February 22, 2008
TODAY BOYS? BASKETBALL ?West Valley vs. Renaissance Academy in CIF Southern Section Division III-A semifinal game at Blair High, 7:30 p.m. ? COLLEGE SOFTBALL ?Glendale Community College at San Diego Mesa College, 3 p.m. ? WOMEN?S TENNIS ?Glendale Community College in San Diego Mesa College Tournament, TBA ? COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD ?Glendale Community College in Cerritos Invitational at Cerritos College, TBA ?
December 19, 2006
BOYS' BASKETBALL Glendale 66, Hacienda Heights Wilson 42: David Mansuryan finished with 15 points Monday to spark the Nitros (3-2) in a pool-play game of the 16th annual La Cañada Holiday Classic. Haig Darakjian had 14 points for the Nitros, who got 12 from Hamlet Hovhanesian. Glendale will meet La Cañada in another tournament pool-play game at 7:30 p.m. today. Oak Park 70, St. Francis 57: Braden Shaw had a team-high 26 points for the Golden Knights (2-4)
July 2, 2001
Alecia Foster NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Glendale Community College has received more than $600,000 in grants from the National Science Foundation and the Research Foundation of City University of New York. The money will fund three projects, the biggest portion of which -- $540,725 from the National Science Foundation over three years -- will be used to develop a curriculum and train rapid prototyping technicians. Rapid prototyping allows products to go from the design process on a computer to actual production within 12 to 18 weeks, said Ken Patton, the college's dean of workforce and economic development.
January 26, 2005
Charles Rich With improvements underway to several sports facilities at Glendale Community College, maybe there's a spare acre or two on campus to house the United Nations Headquarters. GCC women's tennis Coach Terry Coblentz wouldn't object to transporting the 39-floor building from New York to Glendale. There's good reason because six members of this year's GCC squad hail from different countries. The Vaqueros will look to capitalize with their international talent when they begin their season at 2 p.m. Feb. 8 with a nonconference home match against San Diego City College.
November 4, 2003
Erik Boal During his 25-year tenure as Glendale Community College men's basketball coach, Brian Beauchemin has endured only a handful of losing seasons. Unfortunately for Beauchemin, the 2001-02 and 2002-03 campaigns were two of those rare sub-.500 campaigns, as the Vaqueros followed up a 15-16 season by going 12-20 -- 4-8 in the Western State Conference Southern Division -- and falling to San Bernardino Valley, 97-88, in the opening round of the Southern California Regional playoffs.
November 25, 2004
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan Glendale Community College men's basketball Coach Brian Beauchemin knew what San Diego City College's weakness was. Beauchemin scouted the Knights, and told his team that San Diego City started each half slowly. The Knights played to form, as GCC used a big scoring run early in the first half and produced another scoring spurt in the second to run away with a 76-44 nonconference win Wednesday at home. -- BOX SCORE -- -- San Diego City 17 27 -- 44 GCC 34 42 -- 76 -- -- San Diego City Jackson 8 and 7 rebounds, Tutler 8 and 3 steals, Arnold 6, Hudson 6, Palmer 5, Conway-O'Neill 4, Knighton 3, Littleton 2 and 4 assists, Pena 2. Three-pointers: Arnold 2, Knighton.
December 8, 2009
GIRLS’ SOCCER San Marino 3, Glendale 2 : The Nitros fell in their season opener in a nonleague contest on Monday afternoon at Glendale High. Meghan Spener and Rachel Chow had goals for the Nitros. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Buckley 49, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 47 : Ivy Fitzgerald led the Tologs with 12 points, but it wasn’t quite enough, as Sacred Heart dropped to 2-1 on Monday with a nonleague loss at home. Stephanie Ramsden added seven points and Vanessa Romero had six. Crescenta Valley 45, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 43 : Cassie Pappas scored 23 points and Shayna Svihovec made a game-winning jump shot with 14 seconds left to lead the Falcons (4-0)