The men's swim season finished up after a good effort at State Championships that had members of the team break school records.
After a third place finish at the South Coast Conference Championships at Chaffey College, the men's swimming team looks to leave a mark when it competes in the State Championships at East Los Angeles College.
Despite the flu and injuries, the diving team likes its chances for the SCC Diving Championships this weekend at El Camino College.
Sophomore diver Scott Robles came up big at the Pasadena Invitational Saturday, winning the one-meter diving competition.
Head coach Joe Abing is confident about the men’s swimming team’s mentality for the upcoming meet on Friday, March 15 against Mt. San Antonio College and Rio Hondo College.
Katherine and Raquel Gabayeron are sisters who are both two of the top swimmers on the women's swimming team and are leaders who inspire and motivate.
The Cerritos College men’s swimming team grabbed a fourth place finish and broke a record at the Golden West Invitational.
Freshman Eugene Runas along with the rest of men’s swimming team look to build on chemistry when it hosts its first swim meet of the season on Friday.
As the spring season is approaches men's and women's swimming and diving look to get most of the 2013 season as possible. As the spring sports season approaches, the men's and women's swimming and diving teams look to get the most out of the 2013 season.
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As the spring semester comes to an end, so does the sports season. With only track left to finish off its season, several of the Cerritos were able to reach state championships and conferences.
The Cerritos College coaches reflect and talk about who they felt was the most valuable player of each sport as the spring sports season comes to an end.
Pasadena City College and El Camino College collectively played host to the annual South Coast Conference for swimmers and divers where the Cerritos College Falcons returned to campus earning victories in their own respective categories.
Testing the waters physically and metaphorically, Cerritos College dive team member and biology major Luis Hasbun has had a very adventurous life, traveling throughout different parts of the world.
Cerritos College Falcon men's swimming team to compete against the Mt. San Antonio College Mounties and Long Beach City College Vikings on March 2 at the South Coast Conference opener in the Falcon Aquatic Center.