Articles by Kate Liming

I talk, watch, read, eat, sleep, and breath sports. I am obsessed and in love anything related with sports and I want to be a professional sports journalist and broadcaster.


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Women’s water polo sweeps tournament at home

On October 13, 2017, The women’s water polo team beat Cerritos College 8-5. It was their second game of the 2017 Citrus Tournament. They also beat Allan Hancock 12-5 earlier in the day. The Owls scored three goals in the first quarter with goals from freshman Emma Tuck and sophomore Hunter Oliver to take a…

Volleyball is ready to start conference play

The Citrus College volleyball team finished their non-conference schedule on Oct. 6 with a 13-9 record. The Owls lost to Santa Barbara 3-1 in the Western State Conference Crossover Tournament. Sophomore outside hitter Leah Price earned honors for Western State Conference Female Athlete of the Week on Oct. 4. Price has racked up 280 kills,…

Men’s water polo continues to dominate

After ending their 15-game winning streak on Sept. 29, the Citrus College men’s water polo team has stacked up significant numbers with 403 goals, averaging 13.9 points per game, 55 blocks and 283 steals. Sophomore utility player Jonathan Wong, who earned honors for Western State Conference Male Athlete of the Week on Sept. 26, has…

Cross country gets the home field advantage

For the first time in over a decade, the Citrus College cross country team hosted the Western State Conference Preview on Sept. 29 at Bonelli Park in San Dimas. The cross country team was surprised when they discovered they would be hosting the WSC Preview, but Citrus head coach Alicia Longyear said they were up…

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Optimistic Ponciano prepares team for season

With the words “Men succeed when they realize that their failures are the preparation for their victories” on the wall in head football coach Ron Ponciano’s office, there is a great sense of pride as the Citrus football team prepares for the upcoming season. The Owls will look to improve from last season’s 4-6 record,…

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Andrew Wheeler impacts Citrus Athletics for eleventh year

Announcing, keeping statistics, updating records, rosters, schedules, and more, Andrew Wheeler always has work to do for the 15 (soon to be 16 next spring with men’s swimming) sports at Citrus. Citrus College Athletics has grown tremendously in the last 11 years since Wheeler stepped foot on campus as the Citrus College Athletic Department’s Sports…

Nua dominates regular season

Citrus sophomore outfielder Jade Nua was awarded the Female Athlete of the Month for February, the California Community College Athletic Association announced on April 6. Nua posted a batting average of .655, racked up a total of 27 RBIs, and led the state with eight home runs in February. Towards the end of the month,…

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Owls rout L.A. Valley in home finale

In the final home game of the regular season, the Citrus College softball team defeated Los Angeles Valley College 16-0 on April 20. The Owls came in with a 23-12 record, 12-3 in conference, while the Monarchs visited the Nest with a 0-28 record, 0-13 in conference. The Monarchs had a difficult time against the…