November 7, 1985
Rancho Santiago College, the top-ranked community college water polo team in the state, defeated San Diego Mesa Wednesday, 18-10, in a nonconference match in San Diego.
May 18, 1986 |
San Diego Mesa College scored twice in the bottom of the ninth to defeat Orange Coast, 5-4, Saturday afternoon at Mesa College. The victory gives the Pacific Coast Conference champion Olympians (32-6) a one-game advantage in the best-of-three regional community college playoff series that concludes today. The first game is at 11 a.m. Sophomore Bill McCafferty singled to open the ninth and his pinch-runner, Mike Adams, scored the tying run on a throwing error by losing pitcher Sam August (10-3).
September 18, 1986 |
The surprise of the week in the Mission Conference was San Diego Mesa's 21-21 tie with Cerritos. Cerritos was picked second in the South Coast Conference, and the Olympians were picked ninth in the Mission Conference. Only San Diego City was picked lower. The Mission Conference has a new look this season with the return of Grossmont, which left in 1974.
December 11, 1999
Karyn Fierst scored 27 points to lead host Orange Coast to an 86-72 victory over San Diego Mesa in women's basketball Friday. San Diego Mesa took a 10-2 lead, but the Pirates rallied to take a 52-33 halftime lead. Fierst had 22 points in the first half for Orange Coast (10-1). Melissa Lewis had eight points and 10 rebounds for the Pirates. San Diego Mesa (6-4) was led by Elizabeth Quintard, who had 17 points.
April 13, 1996 |
The first time Orange Coast and San Diego Mesa met in a volleyball match this season, the Pirates had yet to establish a set lineup. San Diego Mesa took advantage of OCC's experimental phase and won in five games. Since, Orange Coast has made a few changes and become one of the top teams in the state. The Pirates pounded the point home Friday with a three-game sweep of San Diego Mesa in an Orange Empire Conference match Friday at OCC.
January 4, 1985
Gibran Bowden scored 12 of her game-high 25 points during a late second-half run to lead Santa Monica City College past San Diego Mesa, 77-71, in the semifinals of the Seventh Annual Mesa JC women's basketball tournament at Mesa College Thursday night. The Corsairs, ranked ninth in the state, trailed, 55-54, in the second half before Bowden took control and led them on a 16-4 run for a 70-59 lead. Valerie Vermeer added 20 points for Santa Monica.