Orange Coast College sophomore Giselle Quinonez returned to competitive swimming after taking a three-year break following her sophomore year of high school. Being brand new to the swim team at OCC and returning from a global pandemic, the 2022 season was uncertain. This, however, did not st…
Orange Coast College’s track and field competed at Moorpark College in the SoCal Championship meet on Friday and members of both the men’s and women’s teams are moving on to the state championship meet taking place at Mt. San Antonio College on May 20.
After having three pairs qualify for the CCCAA Beach Volleyball Pairs State Championship, all OCC teams were eliminated from title contention on Friday at Irvine Valley College.
After becoming the first team in program history to go undefeated in the regular season, the first team to win the Orange Empire Conference, and the first team to play in state, the Orange Coast College beach volleyball team finally woke up from its dream season.
College of the Canyons baseball played under the lights on April 30 in its regular season finale, winning 15-6 over LA Pierce College, a struggling 10-30 non-conference opponent. The victory allowed the Cougars to clinch a CCCAA Southern California Regionals appearance on the last day of the…
The Orange Coast College women’s swim team triumphed as CCCAA State Champions over the weekend, meanwhile the beach volleyball team anticipates its first state championship appearance in program history on Thursday.
Orange Coast College had teammates take on teammates in the 2022 CCCAA SoCal Regionals Pairs Championship, but was still able to have all eligible duos move on to state over the weekend.
Welcome back to The Plank, Coast Report’s monthly sports column. In the first edition of the column, I shared my list of OCC’s most historic achievements of March. This time, I’d like to move away from a list-oriented discussion and talk about OCC volleyball’s “golden generation.”
Having a chance to sneak into the playoffs in the Orange Empire Conference, the Orange Coast College baseball team is officially out of contention after losing its last two regular season matchups against Santa Ana College.
The Orange Coast College beach volleyball team was stopped in its tracks on the second day of the Orange Empire Conference Pairs Tournament on Friday.
Orange Coast College brought every pair on its roster to Irvine Valley College for the 2022 Orange Empire Conference Pairs Tournament on Wednesday.
Playing its last series of the season, Orange Coast College’s baseball team showed no signs of slowing down as it put up a dominating offensive performance against Santa Ana College in their first matchup of the three-game series.
After losing the first two games of the series to Riverside City College, Orange Coast College’s baseball team finished the series strong with a win on Saturday.
After eight years of battle inside the Orange Empire Conference, the Orange Coast College beach volleyball team stands alone at the top for the very first time.
The Orange Coast College men’s volleyball team took its home court magic into postseason play, and is one step closer to etching another historic year into Pirates athletics’ lore.
The Orange Coast College beach volleyball team made history on Friday, becoming the first group in program history to win an Orange Empire Conference Western Division title since the college’s inception of the sport in 2015.
Both the men’s volleyball team and women’s beach volleyball program are undefeated in Orange Empire Conference play so far. The indoor team, having finished the year with an undefeated conference record, will begin its playoff journey on Saturday.
Orange Coast College men and women’s crew faced off against the seasoned UC Irvine crew teams for the Collins Cup on Saturday. The Anteaters took first place after a series of races in which the men’s and women’s teams competed for victory.
The struggles for Orange Coast College’s baseball team continued as it lost the series to Cypress College. OCC has now lost seven out of its last eight games.
There was a heat advisory in place, but Orange Coast College beach volleyball still made it rain at Newland Courts in Huntington Beach on Friday.
Welcome to “The Plank,” Coast Report’s new monthly sports column hyper-focused on developments from all 25 Orange Coast College athletic programs.
Orange Coast College’s volleyball programs won across the board in three Orange Empire Conference matchups last week, while women’s tennis concluded the season with a trio of victories. All OCC athletic programs went 8-6 overall from March 21-25.
Orange Coast College’s men’s volleyball team continued to play with heart and passion on Friday against rival Golden West College, sending a warning to the rest of the teams in the Orange Empire Conference come playoff time as the regular season is coming to a close with three games left.
Orange Coast College beach volleyball tends to make quick work of its opponents, and there has been no difference since they entered the heart of Orange Empire Conference play.
Orange Coast College’s volleyball programs were near flawless, while track and field finished first overall in its home meet. Overall, OCC programs went 8-4 from March 14-19.
After being outscored 30-7 in the first two games of the series, Orange Coast College played its best baseball of the week against Saddleback College in the series finale on Saturday.
At 25 years old, Orange Coast College women’s basketball head coach Sammy Doucette inherited a program so undersized that she had to run drills with her own players.
Orange Coast College Baseball had a series to remember, while the women’s volleyball program upset a team that had not lost a match since 2019. Overall, OCC Programs boasted a 10-3 overall record from March 7-12.
Orange Coast College’s dance team took first place at United Spirit Association Nationals in the pom and jazz division as its season comes to a close.
The scoreboard highlighted 14 runs and 14 hits at the end of the game, in an afternoon solely dedicated to number 14, Orange Coast College baseball legend John Altobelli.
The volleyball programs showed up and won all four of their games last week, while other OCC programs were in a slump, going 4-8 as a whole.
A rebuild years in the making, Orange Coast College women’s basketball finally made it back to the playoffs for the first time since 2017. But the Pirates dream season met a harsh reality, as they were hit with superior pace and physicality by College of the Canyons.
The California Community Colleges Athletic Association released the 2022 women’s basketball regional playoff bracket on Monday morning, where Orange Coast College is seeded 10th in Southern California.
Orange Coast College’s basketball regular seasons were capped off with a playoff bid for the women’s team, while tennis continued to roll, with each program winning its last two matchups. Overall, OCC programs went 12-2 from Feb. 21-27.
Orange Coast College’s baseball team took the three-game series at home against Sacramento City College, winning the last two games in extra innings on Friday and Saturday.
Pitching was at a premium in Orange Coast College’s softball rivalry game against Golden West College. It was anyone’s game to win with the Pirates and Rustlers combining for just one run on five hits in seven innings of play.
A rollercoaster of events might be an understatement for describing Orange Coast College women’s basketball sophomore guard Alexis Legan’s basketball journey.
Orange Coast College men’s basketball extended their win streak to three in their home finale win over Golden West College Monday, after catching fire from the three-point line in the second half.