Category Archives: Panther Athletics News

Former Franklin Wildcat Robby Nickerson celebrates a win in the semi-finals of the CCCAA State Wrestling Championships last weekend. Nickerson finished second at 197 pounds.

Sacramento City College wrestling made a move at the CCCAA State Wrestling Championships to finish in third place for the second year in a row. SCC, winners of 7 straight BIG 8 Conference titles has won two  State Championships (2013 and 2015) and finished third twice in the past five years. They finished sixth in 2014.

SCC qualified 10 of 12 wrestlers to the championships with two others going as alternates. In all, the Panthers had three All Americans and seven medalists.

Three Panthers advanced to the finals in their weights. Read more from the Elk Grove Citizen.

SCC football player is trying to tackle a player from College of the Sequoias mid-game

Root for your team at the SCC vs. ARC football game Saturday, Oct. 21!

The game starts at 4 p.m. at Hughes Stadium at the SCC campus. ). The Panthers are undefeated, 6 – 0 (1 – 0 in Conference), and the Beavers are 5 – 1 (1 – 0 in Conference).

Go, Panthers!

Visit the SCC Athletics website for more information about past and upcoming games.

SCC Entered their 2nd tournament of the year, the always tough West Hills Tournament in Lemoore.

This young group of Panthers is trying to claw their way up, as teams with more experience are getting many points.  SCC had 5 wrestlers garner top 5 medals on their way to a 4th place team finish.  Fresno City won the tournament, with Cerritos finishing a very close 2nd, Mt. San Antonio 3rd and Sacramento City in 4th.

SCC had two wrestlers get to the finals.  They were Abel Garcia (FR – 174 / Oakdale HS) and Morgan Sauseda (SOPH-125 / Chico HS).  Both took 2ndlast week, but Garcia was able to turn the tables and get the Championship while Sauseda once again settled for 2nd place.

Read more…

Student swimming laps

We have opportunities here at Sacramento City College for you to continue your athletic career! We offer Women’s Water Polo in the Fall and Men’s and Women’s Swimming in the Spring.

Our aquatics classes have also been recently improved! We now offer Swimming 2, 3, 4, & 5 as open entry/open exit lab classes. This will allow you to take your favorite swim class at the time that works best for you!

More information on Water Polo and Swimming

More details and information on Swim Classes

SCC baseball player batting at away game

The Panthers scored 14 runs on 14 hits as they beat the CRC Hawks and won the season series City baseball continues to round out a strong season April 9. SCC’s Antonio Torres collected a double and teammate, Shaq Robinson, hit a home run earlier this month. Sac City baseball continues their successful season as the semester proceeds. Come show your support for Panther athletics at Hughes stadium!

For current stories, stats, and upcoming athletic events check out the official SCC Panthers website.

Sac City track runner competing against Butte College and Chico State

The Panthers maintain an eventful season of track and field as they competed against some of the north coast’s finest at the American River Invitational March 24 – 25. SCC has several top ten finishers at the ARC Invite and Multi.

Cedric (CJ) Melancon won his heat in the 100m Dash with a time of 11:17. Strong showing from Alyssa Ayala taking first place in her heat and seventh overall in the women’s 1500m Run.

Athletes continue to advance Sac City’s standing during this lively 2017 season, which officially opened up at Hughes Stadium back in February. To learn more, visit our sports page at http://sccpanthers.losrios.edu/ and come out to Hughes Stadium to support SCC athletes.

Go Panthers!

Womens Relay at the Jamie Nieto Invite
City College’s freshman Haley Grieger and Chidinma Nwokocha run the second and third leg of the 4 x 100 relay at the Jamie Nieto Invite at Hughes Stadium, Feb. 17, 2017.