The 6-foot-2, 200-pounder Zach Stern has been an outside linebacker for the SMC football team for last two seasons. Stern being a two sports athlete with football and track (sprints 200, 400), now will have opportunity to concentrate on just football. Stern made his official visit to Montana State last weekend and committed on the […]
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Santa Monica College just got an offensive boost for 2015-16 season with former Narbonne QB Troy Williams recent enrollment. Williams was two time City Section player of the year in high school. SMC fast pace offensive will be nothing new for this signal caller who will be reunited with his old offensive coordinator Tim Kaub. […]
Quarterback Justin Alo passed for 283 yards and ran in for a pair of touchdowns while a stingy Mt. San Antonio College defense intercepted three passes and totaled five sacks to lead the Mounties to a 27-17 win over the City College of San Francisco Rams in the 2014 California Community College Athletic Association Football […]
Posting a flyer for open tryouts to a team is usually used by high schools and four-year universities to find hidden talent on campus. However for Santa Monica College men’s basketball head coach Jerome Jenkins, that benign act earned him a one-game suspension for illegal recruiting. Under California Community College Athletic Association bylaws, open […]
On any given Saturday any team can be beat. That was the message Santa Monica College head coach Gifford Lindheim told his team after a surprising 33-27 loss to LA Harbor on Saturday in a rare midseason non-conference game. SMC had a chance to cut the lead to three with 5:26 left in the […]
Needing to earn their first victory of the year for a second time, Santa Monica College’s football team made it look easy as they scored the most points in two years in a 66-7 victory over Antelope Valley. The only time Antelope Valley go into the end zone was in the first quarter when […]
Santa Monica College 6-foot-8 guard Derrien King has committed to Washington State his announced today. The freshman was a second-team All-CIF and averaged 23.6 points per game during his junior year at New Roads in Santa Monica after moving in the area from Wichita, Kansas.