Top athletes of fall 2019

Luis Lemus

Semester for Cerritos College Atheletics.

It has been a very successful semester as far as Cerritos College Athletics its concerned.

To start, football had a memorable season.

Although they had the same record as last season (7-4) overall, they were able to attain the bowl win. Only this time it is for the Joe Kapp Beach Bowl over Ventura. This is the second consecutive successful season under coach Grosfeld.

Womens water polo was successful even in defeat. Having the first 20 win season since 2012, making it to the second game in the SCC regional playoffs.

Mens water polo was successful in their 2019 season also. Their season was done with a sudden-death loss in a 10-9 result in the first game in the SCC regional playoffs. This ended their season with a 19-14 record overall.

Womens soccer was a successful season as they went on to hold a 15-5-2 record overall. They were eliminated from the SCC playoffs after a 2-1 loss to San Diego Mesa in the second round of the playoffs.

Womens volleyball had a down season with a record of 2-22 overall. They finished with a win in their 7th place match over East Los Angeles College victorious with a score of 3-1.

Mens soccer went to the semifinals match unsuccessful against Fresno City College with a final score of 1-0.

Men’s and Women’s wrestling This season has been a growing experience. We started with only 4 returners and a lot of young guys.

As season progressed they matured as college wrestlers and a family type bond was created within the team.

They hard work they all put in and support they gave to one another has allowed us to remain one of the top teams in the state and have the success that we have had this season.

Men’s Cross Country – individual results are posted on each event

Placed 15th at the CCCAA State Championships

Placed 11th at the Southern California Championships

Placed 4th at the South Coast Conference Championships

Women’s Cross Country – individual results are posted on each event

Did not compete as a team at the CCCAA State Championships (had one representative)

Placed 19th at the Southern California Championships

Placed 5th at the South Coast Conference Championships