After a thrilling 2-0 victory against Southwestern College, we caught up with head coach Todd Curran after the game.
With this victory, the women advance to play against Santa Barbara City College on Saturday.
The 2018 San Diego Mesa women’s soccer team didn’t finish the regular season the way they had hoped.
The Olympians finished with a 10-4-5 overall record and failed to receive an automatic berth into the Southern California Regional Playoffs.
The ballots have been cast and selections made as four athletes from the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference have been named Athlete-of-the-Month for October. Isaiah Labra, Brock Kammerer, Alissa Johnson and Kareemah
The San Diego Mesa men’s water polo lost to a tough Palomar College team at the Pacific Coast Conference championship held at Southwestern College this past weekend. Although the team kept close throughout the match, including tying the
The San Diego Mesa men's cross country team captured the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference title in San Bernardino on October 20, and with it comes post-season accolades. The Olympians led the conference with six harriers selected as All-PCAC.
The San Diego men’s water polo team is looking to snap a two-game losing streak at the Mt. SAC Mini this weekend in Walnut, California.
The Olympians recently lost two hard fought games against Grossmont College 22-14 and Palomar College 18-16.
Mesa offensive lineman Jalen Booth best summarized the game against El Camino with his postgame sideline reaction: “This sucked!” His teammate, fellow offensive lineman Nathaniel Hines, replied, “Dude, watch it.” But Booth was still adamant: “This sucks!”
With half the season in the books, the race for the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference women's water polo title is very tight. The next three weeks will determine what program can call themselves champions of the PCAC.