Category Archives: Athletics

Open Classes PE

Many PE classes have open slots available

Most student Ed Plans have the need to take a course in physical education. In fact, it’s a requirement for graduation.

Sacramento City College has many physical fitness classes available – from swimming to yoga and weight training to sport-specific training. And they are all taught by leading professionals in their fields.

Here is a list of classes with available slots, as of Noon on Wednesday, August 12.

As you can see, there are plenty of options. Please consider adding one class to your schedule.

FITNS 306 LAB
SCC MAIN  SOG  120
J. HerlihyMW
07:30am – 08:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
20343
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 307 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  105
D. BomberryMW
07:30am – 08:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18067
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 307 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  105
J. AllenderMW
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18939
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 307 LAB
SCC MAIN  SOG  213
R. DewarTTh
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18063
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 307 LAB
SCC MAIN  SOG  214
R. DewarTTh
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18063
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 307 LAB
SCC MAIN  SOG  120
J. Ferrara-JonesMW
04:00pm – 05:20pm
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18065
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 307 LAB
SCC MAIN  SOG  120
D. HoskinsTTh
07:00pm – 08:20pm
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18066
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 312 LAB
SCC MAIN  HSP  1
A. JonesMW
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17885
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 326 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  105
L. NashMW
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18943
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 331 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  203
D. PachecoTTh
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17596
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 331 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  203
L. NashTTh
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17167
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 331 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  212
D. GriffinTTh
07:00pm – 08:20pm
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17597
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 331 LAB
Davis Cntr  Davis  123
D. BomberryTTh
09:30am – 10:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
19464
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 356 LAB
SCC MAIN  SOG  213
R. DewarTTh
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17168
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 356 LAB
SCC MAIN  SOG  214
R. DewarTTh
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17168
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
M. AresonTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. BomberryTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
TBATBA
TBA
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
P. CarmazziTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. Ferrara-JonesTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. HerlihyTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
A. KehlTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
T. KiernanTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. OhTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. PachecoTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
P. PryorTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. SullivanTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
W. UlrichTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 371 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
S. HansonTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17540
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
M. AresonTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. BomberryTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
P. CarmazziTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. Ferrara-JonesTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. HerlihyTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
A. KehlTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
T. KiernanTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. OhTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. PachecoTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
P. PryorTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. SullivanTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
W. UlrichTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 372 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
S. HansonTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18278
0.50-1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
M. AresonTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. BomberryTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
P. CarmazziTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. Ferrara-JonesTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. HerlihyTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
A. KehlTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
T. KiernanTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
J. OhTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. PachecoTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
P. PryorTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. SullivanTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
W. UlrichTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 373 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
S. HansonTBA
 
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18946
0.50-1.00 Units
Open Consent
FITNS 380 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
L. NashMW
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17095
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 380 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
L. BauduinTTh
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
16727
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 380 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
R. DewarMW
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17240
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 380 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. WalkerTTh
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
16845
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 381 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. BomberryMW
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17687
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 381 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  123
D. PachecoMW
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
17689
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 383 LAB
SCC MAIN  HUS  22
D. BomberryMW
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18949
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 401 LAB
SCC MAIN  HUS
J. AllenderMW
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
20342
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 402 LAB
SCC MAIN  HUS
M. AvendanoTTh
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
19002
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 412 LAB
SCC MAIN  NOG  212
J. OhMW
07:30am – 08:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
20344
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 440 LAB
SCC MAIN  HSP  1
C. CarsonMW
07:30am – 08:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
19005
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 440 LAB
SCC MAIN  HSP  1
S. HansonMW
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18070
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 440 LAB
SCC MAIN  HSP  2
A. JonesTTh
09:00am – 10:20am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18577
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 441 LAB
SCC MAIN  HSP  1
S. HansonMW
12:00pm – 01:20pm
Aug 22 – Dec 17
19006
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 441 LAB
SCC MAIN  HSP  1
C. CarsonMW
07:30pm – 08:50pm
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18201
1.00 Units
Open
FITNS 442 LAB
SCC MAIN  HSP  1
A. JonesTTh
10:30am – 11:50am
Aug 22 – Dec 17
18202
1.00 Units
Open
Jerrod Bravo

Former Panther has Monster Year

Former Sacramento City College student-athlete Jerrod Bravo was selected to the first team All-Big West baseball team last week after a strong season for Cal State Fullerton.

Bravo hit .333 for the Titans this season, which was good enough for second on the team. He played in 40 games in 2015 and posted a .456 on-base percentage and 120 at bats. He pounded out 40 hits during his junior season, finishing with nine doubles, 22 runs scored, and is currently riding a 38-game streak of reaching base safely.

In congratulating Jerrod, SCC Coach Derek Sullivan noted it was “a huge accomplishment for him and a great thing for our baseball program.”

Fullerton won its 20th Big West championship and earned its 24th trip to the NCAA Division I baseball tournament after completing a 34-22 campaign, including a 19-5 record in conference play.

Lovina discus lo res

Panther Wins TWO State Titles

Congratulations to Lovina Akauola, who won two events at the California Community College Athletic Association’s State Track and Field meet on Saturday at College of San Mateo. Lovina won the women’s shot put and discus competitions, besting the other state finalists in the process.

