Aquatics

Ruff waters: Unlikely mascot cheers on aquatics

The swim team has an unlikely new mascot on the pool deck, a service dog named Bayern who has an energetic personality and an uplifting journey. Bayern is a golden retriever who has positively influenced a team and changed his owner’s life in more ways than one. Gregory Ellender, Bayern’s owner, is a veteran who…

Swim team training intensifies prior to championships

The swim team is wrapping up their season with two weeks left before championships and head coach Jennifer Spalding started their taper during practices. “We have already cut down the yardage in practice,” Spalding said. “The girls will wear leggings in the pool for drag and I told the girls we will have a competition…

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Swim team makes a splash into new season

With a new season underway, the Citrus College women’s swim team is adjusting to a new head coach and several new players. Since Jennifer Spalding accepted the head coaching job in May 2016, the team has shown improvement. Spalding also serves as head coach of the women’s water polo team. In her first season at…

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Brothers in and out of the pool

Some brothers don’t always have to share the same DNA but sometimes a passion for a particular sport can create bonds. Citrus College water polo players Mark Cordts, 19, biology major, and RJ Renteria, 19, business major, prove just that. Of course, some teammates share special bonds. Cordts and Renteria share a different story, their…

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Double Win for the Men’s Water Polo Team

The Citrus College Men’s Water Polo team dominated the second day of the 2015 Citrus College Tournament by winning both of their games. They played against Ventura College in the late morning and won with a score of 16-6. From the first period, it was obvious that the Owls were on their way to a…

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2015 SWIM SEASON REVIEW

After a hard working season, the Citrus swim team placed fifth place out of 10 teams in the Western State Conference Championship at the end of April. “It is one of the more competitive conferences in the state so to finish fifth in our conference I thought was a tremendous accomplishment,” said Coach Silva “…It…

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Owls place second at home meet

Members of the Citrus College swim team support each other throughout each meet. The Owls went 3-1 on the day which was good enough for second place. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion) Citrus College played host to four other community colleges in the second Western State Conference meet of the season. The team defeated three of the four…