The American River Current

ARC women’s soccer team defeats Yuba College 2-0 on water soaked field at ARC

Over-testing of one of the two wells on the American River College campus left the field for the ARC women soccer team's game against Yuba college on  Sept. 11 soaked with water. Testing is required as a part of  building the new well. (Photo by Matthew Wilke)

Johnnie Heard

September 11, 2015

Poor field conditions didn’t deter American River College’s women’s soccer team in its 2-0 win against Yuba College, resulting in the team’s second consecutive shut out. Several pockets of water were spread out throughout the field, making for a slippery play surface. The condition of the...

New athletic complex scheduled to break ground this summer

The contract to build the proposed athletic facilities shown in this rendering is currently being bid on by general contractors. Dean of Athletics Greg Warzecka hopes that construction will start in

Kevin Sheridan and Kevin Sheridan

June 22, 2015

Update Aug. 24, 2015, 4:23 p.m.: The athletics department has since stated that construction of the new complex will begin during the fall 2015 semester. The American River College athletics department will begin construction on a new complex in the “early summer,” according to Dean of Athletic...

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...

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...

ARC women’s soccer’s secret weapon

Sophomore Erika Jarillo stands in front of the goal on the soccer field. Jarillo plays defense as an outside back on American River College's women's soccer team. (Photo by Bryce Fraser)

Carlos Guerrero and Carlos Guerrero

September 14, 2011

Erika Jaramillo may be a pint-sized player, but she knows how to pack a punch out on the field. Being undersized could be discouraging to some people. To Erika Jaramillo, a sophomore on the American River College women’s soccer team, it’s an advantage to be underestimated. Born and raised in...

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