Lovina threw the shot 14.36 meters, or 47 feet, 11 1/4 inches to beat Sisilla Puaka of Cerritos College by exactly one meter. She then heaved the discus 42.28 meters (138 feet 1 inch) on her first throw and waited as others came close but never overtook her. She beat Imani Bierly of Yuba College by 0.13 meters (4 inches) to claim her second gold medal.

In addition, SCC’s Henry Sharoyan placed third in the men’s shot put, Amanda Rodriguez took fourth in the women’s 1,500 meters, and the men’s 4 x 400 relay placed eighth.

Congratulations to all Panthers on a job well done!

Lovina shot put

4 Panthers and a Relay Make State

Congratulations to a group of Sac City Panthers who have qualified for the California Community College Athletic Association State Track and Field Meet, to be held this Friday and Saturday at College of San Mateo.

Lovina Akaoula was the lone SCC winner at the Nor Cal regional meet at American River College. Lovina won the women’s shot put competition, and placed second in the discus. She will compete in both events at the state meet.

Others to advance include Henry Sharoyan in the men’s shot put, Amanda Rodriguez in the women’s 1,500 meters, and Detrice Adams in the women’s triple jump.

Also advancing to the state meet is the men’s 4 x 400 relay team.

Good luck Panthers!

Long jump

Panthers Hope to Qualify for State Meet

Several Sac City track and field athletes will compete in the NorCal regional finals on Friday at American River College with a berth at the state meet next week at Cuesta College on the line.

On the men’s side, after preliminaries, Henry Sharoyan is the lead qualifier in the shot put with a throw of 50-feet, 10 ¼ inches. The men’s 4 x 100 relay team of Darius Blackwell, David Mewborn, Daniel Mewborn and Armadno Martinez is seeded fourth with a prelim time of 42.14 seconds.

On the women’s side, Lavinaa Akauola qualified in second place in the shot put at 42-10 ¾. Lavina is also second in the women’s discus at 136-5. Monae Newton is seeded fourth in the discus. Detrice Adams is seeded fifth in the triple jump at 34-5 ¾. Amanda Rodriguez qualified second in the 1500 meters (5 minutes, 1.37 seconds) and fourth in the 800 meters (2:19.18).

Both 4 x 400 relay teams are seeded fourth. The women’s group of Jasmine Banguis, Amanda Rodriguez, Mariah Burke, and Alexis Miller qualified in 4:02.51. The men (Juave Johnson, Armando Martinez, Daniel and David Mewborn) qualified in 3:19.61.

Good luck Panthers!

Hot Potato

Softball Team Earns #5 Seed; Hosts Playoff Series This Weekend

Over the weekend, the SCC Panthers softball team was named the #5 seed for the California Community College Athletic Association Northern California Regional playoffs!

Because of that seeding, SCC will host the first round of the playoffs (a best 2-of-3 series), vs. Shasta, as follows:
• Saturday, May 2: First pitch at 2 pm
• Sunday, May 3: First pitch of first game at Noon; If a second game is needed (e.g. If each team has won one game at that point), it would begin approximately 1/2 hour after the end of the first game, but not earlier than 2 pm.

Congratulations to Coach Kiernan and the team!

base-17

Panthers beat No. 1 Team in the Country

The Sac City baseball team erased an early three-run deficit to beat San Joaquin Delta College 7-5 on Saturday in Stockton to u[pend the Mustangs’ bid for a perfect season. Delta is currently ranked No. 1 in the state and nation by the college baseball group perfectgame.org.

Eddie Sievers went 3-for-4 with a double and Jacob Thomas scored two runs for the Panthers, who improved to 14-16 on the season.

Delta is now 28-1.

Sports HOF

Sports Hall of Fame to Induct 8

Sac City’s Athletic Hall of Fame will add eight new members to its roster on Friday, April 17 at the Dante Club, 2330 Fair Oaks Blvd. The event starts with a social hour at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 and the Induction Program at 8.

The Inductees are:

Jackie Corriea – Women’s Track 1998-1999

Ed Delzer – Baseball 1981

Percy Green – Football 1963-1964

Tina Green – Women’s Basketball 1989-1990; 1991-1992

Rich Hanna – Cross Country 1983-1984

Joe Kemp – Men’s Basketball 1967-1969

Lyndsey Klein – Softball 1997-1998

Jaquillia Lewis – Women’s Track 1997-1999

John Ming – Wrestling 1969-1970

The hall of fame ceremony costs $40 per person, with a choice of prime rib, chicken or vegetable entrée. Please RSVP by April 9th to Laura Love at 558-2420, or LoveL@scc.losrios.edu

Turning two

Panthers Claw From Behind To Beat CRC

Using the long ball, Sac City’s softball team erased an early four-run deficit to beat previously unbeaten Cosumnes River 9-8 in extra innings Saturday. Aaliyah Oliver was one of four Panthers with a home run, hers a towering three-run shot that tied the game at 7-7. Emily Murphy’s homer in the seventh inning tied the game again at 8-8 before Megan Anthony’s sacrifice fly won it in the bottom of the eighth.

For more information on the game, visit the Sac City Express account of the game.