WATER POLO With every new season comes new obstacles for City College sports teams to overcome, including a strong conference schedule, according to Head Coach Steve Hanson.
Hanson is the women’s water polo coach, and believes this season might bring a better opportunity for the team’s success. This is because they play some of the their top Big 8 conference rivals on home turf at Hoos Pool.
“DVC (Diablo Valley) and American River College are always, always top of our conference,” Hanson said. “It’s nice to have them in our pool. We’ll be playing in a smaller (pool). That might benefit us and might mitigate some of their speed, With the (San Joaquin) Delta match-up, I like to circle that game every year because it’s one of those teams we should be beating, that’s our next level up.”
Women’s Soccer Home field advantage is something that the women’s soccer Head Coach Jang-Ha Oh, says that the new and improved Hughes Stadium has given his players a true home-field advantage coming into this season. The new artificial turf has given the soccer team an opportunity to practice and play as much as possible.
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