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  1. Coach sees potential in young BC women's golf team

    BY ESTEBAN RAMIREZ Special to The Californian
    Tuesday, Sep 02 2014 08:18 PM

    Despite having a young team with no returners, first-year Bakersfield College women's golf coach Brittney Goehring says she is confident about the talent and the promise of this year's team.

    "This team has a lot of potential for its future," said Goehring. "After playing our first tournament, I see where we are headed and can set the bar. Each player brings something to the table, so it makes this team great. Already since the season has started I have seen a lot of improvement around the green and learning how to use power in their swings."

    With a score of 826, BC placed last among 11 teams in its season-opening Desert Classic over the weekend at Palm Springs. College of the Desert (598) on the event. Lindsey Maribel led BC with a 79...

  2. Young BC volleyball team faces learning curve

    After a quick playoff exit last season and the loss of most of its players from last year, the Bakersfield College volleyball team is young but the expectations are still high to make another postseason run. "We started off (this season)...

  3. Local report: CSUB splits volleyball doubleheader at Sam Houston St.

    HUNTSVILLE, Texas -- Cal State Bakersfield's volleyball team split two matches Saturday to conclude its season-opening tournament at Sam Houston State. The Roadrunners (2-1) scored their second straight 3-0 victory Saturday morning,...

  4. BC coach has high hopes for cross country teams

    Bakersfield College cross country coach David Frickel has high expectations for both the men's and women's teams this year. These expectations are especially high for the women's team, which has returners in Jessica Campbell, who made...

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    Chudy weighs in with early letter grades for BC football

    Bakersfield College athletics had its inaugural Renegade Rundown webcast Thursday. The studio show can be seen each Thursday at 11 a.m. on Bakersfield.com. Host Greg Kerr, sports director at KBAK Channel 29, interviewed BC President...

  6. Ex-BC player Hobdy shot, killed in Ark.

    Former Bakersfield College football player Brandon Hobdy was shot and killed along with another man early Sunday morning near Magnolia, Ark., according to authorities. Hobdy, a 23-year-old from Garland, Texas, entering his senior season at...

  7. BC's starting QB spot still open, Chudy says

    If the Bakersfield College football team's first scrimmage taught coach Jeff Chudy anything, it's that 14 days is not a lot of time. "Sept. 6 is going to come really fast," Chudy said Sunday, a day after the Renegades had their first...

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    Plenty of competition at first official BC practice

    The countdown has officially begun for Bakersfield College's football opener. Twenty-one. That's the number of practices the Renegades have remaining before the Sept. 6 season opener at Riverside. The first official practice was held...

  9. Local report: Morel called up by Pirates from Triple-A

    Former Centennial High baseball standout Brent Morel was called up by the Pittsburgh Pirates Wednesday, replacing outfielder Starling Marte, who was placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list. Morel was batting .246 with three home...

  10. New coaches named at Bakersfield College

    Christie Hill and Brett Clark had standout collegiate athletic careers in Bakersfield. Now they'll tackle head coaching jobs at Bakersfield College. Hill and Clark are among several new coaches who have been hired by BC this summer. Hill, a...

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    College notebook: Tyler Painton signs with A's

    Former Centennial High and Bakersfield College baseball standout Tyler Painton signed a professional contract with the Oakland Athletics as a non-drafted free agent. Painton, a left-handed pitcher, made his professional debut on July 8...

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    Bill Finch, BC's first All-American, dies at 88

    Bill Finch, the first All-American in Bakersfield College history, died June 5 at the age of 88. Finch is survived by his wife of 62 years, Gwendolyn; three adult children: daughter Teddi Loader, son Mike Finch and daughter Terri...

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    BC, TBC Media team up on sports, football coverage

    Bakersfield College and TBC Media, representing The Bakersfield Californian and its affiliated publications and digital products, will partner to bring Renegade football games in video to bakersfield.com for the 2014 season. For the first...

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