Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Athletics Department is pleased to announce that it will once again be fielding a men’s swim team beginning in the Spring of 2018. The Owls last fielded a men’s swim team back in 2010. Head Women’s Swim Coach Jennifer Spalding will also helm the men’s program.
Santa Maria, CA - The Citrus College Women’s Swim program closed out their 2017 campaign with strong fifth place showing at the 2017 Western State Conference Swim and Dive Championships. It’s matches the highest finish for Citrus College since the 2007 season.
Riverside, CA - The Citrus College Women’s Swim team continued its strong 2017 campaign over the weekend at the Riverside City College Invitational. Against some of the best programs in the area, the Owls finished a respectable fourth out of the seven competing teams, falling just 13 points shy of overtaking third place Palomar College.
Santa Monica, CA - The Citrus College Women’s Swim team took on College of the Canyons, Los Angeles Pierce College, host Santa Monica College, and Los Angeles Valley College on Friday afternoon, and for the first time in recent memory came home with the #1 spot. The Owls had a number of top performances, and outpointed their conference foes for the win on the afternoon.
Woodland Hills, CA - The Citrus College Women’s Swim team continued it’s 2017 campaign on Friday afternoon when it participated in the WSC #2 Event hosted by Los Angeles Pierce College that included the Owls, the host Brahmas, and Allan Hancock, Bakersfield, Santa Barbara City, and Ventura Colleges. The Owls finished a respectable third on the afternoon, besting the Bulldogs and Brahmas, but falling just shy of Vaqueros and Pirates.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA - The Citrus College Women’s Swim team had an outstanding weekend at the 2017 Chaffey Invitational. The Owls had numerous Top 10 finishes and finished in 5th place out of the 10 competing teams.
Ventura, CA - Freshman Victoria Pena helped pace the Owls at their first conference quad meet of the season last weekend. Pena had a pair of Top 2 finishes and was a member of the 200 Free Relay team that finished in first place.
Walnut, CA - Freshman Megan Card was the top performer for the Citrus College Women’s Swim team over the past weekend at the annual Mt. San Antonio College Swim and Dive Invitational. The freshman had three Top 20 performances.
Ventura, CA – The Citrus College Women’s Swim team kicked off their 2017 season over the weekend when they participated in the annual WSC Pentathlon. Freshman Hunter Olivier and sophomore Marisa Kasnetsis paced the Owls at the event, which has all individuals swim 100 yards each of the fly, back, breast, free, and individual medley.
Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Athletics Department is pleased to announce that Jennifer Spalding has been hired on as a full-time faculty member of the Citrus College Kinesiology Department and as the Head Women’s Water Polo and Swim Coach.
San Luis Obispo, CA – The Citrus College Women’s Swim team closed out their 2016 season on the third day of the 2016 Western State Conference Championships over the weekend. The Owls finished out the weekend long championships, tallying 175 points.
San Luis Obispo, CA - The Citrus College Women’s Swim team continued their participation in the 2016 Western State Conference Championships on Friday evening for the second day of competition. The Owls had their strongest showing to date, picking up points in all eight events held on the day.
San Luis Obispo, CA - The Citrus College Swim team finished up the first day of competition at the 2016 Western State Conference Championships. Freshman Marissa Kasnetsis highlighted the day's events bringing home the top individual place and time in an individual event.
Pasadena, CA - The 16th Annual Pasadena City College Invitational signaled the end of the regular swim season over the weekend. The Owls’ season rolled on over at the Lancers pool as they wrapped up their final preparations for the Western State Conference Championships in two weeks.