in the Student Center at American River College. In 2003, the Fresno State and University of Oregon alum was a sergeant for the Third Stryker Brigade Combat Team of the Second Infa...

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