The mens basketball team wrapped up their season on Friday with a double digit loss to Irvine Valley, ending up with a 4-23 overall record in the 2014-2015 season.
Despite ending the season with two straight losses, the Lady Hornets (16-11) basketball team will look to upset Ventura (25-5) on Friday in the quarterfinals of the SoCal Regional postseason tournament.
The Hornet baseball team wrapped up a four-game stretch in five days and managed to go 3-1 during that span, increasing their overall record to 9-3. The team also beat Mt. San Antonio College on the road Monday to complete their series sweep of the Mounties.
The softball squad played just two games last week, losing to Santiago Canyon on Wednesday and beating Riverside on Friday.
The mens tennis team improved their overall record to 4-2 after claiming victory against El Camino 5-4 last Tuesday. Their next opponent is set to be Orange Coast on Thursday at 2 p.m.
The womens tennis team played on the road in their sole match of the week, beating Antelope Balley by a score of 7-2. Their next match will be against Orange Coast at home on Thursday.
Track and Field:
Both the men’s and women’s track and field team competed against Saddleback College and Golden West on Friday and then made their way to the Pomona-Pitzer Invite on Saturday.
There were some notable performances by the Hornets this weekend starting with freshman Adrian Williams’ first place 51.44 time in the 400-meter run.
On the women’s side, Jasmine Williams posted the best result in the shot put with a distance of 9.10 meters.
The next track event comes on March 6 for the Cal State Los Angeles Invite.