Members of the community are invited to attend a celebratory dinner where individuals and teams from the regional area will be recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments.
Admission is free to all home games.
Cerro Coso Community College baseball field, known as "The Dawg Yard," is part of the Raymond A. McCue Athletic Complex. With its birth in 1992, the Dawg Yard has been nurtured and cultivated into a top-notch ball field.
The Raymond McCue Physical Education Complex is the home playing ground for the Women's Basketball team.
Cerro Coso Community College is part of the Foothill Conference. The Foothill Conference was formed in 1988 but can trace it's roots to 1981 when the football-only Foothill Conference was formed. The Foothill Conference is an offshoot of the Southern California Conference, which is made up of many Los Angeles area community colleges.
Admissions for Student Athletes
All student athletes must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center .