It didn’t take Steve Holm long to make an impact as a head coach at the Division 1 level. After successful stints as an assistant coach at Sac State and Purdue University, the former Beaver player lead the Illinois State Redbirds to their first ever regional final and a 36-26 record in his first year.
Despite the rainy and windy conditions, the American River College Women’s Track and Field squad battled through to an impressive seventh place team finish, in the 2019 California Community College State Meet Championships.
ARC’s Haven Lambrite was named the California Community College Track Athlete of the Meet, after scoring a whopping 30 points... In addition to their team’s significant performance, they also had 7 individual All Nor. Cal. Titles (top 4 in each contested event).
It was another amazing year for the Beavers, culminating with one of the most exciting Ojai runs in ARC men’s tennis history. It was the seventh consecutive season the Beavers have reached at least the state semifinal and it will go down as yet another successful campaign for ARC men’s tennis.
As a 6-foot-4 defensive lineman out of Foothill High School graduating in 2018, Pesefea initially earned Division I scholarship offers from nearby California State University, Sacramento and University of California, Davis. He took recruiting trips to both colleges, then decided to enroll at ARC instead.
As the semester comes to a close at American River College, many student athletes and their teams are looking back on the past season and toward the future. With the summer semester being all that stands in the way before football starting up, head football coach Jon Osterhout says he is hopeful for the future.
American River College went on the road for the final time in 2019 and picked up a win against Cosumnes River College on Thursday. For the 2nd straight game the Beavers rapped out 15 hits, including an inside-the-park home run from Ian McIsaac (Davis) to down the Hawks 10-6.
Coming off of a close 4-2 loss on Saturday at Modesto the American River College baseball team once again played a close game but came up short to Cosumnes River College 7-5 at Beaver Field on Tuesday.
The Beavers traveled to Foothill College to take on the Foothill College Owls for the NorCal community college championship on Saturday, April 20th. It is the fifth time in seven seasons that these two teams have matched up for the NorCal title.
The wind played havoc with the Beavers defense on Thursday as they misplayed four fly balls leading to multiple runs allowed on the day as the Beavers fell 10-1 to top-ranked Delta College in Stockton on Thursday.
The American River College baseball game scheduled for Thursday against Diablo Valley College has been moved up to Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. to try and beat the incoming storm scheduled to arrive on Thursday.
Freshman 2B Dillen Farrell (Antelope, pictured) had the best day of his college career on Friday at Santa Rosa as he hit a two-run homer-the first of his career- and he had an RBI single driving in all three of the A.R.C. runs but the Beavers still fell to the Bear Cubs 4-3.