Women’s soccer standout Serina Vargas and state champion wrestler Kahlil Tucker have been named Rio Hondo College Female and Male Athletes of the Year after impressive seasons for the Roadrunners this past fall season. The sophomore duo leads a list of nine outstanding Rio Hondo student-athletes for the 2019-20 season.
Despite not having played a game since late November, the honors continue to come in for the Rio Hondo College women’s soccer team. On Monday, Roadrunner head coach Jennifer Tanaka-Hoshijo was named the South Coast Conference Fall Women’s Coach of the Year by conference athletic directors.
It was another impressive season for the nationally-ranked Rio Hondo College women’s soccer program under the direction of head coach Jennifer Tanaka-Hoshijo. On Feb. 29, the team celebrated its many successes on and off the field at its annual awards banquet that was attended by over 120 individuals.
Members of Rio Hondo College’s South Coast Conference women’s soccer championship squad were rewarded after an impressive 8-0 run as the Roadrunners totaled 11 all-conference awards at the postseason coaches meeting.
A promising 2019 Rio Hondo College women’s soccer season came to a crushing end on Saturday as the No. 2 seeded Roadrunners suffered a 2-1 loss to No. 15 Saddleback College in a first-round game of the Southern California Regional Playoffs.
The run to a state championship officially begins for the Rio Hondo College women’s soccer team. On Tuesday, the No. 10 nationally-ranked Roadrunners were named the No. 2 seed for the 2019 Southern California Regional Playoffs.
The No. 13 nationally-ranked Rio Hondo College women’s soccer team surged to its fourth straight win, this time handing visiting Cerritos College a 3-0 shutout loss in a South Coast Conference game on Friday.
An impressive streak continues to grow for the Rio Hondo College women’s soccer team. More important than wins on the field, head coach Jennifer Tanaka-Hoshijo and her squad also produce victories off the field and in the classroom. Earlier this month, Rio Hondo was awarded the program's seventh consecutive Academic Team Award from United Soccer Coaches.
Serina Vargas (pictured) and Vivian Viramontes both scored three goals each to help lead the No. 15 national-ranked Rio Hondo College women’s soccer team to a huge 9-1 rout at Pasadena City College on Tuesday.
Rio Hondo College sophomore Vivian Viramontes scored a goal and added an assist to help lead the Roadrunners to a 2-1 non-conference win over No. 7 nationally-ranked Chaffey College on Tuesday in Rancho Cucamonga.
Rio Hondo College freshman goalkeeper Anaguisel Ramos made eight saves while sophomore Serina Vargas scored twice to help lead the Roadrunners to a convincing 4-0 victory against visiting Fullerton College on Friday in Whittier.
The Rio Hondo College women’s soccer team put up its third consecutive shutout on Tuesday in a non-conference game at Ventura College. Unfortunately, the Roadrunners also couldn’t find the back of the net and had to settle for a 0-0 tie at the VC Sports-Plex.
Sophomore Zitlali Jimenez’ goal late in the first half would prove to be all the offense Rio Hondo College would need to defeat Clovis Community College by a final score of 1-0 on Friday to close out the New Balance Community College Classic at Ventura College.
The 2019 Rio Hondo College women’s soccer season began on Thursday with the Roadrunners earning a 1-1 draw against Hartnell College in the first day of action at the New Balance Community College Showcase at Ventura College.