Oakland, CA Sports

Roddy Ranch Golf Course: Restoring Habitat and Public Access

The former Roddy Ranch Golf Course was 230-acre located off Deer Valley Road in Antioch, CA. The former golf course was purchased by East Bay Regional Park District from Donna and Jack Roddy in partnership with the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy. The former golf course property will be...
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San Mateo Daily Journal

Riverside tops California Community College football rankings

Riverside City College is back atop the JC Athletic Bureau poll this week following a vote of California Community College football coaches. The defending (2019) state champion Tigers defeated formerly 12th ranked Saddleback College, 33-6, and gained eight first-place coaches votes this week, totaling 337 points, and now have a 15-game winning streak (including a season opening forfeit).
Sacramento Bee

Gator Chomp: Ledecky heads to Florida to work with Nesty

Katie Ledecky will be learning a new stroke. Ledecky announced Wednesday that she is moving to the University of Florida to be closer to home and train under Anthony Nesty, a rising star coach who will oversee her preparations for the 2024 Paris Olympics. Ledecky, a seven-time Olympic gold medalist,...
San Mateo Daily Journal

San Mateo local high school sports roundup • Wednesday, Sept. 22

The Bears did not drop a set and only the No. 1 doubles team of Fanny Lukas and Callista Mille lost more than three games in the win over the Dons. Lukas and Mille needed a first-set tiebreak before winning in straight sets. Lila Motamedi (No. 3 singles) and Emma Williams (No. 4 singles) won their matches at love. The No. 2 doubles team of Sienna Aylaian and Meena Alui, along with the No. 3 doubles duo of Christine Herbst and Johanna Gullikson each lost only one game.
Mercury News

Golf: Local fundraisers and golf tournaments from around Bay Area Golf Courses

Drive Fore Mental Health: Sept. 24 at Coyote Creek Golf Club in Morgan Hill. Four-person scramble with a shotgun start at noon. $250 per golfer, includes: green fees, cart, box lunch, contest prizes, donation drawings, silent auction, and dinner. Dinner by the Green only tickets available for $75 each, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Hole sponsorships available. Event put on by Valle Monte League, a non-profit women’s organization dedicated to raising funds to provide better mental healthy in the community through mental health agencies. Visit to register, and for additional information or questions, contact Laurie Woodward at
San Mateo Daily Journal

Woodside girls' tennis surprising the Peninsula Athletic League

When Tom Sorenson, head coach of the Menlo-Atherton girls’ tennis team, was asked before the start of the Peninsula Athletic League season which were some teams to watch out for, he rattled off the usual suspects: Aragon, Burlingame and Carlmont. But he then added: keep an eye on Woodside. In...
Stanford Daily

Women’s volleyball to begin Pac-12 play against California

No. 14 Stanford women’s volleyball (5-3, 0-0 Pac-12) will begin Pac-12 play Wednesday against California (7-4, 0-0 Pac-12) at 7 p.m. PT at home. The Cardinal have played a difficult non-conference schedule, with matches against six ranked opponents in the past four weeks. This includes an upset over No. 5 Florida (6-4, 0-0 SEC) and a commanding 3-1 victory over No. 6 Nebraska (6-3, 0-0 Big 10), both at home. Most recently, Stanford fought a back-and-forth battle against No. 8 Kentucky (7-3, 0-0 SEC), ultimately dropping the game in a 2-3 loss.
Marin Independent Journal

Sports briefs: Terra Linda golf edges Novato at McInnis

Novato’s Kiana Briggs shot an even-par 31 to take medalist honors but the Terra Linda High girls golf team emerged with a 158-160 victory at McInnis Park on Tuesday. Two Trojans — Zohie Betts and Piper Egan — posted career-best rounds with 36s. Sophia Raymond (46) and Lola Spendov (49)...

Meet the Gaels Dinner Announced

MORAGA, Calif. - Saint Mary's Women's Basketball and Head Coach Paul Thomas announced the 4th Annual Meet the Gaels dinner will be held Sunday, October 24th. The event will be held in the Soda Center Plaza starting at 4PM. Registration is now open, available here. "Words cannot express how excited...

Palo Alto takes care of Homestead in girls tennis

No. 4 singles Jessica Bae had a relatively easy time of it, winning her match 6-3, 6-3 and No. 3 doubles Malika Bowers and Elise Garcia also won in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4. Palo Alto's next scheduled league match is at Cupertino next Tuesday. Gunn also won at home, beating...

Cal Unveils 2021-22 Men’s Swimming & Diving Schedule

BERKELEY – The California men’s swimming & diving team has announced its 2021-22 schedule, featuring four regular-season home competitions and a trip to Minneapolis for the mid-season Minnesota Invite on Dec. 1-4. The action starts this Friday, Sept. 24, when the Golden Bears dive into the annual King of the Pool meet against Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, California. Three weeks later, Cal will host Virginia – which finished ninth at the 2021 NCAA Championships – in a non-conference dual meet at Spieker Aquatics Complex in Berkeley. A split-squad weekend on Oct. 22-24 will see the Bears travel to Salt Lake City for their first Pac-12 dual meet of the season vs. Utah (Oct. 22) and to Stockton for the Pacific Invite (Oct. 23-24).

SF Giants News: Orange October is almost here!

The San Francisco Giants won last night, the weather is starting to cool off, the leaves are starting to change, and there's a bit of crispness in the morning air these days that means that fall is here. September is almost over, and then comes one of my favorite months. October.

Men's Soccer Closes Out Non-Conference Slate at UC Davis

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Set for their final non-conference match of the regular season, the University of San Francisco men's soccer team (1-5) will travel to UC Davis (2-5) for a midweek matchup against the Aggies on Wednesday evening. GAME 7 INFORMATION:. Date/Time: Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021 – 7:00 p.m.