March 18, 2013
Last season, the City College softball team went 5-15 in the Big 8 Conference, 11-26-1 overall. Anytime a team has more than double the losses than recorded victories, it’s heartbreaking for the fan base. A silver lining to this disappointing tale is that the teams deficient attempt at relevancy in the Big 8 last season makes it that much more enjoyable to see them take the conference by storm this year. There are three substantial reasons why this year’s team is set to bring a championship back to City College in 2013.
• Keeping Pace: The softball team has gone from not ranked at all in the preseason to being ranked seventh in the latest California Community College Athletic Association’s state poll and third ranked in the Nor-Cal region. The team is currently showing that its members can keep pace by not only scoring more than 100 runs so far this season, but by having a better record than rival Sierra College (10-6-1) and the reigning state champions from Cypress College (12-3).
• Molly Ryan: This team has a multifaceted 20-year-old sophomore who plays both infield and out field while leading her team in almost every quantitative category of offense….» Read More