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Sophomore guard No. 4 Riley Hamilton went up for the dunk in traffic. The Falcons won the game 84-72.

Men’s basketball acquires eighth win in a row defeating Compton College

February 12, 2018

The Cerritos College men’s basketball team won its home conference match against Compton College 84-72.In a nail biting fi...

No. 15 Freshman Isaiah Tyler was the hero of the game as he stepped up and made two clutch free-throws to win the game. Falcons won 83-87.

Falcons men’s basketball goes down to the wire in 87-83 win vs Long Beach City College

February 7, 2018

Cerritos College men’s basketball squad went pound for pound with Long Beach City College, the Falcons prevailed 87-83, wi...

No. 20 Jason Carter makes a crisp no-look pass to his teammate for a score

Men’s basketball fights through adversity, securing their fifth straight win

January 31, 2018

Falcons men's basketball team wins their fifth consecutive game by defeating L.A. Harbor College, with a final score of 77-64.After beating t...

Clauss reflects on fall season, his upbringing

Denny Cristales, Editor-in-Chief

November 25, 2014

The following is a Q&A with Athletic Director Dan Clauss: How has the fall season shaped up thus far? It's been very good. Our men's and women's cross country team did a lot better than we expected at state. Our women finished fifth, and our men finished ninth. Men didn't do well for SoCal, but they really stepped it up for state. M...

Women’s Soccer | Sounds Of The Game | GoPro

November 24, 2014

The women's soccer team shows off its practice in this iteration of "Sounds of the Game." "Sounds of the Game" captures the...

Macias to be honored with hall of fame by Whittier College

Eduardo Alvarado, Staff Writer

October 15, 2014

The Whittier College Athletic's Hall of Fame will be welcoming Cerritos College’s Women’s Water Polo and swimming coach Sergio Macias into its hall of fame this Friday. “It’s always great to be acknowledged by your alma mater. So it’s going to be nice to see a lot of familiar faces that I haven’t seen in a lot of years,” Macias said. Macias,...

Athletic dean Daniel E. Smith voted against law P-9 F-13's revision. According to Smith, the new law has a potential to create recruitment disadvantages to certain schools. Photo credit: Sebastian Echeverry

Electronic first contact allowed outside of recruiting barriers

April 15, 2014

A revision of bylaw P-9 F-13, brought out by the California Community College Athletic Association which will come into effect...

Should NCCA athletes get a piece of the cheddar?

Larissa Morales, Staff Writer

February 12, 2014

Living the american dream is on every college student's mind that first day of school. Making money is a huge reason why students choose to go to college and know that it won't be an easy ride to get the degree. Whether you're a student or a student athlete, you still have to work hard in order to succeed. Nothing should be just handed to you. The...

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