Cerro Coso has announced that it will be reinstating Women’s Softball thanks to a donation of $60,000 by Mather Brothers Inc.
Cerro Coso officially has a new leader of its athletic programs. Kris Dickson will now be in charge of the Cerro Coso Coyotes.
Last Home Game & Sophomore Day, Friday. Don’t miss this last opportunity to show our Lady Coyotes Soccer Team our support this season.
Looking for something to do this summer? Cerro Coso is offering a Coyotes Co-ed Soccer Camp for Second Grade to age 16 June 16-20, 2014.
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.
The scheduled baseball games on 2/28 and 3/1 are cancelled due to inclement weather.
The Coyotes head to Barstow to the Vikings (6-7) in a one-game stand on 2/25 at 2:00pm.
Heading into the top of the 6th inning, the Coyotes were in control of the SBVC Wolverines.
It was a long holiday weekend for the country, but it was even longer for the Coyote Baseball team, as they were swept in 3 games against LA Valley on Friday and Saturday.
Cerro Coso will travel to the San Fernando Valley to take on LA Valley College (1-2) for a three game series starting Friday afternoon.
On the field that Jackie Robinson built, Cerro Coso dropped two consecutive games to the Pasadena.
Against Cerritos two costly first-inning errors led to three runs, and put the Coyotes behind for good as they fell 9-3 on the road.
The early season for the Coyotes was full of opportunity.
Only 26 schools in all division of collegiate soccer were recognized with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's Ethics Gold Award, and Cerro Coso Community College was one of them.
Year two of Women's Volleyball at Cerro Coso Community College wrapped up in November with awards for the Lady Coyotes top performers.